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PowerEdge Server Upgrade Considerations for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) face a unique set of challenges when it comes to server upgrades. Balancing timing, budgets, and limited IT resources is crucial. Key considerations include not only the cost of servers but also software licenses, housing, and IT support. SMBs must carefully assess their current and future needs to select a hardware solution that aligns with their workloads. Investing wisely in server solutions can better support employees and ensure long-term success.

Drive Powerful AI Insights with an Open Ecosystem

With GenAI and other advanced applications on the rise, chip technology is becoming more powerful and sophisticated. But proprietary systems, at the foundational level, have created barriers for developers on the front line. This is about to change. Dell Technologies and AMD are working together to accelerate your capabilities with infrastructure solutions built on open-source technologies. Running the AMD Instinct™ MI300X accelerator and the AMD Radeon Open Compute (ROCm™) open software platform on the Dell PowerEdge XE9680 Server provides you with a powerful ecosystem option — an open path forward — to spark opportunity and unleash your potential.

Improve PC app performance, battery charging, and end-user experiences with Dell Optimizer

Artificial intelligence (AI) has an image problem—only 9 percent of Americans believe AI will cause more good than harm. This is inconsistent with the reality of AI and machine learning, which is already improving our lives with real-time traffic and weather maps, voice recognition, and recommendation algorithms. Dell Optimizer is AI-based optimization software that, like the AI mentioned above, has the potential to make life better. With the user’s permission, a collection of Dell™ Optimizer features learn device behavior patterns and dynamically configure the appropriate system settings to improve the end-user experience. Our technicians ran industry-standard benchmarks that revealed Dell Optimizer application and network optimization features improved system responsiveness on a Dell Latitude™ 9430 laptop and a Dell OptiPlex™ 7400 all-in-one (AIO) desktop. For the Latitude 9430 laptop, we also determined that the ExpressCharge™ feature reduced battery recharging times, the Intelligent Audio feature reduced background noise during a Zoom call, and the presence detection settings worked like a charm. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®.

Equipping the Future Workspace

The relationship between the physical office and employees has reached a huge inflection point. The rise of hybrid and remote work has turned the relationship between workers and offices on its head. Employees now expect more than a desk and a cubicle, or even a flexible work-at-home policy. The hybrid work revolution has sparked a change in the way organizations plan, design, and equip their spaces, giving employees the tools they need to achieve their best work. And it’s not just about comfort and flexibility. Tomorrow’s office layouts will encourage both group and individual creativity, enabled by hardware and technology. More people are accepting hybrid work arrangements, where they split their time between the office and home, but they still yearn for a sense of connection, belonging, and meaning in their careers.1 Creating office neighborhoods and improving video conferencing are just two examples of emerging ways to improve the quality of both digital and physical interactions, making workers feel more creative, comfortable, and collaborative. The growth of hybrid and remote work is enabled and improved by technology. So the time is now for companies to start evaluating what they need to carry them forward. From enhanced collaborative monitors to the latest in ergonomic tech, the right equipment is critical to making tomorrow’s workforce feel included, important, and productive. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel vPro® platform, Built for Business.

How the way we work will change the Office of the Future

The shift towards hybrid work is about more than practicalities like convenience and cost efficiency. Employees, managers, and executives alike are now re-imagining not just how and when they work, but the intrinsic meaning of work itself. And with that comes a deeper examination of how the physical surroundings of an office space can and should evolve. This fundamental assessment of what an office should be is happening in parallel with myriad innovations in technology, equipment, and design. Things like augmented reality (AR) and neighborhood design are propelling organizations towards manifesting the office of the future in the not-too-distant future. Individual employees, leaders, managers, and contributors have never felt so empowered in how they engage with their work on a mental and physical level. With the rise of hybrid work, offices are not in direct competition with people’s homes. Organizations that can embrace this new worldview open up new possibilities for how they create their office spaces. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

Designing the Ideal Digital Work Experience for the Next Generation of Innovators

This eBook discusses user expectations for their digital work experience (i.e., experiences related to devices, collaboration tools, applications, and hybrid work scenarios employees have access to in the course of doing their jobs). In particular, this eBook explores differences in the attitudes and preferences observed between different generations of workers. These differences were quantified by a large-scale global survey of knowledge workers, IT decision makers, and HR stakeholders. When you read this eBook, you will: • Learn how preferences related to devices differ among end-users by demographics, including the sustainability of the devices they use, the desire for user input on device specifications, and work styles preferred (i.e., in-office versus hybrid), among other topics. • Understand why it is critical for organizations to adjust to these preferences to win the war for talent. • Finally, see that while differences exist, shifting digital work strategies to cater to younger workers will resonate broadly and, ultimately, improve the experience for all workers. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

Achieving pervasive security above, within and below the OS

Executive summary • Keeping business data secure is a challenging task, complicated by the proliferation of endpoints operating outside of the organizational network and the constant evolution of threat vectors • Dell and Intel’s decades long co-enablement relationship is founded on their commitment to keeping commercial customer networks secure • Our holistic approach to security employs software-based, “above the OS” protections against traditional attacks, silicon-based protections from Intel, and hardware-based, “below the OS” capabilities that help defend against attacks targeting the deepest levels of a device • In addition to this approach, Dell and Intel have invested in practices and policies to continually help secure platforms once they are out in the market and subject to attack from malicious actors Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

How Organizations Drive Employee Empowerment and Business Results with Leading Digital Work Technology

All organizations have had to accelerate their digital workforce strategies to survive global disruption. But change is a constant, as is the need for organizations to continuously optimize their teams’ productivity. Whether adapting to current and future employees’ work preferences, ensuring a resilient workforce strategy that is adaptable to future changes, or attempting to differentiate themselves to win the war for customers and talent, organizations must continue to focus on delivering a modern user experience to employees. In this hyper-distributed world, the future belongs to innovators equipped to adapt and thrive wherever new opportunities are. Work is no longer tied to location, as the delivery of fluid, hybrid experiences has gone from a luxury to essential to maintain operations and now is the new normal expected among workers. People need to be confident and productive working from anywhere. Delivering a modern user experience is essential to enable the borderless innovation and collaboration that will build your organization's next breakthrough. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

Modern IT experiences with predictable costs – PCAAS whitepaper

With Dell PCaaS, organizations have the benefit of relying on a trusted provider to simplify the daily burden of PC lifecycle management and modernize the employee experience at the same time - Structure subscriptions as predictable per user per month pricing with no upfront costs. - Enhance efficiencies with proactive insights across deployment, security, management and support. - Offer flexible and sustainable technology rotation that aligns with a circular economy. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

Forrester: The Total Economic Impact of Dell PC As A Service

With an increase in the variety of devices available to organizations and the workstyles of the employees who use them, management of the device lifecycle is more complicated and expensive than it has ever been, especially in light of the recent global trend of remote or flexible work. IT organizations must support a wide range of device and technology options to an increasingly dispersed and mobile workforce while maintaining low user disruption, all amid cost uncertainty. The rise of subscription services for traditional IT categories, such as devices, known to Forrester as device as a service (DaaS), shifts employee device purchasing from a one-time fixed cost to a continuous expenditure, an initiative that can improve digital employee experience while offering budget, hiring, and project flexibility to the IT organization. Dell Technologies commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Dell PCaaS.2 The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Dell PCaaS on their organizations. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

Sustainable Devices for Positive Impact

With global warming increasing temperatures at an accelerated rate, that message, from the United Nations, couldn’t be any clearer. Individuals and entire organizations, consumers and governments, corporations and business leaders—everyone needs to find a way to come together and commit to environmental sustainability. But what does sustainability actually look like? What can a person or an organization do today to truly make a difference when it comes to climate action? We’ve asked these questions ourselves at Dell Technologies, and decided the answer lies in driving innovation while holding ourselves truly accountable for our own impact. For us, sustainability means developing technology solutions in ethically and environmentally responsible ways. It also means working with our partners and customers to help them achieve their own sustainability goals Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

Creating the Sustainable IT Department

IT leaders have a key role to play in the push for environmental sustainability. What’s good for people and for the planet is also good for your organization’s bottom line. As environmental sustainability and climate action continue to set organizations apart, few business maxims seem more applicable.  Everything in the world is connected. Companies that ignore this do so at their own peril. It’s more important than ever for organizations to prioritize initiatives that help them achieve their sustainability goals. It’s what customers, partners, and investors expect—and you need to have a clear strategy for success.   In the pages that follow you’ll learn why IT departments in particular are perfectly positioned to lead the way. You’ll learn how your technologies and infrastructure can have an outsized impact on your company’s carbon footprint, and you’ll see that careful IT planning and procurement is where your organization’s path to sustainability should begin. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel®

Créer un département IT durable

Les responsables IT ont un rôle fondamental à jouer en faveur d’un environnement durable.  Ce qui est bon pour les humains et la planète l’est aussi pour les résultats de votre organisation.   À l’heure où les actions visant à préserver l’environnement et le climat continuent de faire des organisations des acteurs à part, peu de maximes professionnelles semblent plus indiquées que celle-ci.   Dans le monde, tout se tient. Les entreprises qui négligent cette évidence le font à leurs risques et périls. Les organisations doivent plus que jamais privilégier les projets qui les aideront à atteindre leurs objectifs de développement durable. C’est ce que leurs clients, leurs partenaires et leurs investisseurs attendent d’elles. Vous devez donc impérativement disposer d’une stratégie claire pour réussir.   Dans les pages suivantes, vous découvrirez pourquoi les départements IT sont particulièrement bien placés pour montrer la voie. Vous verrez comment vos technologies et votre infrastructure peuvent avoir un impact démultiplié sur l’empreinte carbone de votre entreprise et vous constaterez qu’une planification et une stratégie d’achat IT rigoureuses sont un point de départ idéal sur la voie du développement durable. En savoir plus sur les solutions Dell Technologies optimisées par Intel®

Der Wandel zur nachhaltigen IT-Abteilung

Was gut für die Menschheit und den Planeten ist, wirkt sich auch positiv auf den Nettogewinn Ihres Unternehmens aus. Durch die Tatsache, dass ökologische Nachhaltigkeit und Klimaschutzmaßnahmen Unternehmen einen Vorsprung verschaffen, rücken einige unternehmerische Grundsätze stärker in den Vordergrund. Die ganze Welt ist vernetzt. Unternehmen, die diese Erkenntnis ignorieren, gefährden sich selbst. In der Geschäftswelt ist es wichtiger denn je, Initiativen zu priorisieren, die die Umsetzung eigener Nachhaltigkeitsziele unterstützen. Genau das erwarten Kunden- und Partnerunternehmen sowie Investoren, sodass es einer klaren Erfolgsstrategie bedarf. Auf den folgenden Seiten erfahren Sie, warum insbesondere IT-Abteilungen in diesem Prozess eine Vorreiterrolle einnehmen. Wir erläutern, wie sich Ihre Technologien und Ihre Infrastruktur maßgeblich auf den CO2-Fußabdruck Ihres Unternehmens auswirken können. Außerdem erfahren Sie, warum eine durchdachte IT-Planung und -Beschaffung die ersten Schritte zu einem nachhaltigen Unternehmen sind. Weitere Informationen zu Lösungen von Dell Technologies powered by Intel®

Sustainability Starts Here: Accelerating Sustainable IT Programs With As-A-Service Models

IT sustainability is a priority but not yet a core capability for most firms. In November 2021, Dell commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate how companies can leverage as-a-service models to achieve sustainability goals. Forrester conducted an online survey with 502 decision-makers in sustainability at global companies to explore this topic. Respondents said they believe bridging the gap between establishing and accomplishing IT sustainability goals requires a new class of specialized infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider. Nearly three in four respondents said their firm needs the assistance of a third-party partner to achieve its sustainability goals. And although nearly four in five said their firm has a solid sustainability plan featuring a wide-ranging set of cost-saving and carbon-reduction initiatives, fewer than half said their firm is on track to meet its goals. Respondents said the as-a-service model aids in sustainability and that it could provide their firms with multiple advantages, including: • Reducing sustainability-related management costs (40%). • Reducing overall e-waste generation (45%). • Lowering the cost of managing end-of-life equipment (39%). Download to find out more.


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