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  • Blog Post: My Thoughts on Dell's Analyst Meeting

    Those of you who read news about Dell have seen some of the reactions to our Analyst Meeting that happened last week. Dell hosted over 150 analysts and investors to discuss many aspects of Dell’s business. We also hosted a webcast where you can check out the Wednesday sessions in their entirety...
  • Blog Post: The Grand Opening: Dell Opens Second European Manufacturing Plant in Poland

    Last week I was in Poland taking part in the official opening ceremony of our second European plant in Łódź, Poland. Michael Dell and I were joined by employees, customers, members of the Polish national and local government, international ambassadors and media for the event. The facility in...
  • Blog Post: My Thoughts on Dell & Twitter and Where This is Going

    It's been a few weeks since @StefanieatDell blogged about @DellOutlet reaching $2 million in sales. Much of the reaction in the blogosphere and Twittersphere was positive, but some folks questioned the relative significance of $2 million in revenue compared to Dell's overall revenue. Still others...
  • Blog Post: Why Customer Oxygen Matters to Dell

    Last week, some folks from Dell took part in Bazaarvoices' Social Commerce Summit 2010 . Manish Mehta, who leads a big part of all of our efforts in social media was invited to be part of a talented agenda of speakers . You can check out the highlights of the event here . On a related note, Dell...
  • Blog Post: Dell Gives Healthcare IT a Booster Shot at HIMSS09

    Hello from HIMSS! I’m in Chicago this week along with the Dell Healthcare team at HIMSS09 . What is HIMSS you ask? Well, it’s the world’s largest Healthcare IT conference and attracts an international audience. For me it has been a great opportunity to see Dell Americas team in action...
  • Blog Post: Being Fluid by Design

    We know we can’t always predict the future, but we can prepare for it by architecting high-performance, efficient solutions that are easy to use and constantly adapt to change. At Dell, we call that being fluid by design. Years ago, our customers and partners told us that legacy storage was...
  • Blog Post: Join the ReGeneration @ CES and Beyond

    Earlier, I mentioned that ReGeneration activities will be part of what Dell is doing at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) show. At our Eco-innovation booth, we'll be interviewing folks who stop by to have discussions about the environment. Here's the first video . And speaking o video, here's...
  • Blog Post: Dell Consumer Hosted First Retail Partner Summit

    Recently Dell China Consumer had its first Retail Partner Summit. More than 300 local retail partners gathered in Sichuan Province to celebrate their stellar performance, share success stories and gain a better understanding of Dell's retail strategy in the future. Consumer business is playing...
  • Blog Post: Michael Dell from Oracle OpenWorld and Churchill Club

    Yesterday, Michael Dell delivered a keynote at Oracle OpenWorld , sharing his view of the Efficient Enterprise (see Greg White's post for a summary of it, and check out his presentation here on SlideShare .) After OpenWorld, Michael sat down with Don Clark from the Wall Street Journal for Churchill...
  • Blog Post: CAPturing the Moment

    Listening. That doesn't seem like such a hard thing to do - to listen. But have you really tried it lately? Listening, not just hearing, but full-on, completely committed, totally steppin'-in-what-a-person-is-layin'-down listening can be one of the hardest things you can ever do and love...
  • Blog Post: Enterprise Solutions and Services Strength Highlight Dell’s FY2012 Results

    Dell recently announced Q4 and full year earnings for FY12. Dell achieved record revenue for the full FY12 fiscal year of $62.1 billion. Revenue from Dell’s enterprise solutions and services of $18.6 billion was also a record for the company. Update from Lionel: Should have mentioned that Dell...
  • Blog Post: "The Greenest Data Center is the One You Never Build" - Reporting from Fortune Brainstorm Green

    Dell's CIO Robin Johnson and Global Facilities lead Dane Parker joined Fortune editor Brian O'Keefe on stage today at Fortune Brainstorm Green to tell a story you wouldn't expect from a company that sells servers: "the greenest data center is the one you never build." Intrigued...
  • Blog Post: Dell Today Unveils Efficient Enterprise Computing Portfolio Globally

    Today is a day that I consider myself fortunate, even proud, to be working for Dell. Today, we're taking the next step in our products and services portfolio enabling you, our customers, to accelerate your enterprise efficiency. I've worked for Dell for nearly ten years now and have seen us...
  • Blog Post: Dell Storage Forum 2012: Fluid by Design

    Today’s world has become increasingly unpredictable, driven in part by the pace of data growth and our need to not only react to the increase in available information, but use that information to drive business results. Technology itself is in a constant state of change but despite this, data center...
  • Blog Post: Dell Q1 FY13 Results on DellShares

    Earlier today, Dell announced our Q1 Earnings results—revenue came in at $14.4 billion. GAAP Earnings of $0.36 per share, non-GAAP earnings was $0.43 per share. Take a look at the post from Rob Williams for more details. His post includes Dell’s Q1 FY13 presentation and a video interview...
  • Blog Post: Dell's Urban Meet Up on Monday in San Francisco

    Last night I mentioned that Dell is working to advance the customization options we offer to customers. If you're out in the San Francisco area and would be interested to see more, then you might want to check out our Urban Meet Up that will happen on Monday night at Hang Art Gallery . Several...
  • Blog Post: 2010: A Dell Odyssey from a Direct Desktop Revolution to a Ubiquitous Client Evolution

    Today, Michael Dell was in San Francisco for a keynote at the Citrix Synergy Conference . I was able to be in the audience and enjoy the keynote live. Below are a few of my thoughts that I wanted to share on his keynote. Twenty-six years ago, Michael Dell started a desktop revolution by selling PCs...
  • Blog Post: Michael Dell at Dreamforce

    I’m back stage here at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, where Michael Dell just finished his Dreamforce keynote. He followed Marc Benioff ( see Techmeme reactions here ), CEO of Salesforce.com , who talked a lot about the innovative ways Dell is using the Salesforce platform within our business...
  • Blog Post: Day One of GiTEX Technology Week -- DJ Moe for Dell Lounge

    In case you missed my preview post about GiTEX Technology Week 2008 , but here’s my wrap up from the first day of the show. Trying to beat the road traffic to get to your point of destination is a hassle, but never the less I made it to the trade centre on time. I was amazed with the way the...
  • Blog Post: Dell Talks, Analysts Listen—and Tweet

    Turns out analysts really like to share. We didn’t know quite how much until we invited them to Dell’s Annual Industry Analyst Conference ( #DAAC ), held this week in downtown Austin. The attendees went from telling their audiences what our executives were saying to receiving tweets from...
  • Blog Post: Dell at CRN's ChannelExpo, UK

    Last week, Jonathan Perry, our WEEE Take Back and Recycling Programme Manager in the UK, took part in a panel discussion at CRN’s annual ChannelExpo show in Birmingham, UK, examining how the channel community can work with customers to implement Green IT strategies. The panel covered a number...
  • Blog Post: Michael Dell Discusses Role of IT in the U.K.

    Last week, Michael Dell addressed two influential business organizations, the Institute of Directors and the British Computer Society , in London and discussed the role IT plays for businesses, the public sector and individual consumers. Michael described how the challenging economy presents a unique...
  • Blog Post: Insights into Decisions: UTEWeek and SXSW Entrepreneur Conversations

    What trends excite Michael Dell? The data economy and the possibilities of predictive analytics to turn insights into decisions he recently told two audiences. Over the past couple of days Michael had the opportunity to answer this question when it was asked by aspiring business builders at both The...
  • Blog Post: Information Technology’s next challenge: BUSTING BUREAUCRACY

    Bureaucracy is not a bad thing. As Gary Hamel points out in his blog on Fortune , “bureaucracy was a major advance in solving the problem of efficiency at scale. If you have a couple of cars in the garage, a digital device in every pocket, and don't spend 80% of your time growing your own food...
  • Blog Post: The Friction of Bureaucracy

    What would your organization look like and how would it operate if you had no recourse to a legal system? For one, it would mean no enforceable contracts with customers, suppliers or even employees. It would likely mean little if any paper or data trail with all deals and agreements being verbal and...