Day Three of Dell at Gitex 2009: IT in Education

Dell hosted its first roundtable with higher education customers in the Middle East today at Gitex Technology Week in Dubai.  Josh Claman, vice president and general manager of Dell’s EMEA Public business, and Mathew Boice, general manager of SunGuard, took time out to discuss the key education trends … READ MORE

Bruce Eric October 22nd, 2009

Day Two of Dell at Gitex 2009: The Efficient Enterprise

Stephen Murdoch, Dell’s VP and GM of Large Enterprise in EMEA, opened Gitex this week with an address on the Efficient Enterprise, highlighting how IT can give organizations a competitive advantage.  Key technologies such as virtualization, storage optimization and ITaaS can help CIOs cut overall data center costs. … READ MORE

Bruce Eric October 21st, 2009

GITEX Kicks Off This Week

The Dell Middle East team kicked off Gitex, the world’s third-largest IT trade show, this week in Dubai with a bang, demonstrating its continued confidence in the U.A.E., the wider Gulf region and the Middle East. Check out what Dell and our partners are doing at the show. … READ MORE

Bruce Eric October 20th, 2009

Where’s Waldo? No, Where’s Barton George!

Much like the game my kids have always loved, Where's Waldo, on a daily basis we get the pleasure of trying to keep track of our newest colleague, Barton George, Dell's cloud evangelist. He spent some time at OpenSource World/CloudWorld/Next Generation Data Center, which previously went by a … READ MORE

Bruce Eric October 14th, 2009

The Impact of Customers on Dell’s OEM Business and Appliances

In this interview, Dell’s Franklin Flint describes how a customer works with Dell’s OEM group, even influencing the design of Dell-branded products for use in their hardware appliances. Using the Google Search Appliance as an example, Franklin describes how the PowerEdge R710 server includes more network interface cards … READ MORE

Bruce Eric August 31st, 2009

CxO Insights — Why You Need to Understand Twitter

You can't open a newspaper or IT publication these days without reading headlines related to the phenomenal growth of micro-blogging service Twitter. But isn't Twitter more of a tool for people to let their friends know what they had for lunch or some other arcane piece of information? … READ MORE

Bruce Eric August 3rd, 2009
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