Dell meets business needs
Portfolio spreads to include storage, networking products and thin client
Dell will have a strong presence at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK as its seeks to familiarise attendees with its growing suite of enterprise solutions. The company has been busy recently, extending its portfolio beyond PCs and servers to include storage, networking products and thin client devices. “Our experts will be on hand to demonstrate how businesses can free up critical IT funds for innovation and competitive advantage through Dell’s open, flexible, reliable and secure solutions,” says Dave Brooke, general manager, Middle East, Dell.
Adriana Karaboutis, Dell’s chief information officer (CIO), will visit the exhibition and deliver a keynote on October 16 at the Cloud Confex. Dell says the keynote will be a ‘must-see’ for IT professionals looking to make significant improvements to their IT environment.
Dell’s solutions are focused around five core areas: data centre infrastructure, virtual/cloud delivery and management, storage, end user connected devices and security. Its lineup has been strengthened recently by strategic acquisitions, including SecureWorks, Compellent, Force10 Networks, SonicWALL, Wyse and, soon, Quest Software.
“We have a strong, trusted and respected brand, with a wealth of leading customers in the private and public sector,” says Brooke. “These customers have all benefited from a ‘trusted partnership’ approach, with a dedicated, diligent and extremely focused Dell account team.”
Key regional customers include King Faisal Specialist Hospital, University of Wollongong, Aramex and Sidra.