Tweaking Direct2Dell

If you’ve been following Dell’s social media story for a while, you’ve probably seen lots of positive articles written about us. And while there’s a lot to be proud of, there’s some things we don’t get right.

One of those things I think we can do better on is to streamline content on our external network of blogs. We’ve got to make content easier to find. Longer-term, this means that some of our existing blog content will be consolidated back into Direct2Dell. More on that front in the coming weeks.

Since I’ve always said Direct2Dell is a blog about Dell products, services and customers, product content seemed like a good place to start. All blog posts about new Dell products we’re introducing will appear here on Direct2Dell, regardless of the segment they come from. In other words, it doesn’t matter if it is a product meant for home users, small businesses or large enterprises. If it’s a noteworthy product, Direct2Dell will be a place where you can get the latest information on Dell what we’re up to.

We’ve already starting doing that with consumer products like the Mini 10, the Latitude 2100 netbook that’s built for the education market or the Fortuna server that developed by our Data Center Solutions team. So, if you want to see official word on Dell products that range from netbooks and mobile devices to servers and storage hardware, Direct2Dell is the place to check.

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About the Author: Lionel Menchaca