DELL NEWS: Status Quo Is Main Competitor In Dell Technologies’ Drive For Growth

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Michael Dell has the confidence that comes with being the sole founder of a large global technology company today. It’s the quiet confidence of a visionary who for nearly 40 years has focused fearlessly on the future and has made the big bets required to repeatedly reinvent the company that bears his name.

Dell recounts the journey in his memoir ‘Play Nice But Win,’ but spend a few minutes with Dell Technologies’ leadership team and it’s obvious that this confidence and fearlessness is shared. It’s a cornerstone of the company’s culture, and leaders like Jeff Clarke, Chuck Whitten and Allison Dew are guiding the company through yet another reinvention.

” We have a strong culture and a performance orientation and execution machine that we are very proud of,” Dell stated. The goal of any organization is [data] to achieve competitive advantage and success. This requires new capabilities, new tools and new infrastructure. We are in a unique position to assist at all levels. Reflecting on 37 years, it’s been really fun, really exciting. I think it’s all just a pre-game show for what’s about to happen for our sector and the role technology plays in enhancing and enabling human potential.”

At a time when Dell Technologies is arguably at its strongest, growing at a breakneck pace and navigating broad market challenges, Dell and his team are not interested in the status quo. They’re focused on progress, from the company’s core business, to its key growth opportunities, to the social, economic and environmental problems challenging the world, whether it’s e-waste or digital inclusion. The company has broadened its focus to be at the heart of multi-cloud, with a leading position within open ecosystems. It also plans to establish multi-billion dollar businesses in edge and telecom. According to the company, its market position, tech capabilities, and sales reach allows it to fuel growth in ways that its competitors cannot match.

We’re continuing our longstanding commitment to ethics and ultimately putting our customers in charge of their own data. That’s as core to us as the PC business.” – Allison Dew, CMO, EVP, Dell Technologies

The APEX portfolio introduced earlier this year brings Dell’s decades-long experience in tailored financial models and leading position in major hardware categories to the burgeoning as-a-Service market. APEX is expanding globally and the company has won major contracts with FedEx, GE, and DISH. APEX is being used by one of the largest health care organizations in the world to combine the cloud environment with on-premises security, data management and infrastructure.

The conversation about private and public is over, Clarke stated. It’s all about multi-cloud. Future architectures for data processing, artificial Intelligence, and machine learning are all dependent on being able to access multiple cloud services. Customers who can access multiple cloud services and place the right workloads in the correct cloud will have a competitive advantage. It’s about providing seamless solutions that enable our customers to access the various capabilities that are available in the cloud While Dell’s leaders see great momentum and enormous opportunities ahead, they also ensure that what’s best for Dell and its customers is also best for society. As the world bounces back from economic challenges and the COVID-19 pandemic, Dell’s leaders say the company is dedicated to helping customers use the data they produce to make lasting improvements in education, digital inclusion, smart cities and healthcare while combatting climate change and advocating for equality.

“We’ve seen more than ever in the last 20 months the important role that companies play in society,” Dew said. When you look at what we are doing to cultivate inclusion, advance sustainability, and the very important role that we play around digital access, you’ll see why we’re so proud of our ability to bring technology to underserved areas To help with this, Dell leadership is focused upon overcoming customer challenges such as inconsistent core operations across cloud environments, lack of workload portability across clouds, spread of data silos between multi-cloud environments, inconsistent security capabilities, and the need for one point of support. The company claims its software prowess and the continuous development and refinement its product portfolio are key to overcoming these challenges. The company made several announcements related to the edge Wednesday, including new solutions aimed at helping to link the physical world with the IT world with particular focus on customers in manufacturing, health care, financial services, transportation and retail. The company also launched several solutions and reference architectures for Telcos.

We’re not going anywhere that we don’t have the right to win. Whitten stated. Whitten stated that our right to win is based on the relationships we have with our customers, the trust we create in our core and the strategic advantages that we develop in our core. Clarke stated that much of the IT growth is built on the foundations of our core business

” The rate at which the world is digitizing is now unleashed. “We’ve spent the last 37 years preparing for this moment.”

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