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Founded in 2007, the Dell TechCenter community is maintained by a full time,dedicated team of Dell employees with technical expertise. Additionally, dozens of Dell Engineers contribute to TechCenter on a daily basis.
Feel free to browse the TechCenter and engage us through the community or via Twitter, YouTube, Linkedin, Facebook, or email, as we all work hard to make this a true community site.
You can also register to become a member today in order to comment in the forums and receive our monthly Dell TechCenter IT Bulletin newsletter.
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Anyone who is curious about Dell Enterprise technologies can benefit from the Dell TechCenter. We get tens of thousands of hits a month, and have readers all around the world. In fact, we just launched Dell TechCenter sites for our Japanese ,Chinese , and German speaking customers. Most TechCenter readers work in IT, whether their server environment is in a small server room or a large dataceter.
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A Dell My Account consists of the email address and password associated with your Dell account.
This allows you to log in and update your contact information, update subscriptions, see order history, save carts, etc. It’s your one stop account for all things Dell.
The Community Username is displayed publicly when you are posting in the community areas such as on forums, wikis and commenting on Dell blogs.
Dell My Account = email, password
Community Username = username (links to the Dell My Account database by an email address)
How do I create an account? You will need to have a Dell My Account and Community Username.