Hardware and software upgrades can lead to a better hybrid cloud experience
"You can see the change happening all around you. The enterprise has rapidly adopted a hybrid cloud model, and with good reason, as 90% of modern server environment operators report increased value/effectiveness from hybrid cloud initiatives versus just 62% of those running legacy server shops.
Are you relying on older hardware and software to run your future? It can be tempting to remain comfortable with 'good enough results' from old IT infrastructure, but you might be limiting performance, flexibility and successful business outcomes, instead of venturing into the next evolution of IT and your business..."
Our customers have been asking for smaller, more stable products that deliver the performance they require. We've listened and delivered: meet the Small and Mighty OEM client portfolio.
"These innovative platforms deliver the small form factors needed for unique OEM environments. And in response to your needs, we have options that deliver stability and extended life, the industrialized and rugged durability to get work done beyond traditional IT boundaries, plus the performance required for mission critical operations.
Small equals powerful
All these products are tiny and capable of being tucked away into the tightest of spots, while still packing a mighty punch and delivering the compute needed to power innovative solutions. They can squeeze into places that competitive products are unable to match, but there's absolutely no compromise on performance. In fact, our three latest smallest form factors deliver power you'd historically only get from a full tower. This gives you the flexibility to put the product anywhere, while still benefiting from great, high-end performance graphics and storage..."
In my first week back at Dell Technologies, I'm excited to have this opportunity to address the partner community. Please see my letter below.
"I'm humbled and honored to begin a new chapter as Dell Technologies' Global Channel Chief. What you've built here is nothing short of incredible - in FY20, you brought in $52B in orders revenue and over 70,000 new and reactivated customers! If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that you're on a roll. It's my job to empower you to keep our collective momentum going..."
'Massively disruptive,' 'a game changer,' and 'will redefine industries' are just some of the phrases used over the last year by market researchers to describe the potential of edge computing.
"According to Gartner, by the year 2025, 75% of all data will be processed at the edge.
What implications does this have for companies designing solutions today? How have solution builders embraced edge computing now, and how are they shifting their business models to prepare for the expected influx of edge data processing needs in the near future?..."
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