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Responsibility in the Next Decade

November 12, 2019

We know the world is facing challenges today that are complicated, multilayered and can sometimes seem insurmountable.  However, in the face of this, I remain optimistic about our future. I believe in the transformative power of passionate people, who when equipped with technology can create real change and material outcomes for society. I witness this every day. Whether formal or informal, I see the efforts of thousands of Dell Technologies team members, customers and partners across the globe having incredible…

Transparency – The Critical Trust Enabler

Various consumer privacy laws (such as GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act) recognizes transparency as a core principle of data protection.  Simply stated, transparency is related to the fair processing principle and processing can only be fair if it takes place in a transparent manner. However, transparency is only relevant if it is meaningful.  In practice, this means that a business will need to clearly communicate to their users about their data collection practice, which is usually in the…

Building a More Representative Workforce

Earlier today, we proudly announced Dell Technologies’ ambitious social impact goals we’ll work to achieve by 2030. A critical aspect of the plan to advance progress, both within society and within our four walls, centers on cultivating inclusion: By 2030, 50% of our global workforce and 40% of our leaders will be women Current state is 30.4% overall and 23.4% of leaders. By 2030, 25% of our U.S. workforce and 15% of our leaders will be black/African American and Hispanic/Latino…

The Road to 2030 Must Be Circular

America Recycles Day is this Friday, and each year we celebrate by hosting recycling drives on our campuses around the country. Each year I’m amazed at what we collect to repurpose: used computers, cell phones, eyeglasses, pet items, tennis shoes. Whether reused in current form or broken down into component parts, the materials get a second life. And it seems simple to us as consumers. We drop off a product and someone else handles the rest. We don’t always see…