Posts Tagged ‘Dell’
Sourcefire is upping the stakes in the advanced threat security race with the launch of an appliance that touts file and device trajectory capabilities, additions that give partners new paths for high-margin forensic services.
Dell remains mired in the battle over who will control its future and what roll the PC will play in its restoration to profitability and growth. The real issue, though, is how Dell can accelerate the revenue and profitability of its enterprise products.
Security firm Triumfant is immersing itself further into a growing advanced threat market with the launch of a new monitored service, a release that will likely give solution providers a few more high-margin service opportunities as advanced threat trends continue to accelerate.
Dell seeks damages as it claims it paid over the odds for optical disk drives from Samsung, Sony, Hitachi and others.
A survey by Dell and Intel finds startups and small businesses in the U.S. that harbor a bright outlook for sales and finances in the coming year are looking to technology investments to fuel their continued growth.
Dell SonicWall is eyeing an upmarket push with the latest next generation firewall release, a move that it hopes put it more on par with legacy rivals Cisco and others.
Acer Inc.’s revenues shriveled by almost a fifth in 2013′s opening quarter but the embattled Taiwanese PC maker did manage to post a small post-tax profit after two years of losses.
The storage vendor says new overarching EMC Business Partner brand will allow all of its partners more closely with the EMC brand, hints at new partner portal and a program from spinout Pivotal.
Dell is going even deeper into cloud management with the acquisition of Enstratius Inc., whose products should mesh well with similar capabilities in Active System Manager.
Dell is scrambling to explain how one of its largest Middle East resellers managed to sell hundreds of Dell laptops, tablets and desktop PCs to the embattled Syrian government in violation of long-standing trade embargoes.