Your legacy hardware may be a great fit for your current or former workloads, but different workloads tax different datacenter resources, so your legacy hardware might not deliver peak database performance compared to today’s high standards.
It's the time of year when businesses are looking to streamline processes and modernize their applications ahead of the new year. Included in the resultant to-do list should be a modernization of their existing Active Directory software. The program first shipped with Microsoft Windows 2000 and allows information about network objects to be stored securely and streamlines the organization of domain name resources.
Technology solutions company Dell is an industry leader in innovative tools that meet business and consumer needs. In addition, with the company's recent acquisition of tech giant EMC, Dell is positioning itself as ready and capable of solving issues related to network security for myriad industries.
Let's take a look at the top four benefits of investing in quality security software and tools from Dell:
In October 2015, Dell announced its intent to buy EMC in a $67 billion transaction that, if approved, would rank as the largest tech acquisition of all time. The deal has the potential to remake the enterprise as we know it: Dell, though once best known for its success in selling PCs directly to consumers, has more recently become one of the biggest names in corporate IT, joining EMC as well as VMware, which is 80 percent owned by EMC though still operated as an independent company.
In the largest deal in technology history to date, Dell and its partners announced the acquisition of EMC yesterday for $67 billion. Currently valued at about $25 billion, Dell made tech history in its purchase of EMC, a company double its size. EMC is expected to become a private company under Dell’s ownership.
This year’s Dell World event was by far the best one yet in my humble opinion. Don’t get me wrong or anything; the previous years’ events were awesome, but there was just something special about this year’s Dell World. It was electric! The energy throughout the event was infectious and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves throughout the event.
Dell offers an excellent portfolio of storage solutions today in their lineup of hardware offerings. Whether you’re looking for a NAS (Network Attached Storage), a SAN (Server Attached Storage) or DAS (Direct Attached Storage), Dell has the right solution for your IT environment. Here are some of the appliance options you can choose from by Dell.
Tablet technology is changing just as fast as the innovations in laptops, desktops, and thin client computers. Heck, for that matter, we can toss in the changing technology of cellphones, but the great thing about a tablet is the size, weight, cost, and true mobility and flexibility it offers to many different types of users. With plenty of tablet options available in the marketplace today, Dell offers two tablets that you just have to check out – one being the Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablet and the other the Venue 11 Pro Tablet.
Looking at desktops? Consider the Dell OptiPlex 9020 Desktop Computer.
Many businesses and companies today are still riding the wave of desktop computers in their businesses, remote offices, and even at home. The desktop computer is not only becoming smaller in form factor size but also more dependable than ever, more powerful than ever, and extremely competitively priced. So let’s take a look at what Dell has to offer in their very popular OptiPlex 9020 desktop computer series.
Power users listen-up – the Dell Precision Mobile Workstation (M3800) is here with a new slimmed-down look; thinnest 15” workstation ever with plenty of bells and whistles to boot. The M3800 workstation is a true workstation that comes standard with Intel 4th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 processors, Windows 7 Professional, English, 64-BIT (includes Windows 8.1. Pro 64 bit License) and an optional QHD+ (3200 X 1800) display.