The Dell Latitude E6400 is a 14" laptop targeted towards businesses that need good performance, solid design, and a commonality of parts for an entire workforce. Read this Pocket E-Guide for a features and performance review of the Dell Latitude E6400.
Principled Technologies®, a third party test group, tested how Dell™ OptiPlex™ desktops running Microsoft® Windows® 7 can improve system performance, increase user efficiency and help reduce overall operating expenses. Read this paper to learn about key test results from this performance comparison.
This handbook presents best practices for moving to Microsoft's latest operating system, including assessing your organization's needs to determine whether Windows 8 is a good fit, which applications should move over, and what help is out there for your migration project and licensing.
Principled Technologies tested a new Dell Latitude XT2 laptop, running Microsoft® Windows® 7, against the older Latitude D610 and D620, both running Microsoft® Windows XP. Read this paper for a list of key performance results detailing efficiencies gained from a new Dell Latitude XT2 laptop running Microsoft® Windows® 7.
The Dell Latitude XT2 is a business-grade convertible notebook, offering multi-touch finger and digitized pen controls. Read this full NotebookReview.com review for a features and performance analysis of the Dell Latitude XT2.
IDC estimates that the average cost of deployment activities is $527 per PC, but can go as high as $700 or more depending on the time spent by IT staff and users. Reducing the cost of deployment will significantly reduce the total cost of ownership—especially in combination with cost-saving features in Microsoft Windows 7.
After investigating various options, Intel IT selected mobile PCs as the standard computing platform. Mobile business PCs, by nature, are highly portable and their robust feature set provides productivity advantage to employees, while meeting a majority of the company's diverse requirements.
While PC prices continue to fall, the total cost of using PCs remains high, when the cost of the deployment activities themselves is considered. To help companies optimize their PC deployment process, Dell has developed a series of offerings that can be used to simplify the deployment process and reduce the time needed to deploy PCs.
This document is intended for IT architects, system administrators, and developers that want to understand the details of how Oracle® Solaris and SPARC® can improve your application solution environment.