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Trained Tough

October 23, 2018

Introducing Dell’s New Latitude Rugged Extreme 7424 and Rugged 5424 and 5420 Laptops The world’s toughest jobs require some of the toughest training, and that very same discipline has yielded the next generation of Dell’s Rugged notebooks. Each system is tested over and over again to surpass standards and set the “toughness” bar higher. From factories to first responders, warehouse work to off-shore oil rigs, our customers need dependability, connectivity and 24/7 performance. And Dell is the only tier-1 vendor…

Power Trip 2018 Unites Influential Women, Industry Disruption and Equal Pay Discussed

October 22, 2018

This year’s speakers included Ellen Pompeo, Jennifer Garner, Sharon Stone and top tech executives. For a third year, Marie Claire magazine has pulled off an impressive and inspirational ‘Power Trip’.  Powered by Dell and Intel, the exclusive, invitation-only event took off from Newark airport on Monday morning, shuttling 100 influential women across the country to meet 100 of their west coast counterparts in San Francisco. This was no regular flight, as everyone on the airplane – including pilots and luggage…

New Dell UltraSharp Monitors Built to Foster Better Workdays, More Loyal Workers

October 19, 2018

Anyone who’s worked in an office knows the role an individual’s workspace can play in the course of their day. Just as a squeaky chair or sticky keyboard can make every day a subtle nightmare, a clean, optimized workspace puts people in the headspace to achieve stress-free productivity and deliver better customer experiences. And it’s hard to think of a workspace fixture that has a bigger effect on productivity than the monitor. Forrester 1 has found that visually appealing, productivity-enabling monitors…

Island Adventure: How One Teacher Found Connection With the Planet & Her Classroom

October 18, 2018

“We looked for harmful algal blooms – and we learned about how this is happening because of people and climate change. Fish eat these algae. Sea lions eat the fish. Scientists are seeing how harmful algae is affecting neurochemicals of the sea lions’ brains – and that was a memorable lesson for me,” says Clara Herrera, a fifth-grade teacher at Clayton Elementary School in Austin, Texas. Herrera is excited and descriptive when she talks about her recent five-day research expedition…