Dell Takes No. 1 Spot in TBR Customer Satisfaction Survey for Servers

Earlier this week, TBR (Technology Business Research) released its most recent Q4 Customer Satisfaction Survey for servers and Dell moved into sole leadership position, unseating HP and widening it’s lead over IBM (see chart at right). The results reflect improving, and positive, customer perceptions of Dell’s server and … READ MORE

Bruce Eric February 20th, 2009

An Alternative POV on IBM’s "Cloud" Announcement

The post below comes to us from Kirstan Ryan, Enterprise Communications Specialist. There is a lot of hype surrounding “cloud computing.” Unfortunately, most vendors are using this hype to sell existing products under a fancy new cloud moniker. Take the announcement by IBM yesterday. When I read it, … READ MORE

Bruce Eric February 10th, 2009

Virtualization at Dell IT Executive Summit

Virtualization is all the rage these days in IT circles and for good reason. IT departments at companies of all sizes are required to do more with less resources. Power and cooling issues are forcing companies to reconsider the building of new data centers. Then there’s that whole … READ MORE

Bruce Eric February 5th, 2009

Dell Talks Storage Technologies at IT Exec Summit

Nearly 200 CIOs and IT decision-makers (and Dell customers) arrived in Austin last night to participate in Dell’s IT Executive Summit conference that takes place here through Friday. This morning, Dell’s CIO Robin Johnson will open the sessions serving as master of ceremonies for the conference. There are … READ MORE

Bruce Eric February 5th, 2009

IT Executive Summit Takes Place This Week in Austin

Dell is hosting its fifth annual IT executive learning event this week in Austin for nearly 200 CIOs and IT decision-makers. This year’s event, the Dell IT Executive Summit, was created as an intimate IT-to-IT event, designed and presented “by" IT leaders, "for" IT leaders. As you’ll hear … READ MORE

Bruce Eric February 4th, 2009

Dell EqualLogic Garners Customer Praise

This should be no surprise to anyone: Dell is a customer-focused company. We have a large direct sales team and over 35,000 channel partners that are out in front of customers every day. We have briefing centers in which customers talk to us about their IT challenges and … READ MORE

Bruce Eric February 3rd, 2009

Social Innovation Program – Win $50,000!

While this post is not directly related to IT or IT-related issues, I know many of you have children that are in college or universities, which makes it VERY relevant. (My kids are busy with elementary school science projects but will ready for this in just a few … READ MORE

Bruce Eric February 2nd, 2009

Compute More and Consume Less in EMEA

This post comes to us from Emma Ferns of Dell’s EMEA Team: Are you being asked to do more with less now and in the New Year? Dell’s enterprise and services team recently held an Enterprise Technology and Services ‘Vision Day’ at Chelsea Football Club’s Stamford Bridge Stadium … READ MORE

Bruce Eric December 29th, 2008

Data Center Issues to Consider in 2009

The year 2008 is quickly coming to a close and there are many in the industry who are making predictions for 2009. While we’re not inclined to try to predict what’s going to happen next year, we do have some very smart people that have their eyes set … READ MORE

Bruce Eric December 16th, 2008

Flexible (flex) Computing for Dummies (Part 4 of 5)

This afternoon, Juan Vega gives us a white-board overview of Dell’s Virtual Remote Desktop (VRD) solution as part of the company’s Flexible Computing and client virtualization strategy. With many similarities to ODDS, VRD can be stretched across long distances for wide area network (WAN) environments, making it an … READ MORE

Bruce Eric December 10th, 2008

Flexible (flex) Computing for Dummies (3 of 5)

In this the third of a five-part vlog series on client virtualization or flexible computing, Juan Vega outlines for us the concept of On-Demand Desktop Streaming (ODDS), one of three flex computing solutions from Dell. ODDS isolates storage away from the client machine, giving your organization’s IT department … READ MORE

Bruce Eric December 10th, 2008
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