Michael Dell

Companies will struggle with public cloud first-or-only strategy, says Michael Dell
While analysts agree that public cloud first-or-only strategy is not the best answer for IT, they remained optimistic and confident on public cloud's future.
Dell Technologies unveils venture arm, sets to invest US$100 mil a year on startups
After a few years of operating under stealth mode, Dell Technologies Capital, the venture arm of Dell Technologies, is officially unveiled.
Dell, EMC merger forms world’s largest privately-controlled tech company
Dell Technologies completes the acquisition of EMC Corporation, creating a unique family of businesses that provides the essential infrastructure for organisations to build their digital future, transform IT and protect their most important asset, information.
Analysis: Making sense of the Dell-EMC mega-merger
On Oct 12, Dell Inc made a whopping US$67 takeover bid for EMC Corp. Since then there has been a myriad of stories out. Edwin Yapp tries to make sense of it all.
What’s Next – DNA’s inaugural conference is here
Focus on business impact of disruptive technology on large companies Targeted at executives responsible for corporate strategy, innovation
Dell out to fill the gaps in changing competitive landscape
It has been 20 months since Michael Dell bought back the company from the stock market, and turned it into a private firm. For Harjeet Singh Rekhi, general manager for Client Solutions in Dell South Asia, that seems to be the best thing that has happened to the company.
Dell celebrates 20th anniversary of its PowerEdge servers
Dell recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of its PowerEdge servers, saying that in 1995, only 5% of its revenue came from server sales, and it had just 3% market share, ranking seventh in server unit shipments.
Gabey: My Fave 5 of 2014
Two completely different stories to geek out on Two that appealed to the newshound, and one with an icon
Week in Review: DNA’s exclusive with Mr Dell himself
DNA founder Karamjit Singh’s thoughts are all over the place in his Week in Review column. But do you agree that he should not offer critiques and feedback in public anymore?
Dell's journey beyond the PC
Michael Dell confident his company has momentum and will regain ‘significant’ market share Technologists got most of their predictions wrong, but it’s users who will lead innovation
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