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How Will the Working World of 2030 Differ from that of Today?

February 25, 2019

Steam engines revolutionized the working world back in the late 18th century – first in England, and then in the rest of the world. This development kicked off the Industrial Age: Commercial production took a great leap forward, the mechanical production of goods ousted previously conventional ways of working, and people had to make radical adjustments accordingly. In turn, this gave rise to entirely new types of work, as well as new opportunities. Today, with the digital transformation, we once…

Empowering Women in Tech Summit 2018

February 15, 2019

The Perspektywy ‘Women in Tech Summit’ in Warsaw hosted several technology companies, including Dell EMC. These companies, as partners in the conference, brought together some of the most dedicated female professionals who offered their powerful perspective on the future of women in technology. Both Patricia Florissi (Distinguished Engineer and Vice President & Global CTO for Sales) and Anja Monrad (Senior Vice President & General Manager CEE) were warmly welcomed by hundreds of people from across the globe. The ‘Women in…

Dell and American Express Team Up to Support Small Businesses’ Tech Needs

February 6, 2019

Dell Small Business recently partnered with another big proponent of small business, American Express, to provide professionals the technology solutions to successfully run their businesses and be productive anywhere. Beginning in February 2019, American Express Business Platinum Card® Members will have access to Shop Dell benefits and receive up to $200 in annual credits to make Dell purchases. The partnership equips small business owners with the best technology and solutions to suit their business needs and growth, and enables them…

How will Gen Z push the boundaries of innovation in APJ?

January 31, 2019

The ambition to become an innovation powerhouse may soon be realized for the Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) region as a large proportion of its Generation Z – those born between 1996 and 2010 – begin to enter the workforce and leave their digital mark on the economy. In a year from now, members of Generation Z, also known as ‘Gen Z’, born after 2001 will make up almost one-third of the world’s 7.7 billion. Home to almost 60 percent of…