This marks an exciting time for Dell, our customers and our channel partners. As a private enterprise, we will continue to execute on our strategy of amplifying partner relationships, investing more in partner training and building solutions that are better together. Watch this video to see how Dell can help you grow your current business and enter new ones.
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Dell recently unveiled a series of new initiatives, which significantly strengthens and expands its commitment to channel partners helping them profitably grow their businesses with Dell. Dell is increasing its commitment to its partners by developing a wide-ranging set of new campaigns to drive predictability, profit and opportunity for the indirect channel worldwide.
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Whether selling hardware or software or a combination of integrated solutions, you have multiple paths and profit opportunities. With five hardware competencies (Server, Storage, Networking, Desktop Virtualization Solutions, Cloud Services & Solutions) and four software competencies (Security, Data Protection, Systems Management, Information Management) and training programs, you can benefit from increased sales due to greater expertise with Dell products and solutions. Think of this guide as a tool to walk you through the competencies, training, requirements and benefits for your success.
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Migrating your enterprise to a modern Microsoft® Windows® operating system is a complex process that can strain IT resources. That’s why Dell is focused on helping customers meet the deadline of the decade: On 14 July 2015 support for Windows 2003 will cease. The strategic value to efficient Windows migration is application, hardware and deployment readiness. There are many different approaches to server migration, and Dell has the systems and expertise to determine the most efficient approach for each workload. As Microsoft’s leading Windows deployment partner, Dell has developed unique tools and proven practices to help ensure migration readiness.
In the last few years there have been radical changes in the ways organizations operate and people work. Explosion of data, increased mobile demands, and the globalization of business in general are making 24/7 access to people and information the norm. Sophisticated cyber attacks are requiring robust systems security designed to counter new threats. And velocity is now essential when delivering new IT services.
This white paper will explore the new features and benefits of Windows Server 2012 R2, as well as key considerations for moving from legacy platforms. You’ll also learn how Dell Software can help you prepare for the move, migrate content efficiently and effectively manage your new environment.
The market for converged systems is surging. In 2015, worldwide converged systems market revenue increased 8.3 percent, to hit $10.6 billion, according to IDC.1 In the fourth quarter of 2015, this market generated more than 1,500 petabytes of new storage capacity shipments, which was up nearly 27 percent from same period a year ago.
These sales trends point to a lucrative opportunity for Dell partners, including system integrators, value-added resellers, and technology partners. If you’re a Dell partner or a prospective partner, this is an ideal time to explore your opportunities to ramp up your sales of our Intel-based converged systems.
Businesses of all sizes are turning to converged systems to reduce costs by running more workloads in less space, rolling out IT services faster and streamlining IT operations with extensible lifecycle management and template-driven orchestration. Benefits like these create a compelling case for the use of converged systems—from small businesses and remote offices to large data centers and web-scale service providers.
Cloud has revolutionized computing from the desktop to the data center and, perhaps even more meaningfully, down to the mobile devices we work and play with. The cloud approach of scalable shared infrastructure has allowed customers to consider both purchasing and deploying information technology resources in more flexible, cost-effective ways. They’ve saved money and invested in only the capacity they needed and are enjoying the benefits of consolidated infrastructure. Virtualization has been at the epicenter of this revolution and has enabled racks of disparate hardware to become one. But the move to virtualization has not come without bumps in the road.
In 2012, the storage industry will see big shifts as capacity growth starts to decelerate and more data gets moved to the cloud where it can not only be stored but also analyzed in new ways to gain business insights.
Check out the latest Storage eZine from CRN to identify new opportunities in the storage market and to get suggestions on what to do when clients start asking difficult questions.
Find out how Dell's fully rugged Latitude E6420XFR, can capture information from all types of digital storage devices and cellular phones to provide law enforcement and investigative agencies with a valuable tool.