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Dell Venue and XPS tablets create flexibility, security and control across the spectrum of work and life. Visit http://del.ly/TabletsAndMobility to learn more!

Dell Venue and XPS tablets create flexibility, security and control across the spectrum of work and life. Visit http://del.ly/TabletsAndMobility to learn more!

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  • With the rise of social media, blurring of work and home, and emergence of new devices, end users’ expectations of IT have changed.The device business model has evolved as well - Enterprises require an End-to-End solution that addresses Devices, Security, Access and Management. Because today devices can be:Corporate OwnedCorporate issuedCorporate owned personally enabled “COPE”Personally Owned Choose your own (*note: Enterprise approved product list)Bring your own device “BYOD”)
  • When we were developing our new tablets, we took a hard look at how we should brand these tablets. People use their tablets for both work and play, and those lines are increasingly blurring. This is not a side business for us. This is a full, dedicated portfolio of tablets under its own dedicated brand that we’re going to invest in and grow.So what does Venue stand for:The definition is ‘the place where something happens’.That really encapsulates how we think about tablets. They’re always with you, easy to carry around, and are essential companions to keep you updated and connected.For business, they enable flexible ways to work, to connect, and to share information - with the smooth performance and user experience that people love and expectBut there’s more. Venue tablets have been built for real-world use, including security enhancements built into the software and accidental damage coverageThey also offer flexibility in how people work with a variety of keyboard and pen optionsMeet the Dell Venue family of tablets
  • The XPS 13, which we think is the best Ultrabook on the planet, just got better. We first introduced the XPS 13 at CES in 2012. Nearly two years later, the XPS 13 is one of our most popular laptops ever and we continue to improve upon it.We’re keeping what people love about the XPS 13 – that it’s the most compact 13-inch laptop, its beautiful design with premium materials and its fast boot and resume capabilitiesAnd now it comes with faster processors, a touch Full HD display and even better battery life – now up to 10 ½ hours.
  • The XPS 13, which we think is the best Ultrabook on the planet, just got better. We first introduced the XPS 13 at CES in 2012. Nearly two years later, the XPS 13 is one of our most popular laptops ever and we continue to improve upon it.We’re keeping what people love about the XPS 13 – that it’s the most compact 13-inch laptop, its beautiful design with premium materials and its fast boot and resume capabilitiesAnd now it comes with faster processors, a touch Full HD display and even better battery life – now up to 10 ½ hours.
  • Finally, we have two more tablets to present to you todayThe Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8These are our affordable, feature-rich tablets for connectivity and entertainmentBoth have IPS high-resolution HD displays to provide exceptional detail, wide viewing angles, and front and rear facing camerasBoth have advanced Intel Atom architecture for performance and both have affordable 4G optionsAnd both are based on the Android 4.2 operating system.Android is expected to be the most widely used OS by 2017. Through Google Play, customers can access hundreds of thousands of apps, as well as music and video contentAll Dell Venue tablets and XPS laptops come with PocketCloud installedPocketCloud is a family of mobile content management apps for iOS, Android and Windows 8 so that people can create a personal cloud and securely access personal and corporate content on their PC from a mobile deviceWe’ll have a demo downstairs so you can see it up close
  • Dell Latitude 10 student, teacher, administrator and CCISD community tested and approved
  • Dell Latitude 10 student, teacher, administrator and CCISD community tested and approved
  • Meet our new XPS laptop familyXPS is hand’s down the best experience you can get in each product category – from 2-in-1s to Ultrabooks to a multimedia laptop For each product you see today, we’re providing the best displays possible, while maintaining the same premier craftsmanship and user experience you’ve come to expect with XPS
  • The XPS 13, which we think is the best Ultrabook on the planet, just got better. We first introduced the XPS 13 at CES in 2012. Nearly two years later, the XPS 13 is one of our most popular laptops ever and we continue to improve upon it.We’re keeping what people love about the XPS 13 – that it’s the most compact 13-inch laptop, its beautiful design with premium materials and its fast boot and resume capabilitiesAnd now it comes with faster processors, a touch Full HD display and even better battery life – now up to 10 ½ hours.
  • You saw this at Computex a few months ago, and now it’s here. The XPS 11 2-in-1 It’s the world’s thinnest, lightest and most compact 2-in-1 on the market – and the first with a Quad HD displayIt easily transitions from tablet to laptop with a 360-degree rotation design and solid surface backlit touch keyboard And it maintains the XPS heritage of premium craftsmanship with edge-to-edge glass, machined aluminum chassis with carbon fiber
  • The XPS 15 is the most powerful XPS laptop we’ve ever offered, and is great for creative enthusiasts who demand the best displays with ample power, graphics and storageIt’s the first 15-inch laptop in the world to have a Quad HD+ display, which over 4x the resolution of the MacBook Pro and over half a million more pixels than the Mac Book Pro Retina.It also has 5 hours more battery life, and faster graphics with 4x the memory and 2x the storage as the Mac Book Pro
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  • Businesses must be flexible, and that means your mobility business model may change over time. Whether your organization currently owns all the mobile devices, some of them, or none of them, you need solutions that work now as well as in the future, regardless of any shift in your mobile strategy.Currently there are four business models around BYOD.Corporate issued: The company owns and issues all the devices used for business purposes.Corporate owned, personally enabled (COPE): this model is mostly seen in Europe where you can’t wipe data off a device that’s not yours, so they created this hybrid model where the organization provides employees the devices/data they desire, but employees have to personally enable it.Choose your own: This model is an attempt by IT to minimize the chaos by saying you can bring your own device, as long as it’s one of from a list that we’ve approved.Bring your own: Employees bring their personal devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones) into the organization for access to data and apps.
  • ROG: ML – doesn’t like “endpoint enablement” … it’s too limiting … we need to be more for that … go with “Mobile Enablement” … : shift column terminology to “management model” … change BYOD to Workspace Container … change Corporate Issued to “Corporate Managed” : Add M2M to the chart : Add bullet for Identity Management : change “comprehensive … “ to “Secure endpoint management across all devices”Manage the entire device or just a portion? Maybe you just want to manage a container.: need mobile-friendly access to data … not critical for this slide, but there is a thought leadership opportunity to take a position on it’s about data (access, management, creation, etc.) as delivered by apps. We can work on a future piece with ML regarding “its about the data” … We are creating mid-market solutions to solve the most critical mobility/BYOD challenges. We know the number-one priorities are security and management, and that’s our focus. We’ve been lacking a container strategy to solve BYOD security issues and a competitive MDM/MAM solution to solve management issues—but in January we are launching Dell Enterprise Mobility Management.Provide comprehensive, secure endpoint management Deploy and manage a secure enterprise workspace on all devicesProvide secure access to enterprise dataIncrease efficiency with integrated console managementOffload IT support and improve employee experience via self-service portals Use exactly the business apps and services you needEasily adapt to new technologies such as machine-to-machine management (with Ophelia)VALUE PROP and DESCRIPTION:For mid-market organizations that want the productivity benefits of mobility/BYOD but see the security risks and/or complexity as being too great, we provide Dell Enterprise Mobility Management, the only enterprise management solution that is flexible enough to support your mobile workforce strategy, including your devices, your users and your business model.For your corporate-owned devices, we provide mobile device management, mobile application management, mobile content management, and endpoint systems management. For your BYOD devices, we provide an enterprise container on personal devices that separates and protects enterprise data from your personal content, ensuring end user privacy. For both models, we offer additional business applications and services to increase security and the flexibility to get more done from anywhere.We also provide optional applications and services to improve user experience and adoption:- A separate business phone line with secure SMS- Encryption- Coming soon: File sync and share Unlike other mobility/BYOD point-solution providers who typically only address access, infrastructure, apps or security, Dell offers an end-to-end, cloud-enabled solution that eases the adoption of mobility/BYOD, maximizes end-user productivity, is quick to implement and deploy, helps to reduce cost and frees up IT resources. The components that make up this solution are best-in-class.EMM will help us fill in the gapsIntegrating 2 consoles for managing complexityEstablishing footprints across devicesSomeday we’ll be able to do things our competitors can’t do

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  • 1. Tablets and mobility solutions for your evolving workforce Neil Hand VP, Tablet Product Group Mike Pagani Solution Marketing Director, Mobility/BYOD 2013
  • 2. Tablets and mobility solutions for your evolving workforce Sean Wisdom Director, Global Tablet Solutions Mike Pagani Solution Marketing Director, Mobility/BYOD 2013
  • 3. Tablets and mobility solutions for your evolving workforce Samuel Burd VP & GM, Personal Computing Product Group Mike Pagani Solution Marketing Director, Mobility/BYOD 2013
  • 4. New expectations Computing experiences that transcend personal and business Access to data and the desktop from anywhere 2013
  • 5. Meeting this expectation forced a balance between risk and control BYOD 2013 Consumer Experiences Innovation gap Business Requirements Corporate Owned
  • 6. Dell solution portfolio creates flexibility, security and control across the spectrum Devices & Accessories Mobility/BYOD Solutions Services Innovative designs for work and personal experiences Top to bottom solutions that protect, connect and transform Accelerating innovation with services focused on your future 2013
  • 7. 2013
  • 8. Venue 11 Pro The tablet that business laptops envy 2013
  • 9. Venue 8 Pro The world’s thinnest 8” Windows tablet 2013
  • 10. Versatile tablets for connecting work and life Venue 7 2013 Venue 8 Venue 8 Pro Venue 11 Pro
  • 11. What people are saying The Dell Venue Pro 8 is one of the most accessible Windows tablets we’ve seen yet. 2013 Better than the iPad Mini. Dell Venue 8 Pro and 11 Pro Windows 8.1 tablets trounce Surface Pro 2. Yes it's a tablet, but also an extension of the desktop when away from home. I love the Venue 11 Pro.
  • 12. 2013
  • 13. Challenges Results • Improve field sales productivity globally without increasing IT spend • Selected Dell Tablets for global roll out • Allow sales teams to present to customers in hospital hallways, accessing confidential data 2013 • Improved productivity across 1000+ sales people • Drove high end-user satisfaction “We have reduced our IT spend per sales rep by 50% and have replaced iPads.” Anders Skovgaard, CIO
  • 14. 2013
  • 15. Challenges Results • Deliver personalized learning experience across the curriculum • Rolled out 30,000 Dell tablets to students, teachers and administrators • Ensure quality end-user experience and straightforward device management • Streamlined management of the devices reduced support budget and time 2013 “Now, we can focus on the integration and learning, rather than the workarounds.” Kelly Lane, Technology
  • 16. 2013
  • 17. XPS 13 Most compact 13” laptop on the planet 2013
  • 18. XPS 11 Laptop to tablet and back with a 360 hinge 2013
  • 19. XPS 15 The world’s highest resolution 15.6” laptop 2013
  • 20. XPS An experience like no other. XPS 13 2013 XPS 11 XPS 15
  • 21. Supporting mobility business models across the spectrum Corporate-owned devices Corporate issued Corporate owned, personally enabled Personally-owned devices Choose your own (from enterprise-approved product list) Most organizations have needs across these tiers 2013 Bring your own
  • 22. A complete portfolio for every phase of the mobility/BYOD journey 1 2 3 Mobile Enablement Solution Set Infrastructure Optimization Solution Set App Modernization & Development Solution Set 2013 • Dell EMM • Tablets, laptops, Ultrabooks, desktops, cloud clients • Dell SonicWALL Secure Remote Access, Mobile Connect, Next-Gen Firewall and Clean Wireless Dell Services • Consulting • Deployment • Dell Networking W-Series Wireless and ClearPass • Image engineering • Dell One Identity • IT outsourcing • Mobility assessment • Custom Application Development • Desktop Virtualization Solutions • Support
  • 23. Introducing Dell Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) Your devices, your users, your mobile strategy • Complete, secure endpoint management • Secure enterprise workspace on all devices • Secure access to enterprise data • Integrated console management • User self-service • Identity management • Business apps and services you need • Flexibility for future-proofing 2013 Comprehensive mobile enablement Endpoint management Container management
  • 24. Peace of mind with Dell Support Services Support Services Single source that maximize productivity and reduce downtime 150+ Countries supported 40,000+ Team members both direct and indirect Global Carry In Centers Phone/Online Availability1 50+ Deployment Services Simplify manageability & increase efficiency Next Business Day Onsite Service 2013 Efficiently Deploy Systems from factory to desk – ready to work 24 X 7 2000 + Connected & Productive Configuration 195 3rd Party Software Vendor Relationships Languages supported 90%+ Dell ProSupport customer satisfaction Support Made Easy Hardware & Software Support by engineers
  • 25. Summary Pace of change is accelerating, resulting in new expectations and demands 2013 Dell understands the needs of the evolving workforce and the resulting consequences for IT organizations We have the most comprehensive portfolio of IT solutions and devices you need to help your workforce evolve
  • 26. Next steps Meet with Dell subject matter experts at the Solutions Showcase Gain hands on experience, see demonstrations: Tablets, laptops, mobility solutions and services. Schedule a post-event Whiteboard Session to address your specific requirements. Contact your account team for details. Visit a Dell Solution Center near you: Austin • New York City • Washington D.C. Chicago • Santa Clara • Mexico City • Sao Paolo Visit www.Dell.com/tablets 2013
  • 27. Q&A 2013
  • 28. 2013