Dell World -- Looking to a bright future
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Dell World — Looking to a bright future

Day one of the second Dell World got underway in Austin, TX this morning. Over 6000 people have gathered to discuss the future of IT as seen from a Dell perspective.

Mobile devices came in for a lot of attention because on January 6 hordes of people are going to arrive at the office looking to have their new mobile device..Smartphone, Tablet or Hybrid device interface with the company network. Dell has the technology to connect these devices to the office infrastructure securely…but realistically it may not happen ┬áin your office tomorrow so if you get a new device for Christmas don’t expect it will be able to connect to your office network right away.

But Mobile wasn’t the only focus the opening conference Dell Founder and CEO Michael Dell said the company is confident about the future of the PC especially in the enterprise.

Later Michael Dell told me he is optimistic about PCs in the enterprise but Dell also sees a promising future for the consumer PC…he remarked the company is already noticing strong growth in Windows 8 PCs especially those with touch screens.

Watch for more on Dell World this week as well as my usual news and reviews.



Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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