Dell EMC Drives New Levels of Cross-Portfolio Integration and Support for VMware Customers


Dell EMC Delivers New Levels of Data Protection Performance, Governance and IT Management for VMware Environments



Dell Introduces Two New Color Smart Printers and New OpenManage Printer Essential Solution


ROUND ROCK, Texas – Dell announced two new Color Smart printers—the S3840cdn and S3845cdn—designed to work with Dell’s new OpenManage Printer Essentials (OMPE) technology for fast setup and efficient fleet monitoring.


Dell Unveils New Endpoint Data Security and Management Portfolio for Greater IT Interoperability



Dell Unveils New Endpoint Data Security and Management Portfolio for Greater IT Interoperability

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Dell Introduces Three New Smart Printers, Including World’s Fastest First Page Out Time System Less Than $1,000


● One new color and two new mono single-function models expand Dell’s line of reliable, easy-to-manage and own smart printers

● Reliability, robust scalability, cost savings and other features address the needs of medium to large enterprises and government agencies

● Dell Color Smart Printer (S5840cdn) model offers world’s fastest First Page Out Time (FPOT) for color laser printers under $1,000*

● New printers give companies an accessible option for replacing legacy imaging devices


Dell Unveils New Imaging Portfolio with Productivity Boosting Features for Small & Medium Businesses

ROUND ROCK, Texas--Dell today announced a series of printer solutions that enhance collaboration, reduce complexity and manage data flows to optimize productivity in the workplace. These new offerings include the Dell Printer Hub, four Dell entry-class printers and a Dell Smart Printer.

Building on its award winning Dell printers, Dell’s range of new offerings simplify printing tasks, document management and maintenance to empower small and medium businesses to work smarter with easy-to-use, essential productivity features built in.


Wow…Is That Really an Inkjet?

By Marlene Orr, Senior Analyst, Printers/A4 MFP, March 20, 2013

Historically, inkjets have been slower than laser devices, and although high-capacity cartridges were available for business-class inkjets, the yields were generally lower than those available for business-class laser machines. Of course, the inkjets cost less and many offered a comparable cost per page, making them a good choice for low-volume environments. But those slower speeds and relatively low yield cartridges didn’t make them a good fit for higher-volume business environments. Until now, that is.

Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) has long been a fixture in the home and in the office with its inkjet technology, but the new Officejet Pro X series products turns the idea of inkjet printing on its head. With rated speeds topping out at 70 ppm (42 ppm in default mode), combined with a high duty cycle (75,000 pages per month) and ink cartridges that yield more than 5,000 pages each, the Officejet Pro X576 MFP and X551 printer look like true competitors for laser devices at these higher values. Here’s a peek at some of the first test results coming out of the lab on these models and how they compare with laser models.

Dell Solutions Help Hospitals Manage Proliferation of Data, Mobile Devices

Round Rock, TX- As hospital IT departments strive to manage an explosion of digital medical data – including electronic medical records, diagnostic images and a host of related applications – they are being challenged by clinicians to adopt mobile solutions that allow access to data at the point of care while protecting it from unauthorized use. The proliferation of consumer-grade devices, such as smartphones and tablets, in the healthcare setting only adds to the complexity.

Dell demonstrated its latest healthcare solutions – including Unified Clinical Archiving (UCA) and Mobile Clinical Computing (MCC) – at the Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2012 Annual Conference and Exposition at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Feb. 20-24 (Booth #3607).


Dell Strengthens Go-To-Market Structure

<p><b>Jan 06, 2012</b> Round Rock, Texas - Dell today announced that it will move all of its customer business segments (Public, Large Enterprise, Small Medium Business and Consumer) under Steve Felice, who has been named President and Chief Commercial Officer. Paul Bell, president Public &amp; Large Enterprise, recently announced his intention to retire from Dell, effective March 30, 2012. With Mr. Bell’s departure, Dell is accelerating the evolution of its go-to-market organization, further simplifying the company’s customer-facing activities.</p> <p>The move will create a sales organization that is more customer-focused, more collaborative and better able to deliver innovative and practical solutions that meet customers’ needs. It will be effective Feb. 4, 2012.</p>



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