Commits to emerging markets with increased investment Expansion strategy to be on a market-by-market basis ONE key announcement that came out of Dell World, amidst the slew of new products and partnerships, is the company’s commitment to emerging markets.
Free from 90-day revenue reporting cycle, promises bolder moves and offerings Key partnerships, products and consolidated channel partner programme IT was the first conference hosted by a 'new,' privatised Dell.
Dell has announced a strategic partnership with Dropbox to help commercial customers meet the needs of today’s evolving workplace and employees’ expectations for easy anywhere, anytime access to data.
Dell has announced improvements to its channel partner programmes, including software-specific enhancements to its PartnerDirect programme through four new software competencies.
Pulsate Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Bob Chua has his ‘dream team’ in place to push forward his big data play.
Dell has announced new additions to its networking portfolio that it said would help customers accelerate transitions to high-performance converged, virtualised and private cloud environments.
Dell has announced new storage solutions and expanded analytics capabilities that it claimed were designed to help businesses improve their IT performance, support data insights and reduce overall costs.
Dell Inc has unveiled two ‘all-in-a-box’ solutions, one aimed at enterprises and the second aimed at small and medium businesses (SMBs) and branch offices, the latter even getting the ‘Phua Chu Kang’ stamp of approval.
Dell, Intel and Revolution Analytics have announced the creation of the Big Data Innovation Centre in Singapore, which they said would provide extensive training programmes, proof-of-concept capabilities and solution development support on big data and predictive analytic innovations for the Asian market.
There are just two points for storage professionals, CIOs and business executives to bear in mind: The accelerating growth of data to be stored, currently averaging 50% per year; and the limited storage budget increases for IT departments, currently averaging in the low single-digits, writes Dell's KT Ong.