Welcome to the latest edition of the Dell’s “Hi-Five” Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings.
TOP STORY OF THE WEEK
Michael Dell believes the computer market won't crash – The Telegraph, December 12, 2012
With no legacy in the mainframe era, Dell can fearlessly innovate in new areas. The company has spent about $5 billion on acquisitions this year and achieved a meaningful shift in the mix of the business – a transformation that will continue aggressively.
DELL CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT
University of Cambridge > Research Team Gives Jet Engine Technology a Power Boost
New and exciting developments in science and technology seem to come along every day. Whether it's the unveiling of the Higgs boson particle or the discovery of DNA, the findings made in research labs are responsible for some of the most important advances in modern life. From medical research to aeronautical engineering, the world's leading research and development teams have one thing in common: cutting-edge technology to support their work.
5 STORIES ABOUT DELL
In Austin, Clinton pushes for more inclusive communities – Austin Business Journal, December 12, 2012
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton delivered a keynote at Dell World highlighting the importance of collaboration and how society needs to “get into the tomorrow business” and prepare for a future defined by technological innovation.
Dell to target Middle East SMEs – GulfNews.com, December 9, 2012
In order to grow its enterprise revenues in the Middle East as part of its transformation story and enterprise growth ambitions, Dell plans to place increased focus on targeting small and medium-sized businesses in the region next year.
Infographic: Bring Your Own Device is Nothing to Fear – Tech Page One, December 12, 2012
Today’s über-connected employees love their smartphones, tablets and personal PCs. Two hundred million employees bring their own mobile devices to work — and an increasing number of them want to use those devices on the clock as well as off. Are you ready for BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices)?
Dell Latitude 10 Preview: An Outstanding Windows 8 Tablet – Tablet PC Review, December 10, 2012
The Dell Latitude 10 has been described as an “outstanding” Windows 8 tablet, offering attractive features to those who “want a tablet that's as powerful as a notebook” and ranking higher than the iPad 4 and Microsoft Surface RT tablets.
Archiving Medical Images in the Cloud – Healthcare Info Security, December 6, 2012
More healthcare organizations are turning to archiving in the cloud to back up large diagnostic imaging files as part of their business continuity and disaster recovery efforts.
TOP 5 Direct2Dell POSTS (December 10th – December 14th)
PRESS RELEASES (December 10th – December 14th)
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