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  • Blog Post: Register of the UK socialise, mobilise and capitalise your business for success webinar

    Experimenting with how social media can work for your business? Worried about losing data? How can you better enable productivity in a mobile workforce? If you own a business or manage IT systems in the UK, then this free Dell webinar may interest you. Hosted by the British Chambers of Commerce...
  • Blog Post: Supporting Customers in Facebook and via @DellCares in Twitter

    People who have been following Dell's progression in social media know that we are in the midst of transitioning from a centralized team that carried out all social media efforts to a more decentralized hub and spoke model. It's really about scaling social media. For us to scale our efforts,...
  • Blog Post: Dell Engaging Channel Partners with New Social Media Training Campaign

    At Dell, we take pride in listening to our channel partners to deliver products and services that best address real market needs that make them and their customers successful. We also can’t help but beam when thought leaders like Jason Falls talk about how we’re “ still a great case...
  • Blog Post: Monopoly holds the key to social media campaign integration <--- DO NOT rePublish - pulled by Legal

    Note from Lionel: Amy is the leading our social media training efforts over the last year. In that time, nearly 5,500 employees have had some level of social media training and almost 2,500 Dell employees are certified in social media. Here's her perspective about one of the classes they offer: Integrating...
  • Blog Post: Jeff Jarvis—Dell Hell: The End?

    As some of you may already know, Jeff Jarvis spent a day at Dell a couple of weeks ago to write a BusinessWeek story . He spent some time with Michael Dell, and captured a vlog that's part of the that story and also part of his post on Buzzmachine . Beyond that, he spent time with other execs...
  • Blog Post: B2B Social Media - What Is It and Why Should You Be Learning More About It

    Sure you know what social media is… it’s Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn and Google +, YouTube, SlideShare, Tumblr and the latest "addiction" - Pintrest. But what is it, really, and how can it add value to your business? There are several broad definitions of social media; most...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Small and Medium Business Social Media Toolkit

    Dell’s small and medium business team has produced a new guide for any small or medium business owners or entrepreneurs who is looking to embrace or further develop their use of social media, and who may want a helping hand to get started. People often think of social media in terms of tools...
  • Blog Post: Dell Technical Support and the recent Laptop Magazine article

    Laptop Magazine recently called out poor performance from Dell in its blog post on overall technical support for their upcoming annual Tech Support Showdown. That post drew the attention of other sites like TechCrunch and Gizmodo among others. As I commented on John Biggs’ TechCrunch post —personally...
  • Blog Post: Six Great Human and Computer Collaborations

    At Dell , we are always fascinated by the power of people and computers coming together to create even more than they could have done on their own. Not only have we seen the incredible force of social media on our own business, but we have also seen some of our products, like laptops , workstations and...
  • Blog Post: LionelatDell’s Farewell Post on Direct2Dell

    This is my last post on Direct2Dell. After almost 700 blog posts , and thousands of other comments and status updates, I’ve decided to say goodbye to Dell so I can start the next phase of my career— to rejoin Bob Pearson and a great team of folks at W2O Group down the road in Austin. I’ve...
  • Blog Post: Real People are Here and We're Listening

    Yesterday was the first official day of Dell’s one2one weblog and already Jeff Jarvis and Steve Rubel were kind enough to tell us what we’re doing wrong. Thanks for the feedback, guys. We'll keep working to get it right. Shel Holtz weighed in a bit more constructively. Our intention...
  • Blog Post: Weekly Recap: Dell in the News - May 18th edition

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings. Story of the Week Dell Helps Fight Pediatric Cancer with Research Computing Cluster WebProNews – May 17, 2012 Dell has created a special research computing cluster to go along...
  • Blog Post: Social Media Inside/ Out: Jason Falls and Geoff Livingston

    Here's the ROI part of the discussion... I apologize for the low audio... my camera was in the very back of the room. Still, if you turn up the volume on your machine a bit, I think you'll be able to hear: Here's a quick interview with Jason:
  • Blog Post: Potential SXSW 2012 panels from Dell folks: Time to vote

    The folks behind the South by Southwest (SXSW) event opened up the PanelPicker for voting last week. Those of you who have attended or follow SXSW Interactive know that voting is part of the process to determine which of the thousands of panels submitted actually will happen at the event in March 2012...
  • Blog Post: About Dell’s Google+ Page

    Many of us here at Dell have been fans of Google+ since they first started letting people in the door via a limited beta rollout back in June . It’s hard to believe that in just a few short months, that 40 million people have created Google+ accounts. Soon after that initial rollout, one of the...
  • Blog Post: Dell Opinion Poll Says China Bests U.S. and Germany in Technology Use in Education [Infographic]

    Students, teachers and parents agree that American schools are not integrating technology into the curriculum quickly enough to enable personalized learning, according to a study commissioned by Dell as a part of our Day of Innovation in Education I mentioned in my blog post earlier this week. Children...
  • Blog Post: What Amazon’s New Cloud Service Means to Dell Streak and Venue Customers

    The web was abuzz with the news of Amazon’s new Cloud Drive Service. There’s a lot of conjecture out on the blogosphere about whether or not this new service is really an innovation , legal , possibly illegal , or even useful. While it’s too early to tell for sure, it’s clear...
  • Blog Post: You Are Interviewing For Your Next Job At This Very Moment

    One of the most memorable scenes from the film “The Karate Kid” occurred when Daniel has a “light bulb” moment. After begrudgingly doing laborious chores for his karate instructor, he discovers that he had been training all along. In one moment, all the moves he had been learning...
  • Blog Post: Dell’s Social Evolution: From a Corporate Blog to a Social Business

    Seven years ago, Dell’s social business strategy began with listening and quickly evolved to the launch of a little corporate blog known as Direct2Dell. Since then, we’ve been dedicated to evolving our social strategy because we knew that cultivating a strong program would pave the way for...
  • Blog Post: The Increasing Relevance of Social Media in the IT Channel

    Over the past 2 years we’ve held a number of Marketing Advisory Councils (MACs) with our top channel partners to help us evolve and steer our channel marketing programs. One topic we’ve regularly brought to the table is that of social media. I think it’s fair to say that in our first...
  • Blog Post: Forbes & Dell to Welcome Industry CMOs for a Forum on Social Media

    Marketers have social on their mind and on their wish list. A new report out this week from Awareness looks into the state of social media marketing and offered some interesting insights into what marketers want from social media, what their business objectives are, and how they measure their efforts...
  • Blog Post: What Do Dell’s New Servers Mean for Telecommunications Customers?

    I’m here at Mobile World Congress today, and I’m excited to share that today’s enterprise announcement from Dell and the launch of the new PowerEdge 12 th Generation servers comes with exciting news for the telecommunications industry. One of the Dell OEM capabilities that will be available...
  • Blog Post: Dell Weekly Recap: Dell in the News (April 26 Edition)

    Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings. TOP STORY OF THE WEEK A Shot at the 'American Dream' of Entrepreneurship – Huffington Post, April 23, 2013 A rise in the number of women-owned businesses...
  • Blog Post: Dell Weekly Recap: News & Customer Spotlight (April 12 Edition)

    Dell Weekly Recap: News & Customer Spotlight Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings. TOP STORY OF THE WEEK Putting Big Data to Work Dell masters the art of information to climb to the top, one byte...
  • Blog Post: Social Media Can Do Some Social Good this Month

    Social media can be a powerful tool for raising awareness about social issues , fundraising for charity during disasters and bringing people together in an online community to support a shared cause. That power was evident in recent efforts to coordinate disaster relief in New Zealand , for example....