Dell released the Dell Future Ready Economies Model, which was developed by IHS Economics in partnership with Dell. The model measures how well an economy is positioning itself for innovation and growth. By studying Future Ready Economies and their attributes, cities, businesses and people can create policies and strategies that will enable their region to prosper and achieve strong economic health.
PASS Summit 2015 is almost upon us, and this year will be bigger than ever, over 240 technical sessions, 18 pre-conference seminars, and over 70 hours of dedicated networking time. Here's what to keep an eye on.
Dell announced new offerings to its end-to-end big data and analytics portfolio designed to help customers turn all data into insights for better decision making.
Last time we talked about a few areas where an admin can bring a lot of value to the table such as revenue, business intelligence, and more. It’s easy to overlook a lot of these areas, but they’re important to think about as you determine exactly what you’ll say to get the resources you need, whether its headcount, budget, or approval on new hardware or software purchases. Once you’ve thought about where you provide value, it’s time to put together a knock-their-socks-off pitch. Here’s how.
IT systems are a crucial business enabler, which isn’t something to take lightly. Though these systems are so essential, a lot of decision-makers don’t invest as much in them as they should, which might leave an IT admin with huge list of requirements to meet on a shoestring budget and with limited staff. If doing your job effectively means you need more resources, here are some things that will help you make your case.