Dell announced today that Michael Dell is leading the $24.4 billion buyout of Dell, the computer giant he founded.
Around 70 percent of IT decision makers surveyed by Vanson Bourne--for Dell--believe BYOD can improve their work processes and productivity, while 59 percent believe they would be at a competitive disadvantage without BYOD.
It was inevitable that a leading producer of the world's immense data bloom would try to assert its influence on hardware vendors and developers to create standards around the systems that store and process its massive data stores.
The global private cloud market is predicted to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.98 percent through 2016, according to the latest data from TechNavio.
In January, Dell plans to offer a mobile management appliance to help IT teams deal with the proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise.
Autonomy reportedly approached Dell when it was pedaling the company, but was turned away.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom is taking on U.S. data center outsourcing market leaders CSC, Dell, HP and IBM with a major 10-year deal with Presbyterian Healthcare Services.
An energy company in Canada and an oil firm in the Philippines are among numerous corporations that have been targeted by hackers in a systematic cyber spying operation over the last few months.
As earnings in its areas of traditional strength drop, Dell is looking to bolster its presence in enterprise computing, particularly the cloud.
Microsoft Vice President Mike Angiulo said that several top tablet manufacturers will be releasing new Windows RT and Windows 8 tablets on October 26--the same day that Windows 8 ships and the same day that Microsoft will release the Microsoft Surface RT.