Channels key to Asia play, 70% of commercial business here comes via partners Looking at IoT, especially as governments in Asia keen to explore the technology
PC business continues to grow, No 1 in storage, No 2 in x86 servers Confident enough to take a subtle swipe at HPs impending split
Dell has unveiled in Malaysia what it described as its most advanced and easy-to-manage portfolio of PowerEdge servers, designed to help customers address and optimise the evolving spectrum of application and workload requirements.
Dell Security’s Ang Chye Hin on how organisations can take steps to mitigate the security risks associated with privileged accounts and users.
IDC's preliminary results show that the Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) PC market increased 2% from last quarter and declined 10% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2014, to reach 24.3 million units.
To address mega trend challenges in 2014 and beyond, there needs to be greater simplicity in the solution stack, the physical infrastructure, and the tools used to monitor and manage operations, writes Sumir Bhatia of Dell.
Dell Inc believes that its latest storage solution is the answer to a previously untapped market in Malaysia – the mid-market segment.
Dell has announced plans to advance its open-networking initiative which it claimed redefines traditional networking switch models to help customers develop future-ready data centres.
Dell said that its PowerEdge VRTX all-in-one box designed specifically for office environments is seeing accelerated adoption by customers around the world, and announced enhancements to the line.
Dell has announced new networking solutions, as well as mid-tier storage arrays for the Asia Pacific region.