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  • ICYMI: World’s Thinnest Tablet Revealed by Michael Dell at IDF 11 September 2014, 05:00 PM In case you missed it earlier this week, Apple wasn’t the only company showing off new products. “While you weren’t looking, Dell announced a crazy futuristic tablet,” said Gizmodo Dell CEO Michael Dell took the stage with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich during the opening keynote of the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) to preview the upcoming Dell Venue 8 7000 Series, a tablet co-developed with Intel and featuring an impressive series of “firsts.” IDF is a launch pad for innovation, sparking inspiration in developers, makers and creators alike, and treating attendees to first looks of the latest grou...
  • Public-Private Partnership Utilizes HPC to Aid Pediatric Cancer Research 11 September 2014, 01:16 PM In 2011, Dell announced a major commitment of cloud and HPC technology, employee engagement and funding to support pediatric cancer research programs, including a groundbreaking personalized medicine trial for pediatric cancer conducted by the Neuroblastoma and Medulloblastoma Translational Research Consortium (NMTRC) and supported by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen). As an extension of that ongoing collaboration, TGen announced this week that, with the help of Dell, it is now providing state-of-the-art computing and programing specialized for human genome investigations...
  • Helping Industrial Automation Systems Become a Little Bit Smarter 10 September 2014, 11:00 AM The Industrial Automation (IA) compute space has traditionally had two clear segments – a low cost, ‘dumb’ controller market, and a high end, fully flexible ‘smart’ market.  We are hearing from customers that a hybrid approach is increasingly needed as the industry slowly moves away from proprietary solutions and towards industry standards and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions. A key issue in integrating standard IT technology into Industrial Automation projects is the misalignment of product life cycles.  IA solutions such as production control systems are designed to run for upwar...
  • Security Strategy that Aligns to Business Needs 10 September 2014, 08:00 AM We’re way past cream and sugar According to a popular coffee chain’s website, this is the way I should be ordering my daily cappuccino: Step 1: Hot or Iced Drink? Step 2: Coffee drinks come in four sizes. Which one? 8 oz., 12 oz., 16 oz., 20 oz. Step 3: Choose the drink beverage: Coffee , Latte, Americano, Espresso Con Panna, Espresso Machiatto, Caramel Machiatto, Cafe Au Lait or Misto, Cappuccino, Frappuccino, Mocha, White Mocha, Mocha Valencia Step 4: Wet or Dry? Step 5: How strong? Specify the number of espresso shots. Step 6: Choose the type of milk or creamer. Step 7: Extra directions?...
  • Voice of the Mobility Customer Rings Loud and Clear 09 September 2014, 07:30 AM One of the most exciting aspects of being involved in Dell’s mobility innovations is the opportunity to have meaningful dialogues with our customers about their needs. Lately, they have been voicing concerns about their employees having to make work-related calls on personally-owned devices. This dilemma is intensifying based on the recent California court ruling that will require employers to reimburse employees for work-related calls. The impact of this ruling could snowball across the entire enterprise landscape. We listened carefully to what customers had to say, and we’re pleased to an...
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