The PC giant is working to diversify into software and services.
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The partnership plays into Dell's larger open networking initiative, which steps away from the traditional networking switch model.
The service is part of SecureWorks' Advanced Threat Services portfolio - a suite of Internet security services designed to combat advanced threat actors and the risks they pose.
Dell's enterprise arm is making leaps and bounds this week with a host of new upgrades intended to boost cloud and datacenter performance.
The company claims its new notebooks, due in May, offer features their ruggedized competition currently lack.
Melbourne Airport has deployed 30 Dell Latitude tablets as part of its vision to create an efficient mobile work environment.
Guy who founded the "mail-order" PC business took the company private because investors wouldn't let him "be bold and take risks", and the reasons Dell went public in the first place no longer mattered.
A new infrastructure, which was donated by EMC, has helped the NSW Centre for Volunteering increase the speed of its operations, as well as establish the foundation for a number of new initiatives.
Microsoft and Dell have renewed their patent cross-licensing agreement, with Dell agreeing to pay Microsoft royalties for Dell's products running Android and Chrome OS.
StatSoft's flagship software is Statistica Enterprise, which filters and analyzes data from multiple repositories.
Asia-Pacific will get the first taste of Dell's new mid-tier storage offering, the SC4000 range, in May, before it becomes available globally later this year.
After talking about thin clients for years in developed markets, growth is appears to be taking off in Asia Pacific and EMEA, according to IDC.
Chromebooks are perfect for students of all ages. They're lightweight, sturdy, inexpensive, secure, and fun. What's not to love?
The laptop will feature Intel Haswell processors and start at $1,199 when it launches in the spring.
According to the latest Dell global security survey, the average Australian business loses AU$593,108 each year to online security breaches.