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CrowdStrike and Dell Technologies announced a new strategic alliance to help organizations prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats with frictionless and cost-effective offerings. The alliance entails targeted offerings for businesses of all sizes.

Through the new strategic alliance, organizations can manage cyber threats and protect their endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data. The CrowdStrike Falcon platform is available to purchase today with volume licensing to help medium and large enterprises as well as public sector organizations consolidate spend, platforms and contracts while meeting security and compliance needs. CrowdStrike will also be available across a broad set of Dell offerings, including with the purchase of Dell commercial PCs in the coming months.

Schools that successfully adopted 1-to-1 learning before the pandemic operationalized their approach using a variety of tactics

When the United States first confronted the perils associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, school leaders took urgent action to ensure learning could continue at home by equipping their students and staff with laptops and tablets, scaling the number of school systems that could function in a one-to-one learning environment. As a March 2022 survey illustrates, the number of districts equipping their learners with anytime, anywhere access skyrocketed.

Dell Technologies helps customers navigate the complexities of hybrid work, multicloud and the edge.

Last week we announced our Q4 and full-year fiscal 2023 financial results. We had another strong year with record profitability in a challenging environment. I want to thank our customers and partners who trusted us with their business. We delivered record full-year revenue of $102.3 billion, up 1%. We continue to be #1 in servers and storage, and we expect to gain one or more basis points in mainstream server and storage revenue when IDC CY22 results come out this month. In PCs, we gained more than 140 bps of commercial PC unit share in CY22 - our 10th consecutive year of share gains.

Dell's Private Wireless Program offers choice and flexibility with pre-validated solutions for network operators and enterprises.

Exciting, high-growth Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) use cases will create new outcome opportunities for enterprises and communication service providers (CSPs). Various segments, including connected machinery, oil and gas, energy smart grids already rely on 4G and 5G private networks to securely provide these and other innovative services.

This enterprise innovation cycle will require focus, strategic planning and investments. Companies all over the world are looking at private wireless as part of their horizontal 'innovation fabric.' They want it to be secure, reliable, easy to operate and future-proof to support new use cases to come.


Attending Dell Technologies World 2023? Find out which Dell APEX and multicloud sessions to put on your shortlist.

Our goal in 2023 is to help organizations transform ideas into innovation, faster-and nowhere does that come to life more richly than at Dell Technologies World. From May 22-25, we'll be spending three days with our customers, partners and peers at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada, sharing plans for the coming year, learning from one another and innovating together. Helping organizations embrace multicloud by design is an important way we're doing all of that and more.

Unlock five key benefits when you pair Dell commercial PCs with Intel vPro and VMware Workspace ONE.

As the workforce becomes more distributed, the challenges of managing and securing a PC fleet have intensified. Managing remote PCs has become the norm, creating new hurdles for IT teams, such as needing to remotely troubleshoot, re-image or restore. But capabilities are limited when a PC is turned off or the operating system is not functioning.

These challenges can not only lead to significant blind spots and vulnerabilities across IT environments, but also inefficiencies for IT teams and users. To bridge these challenges, Dell Technologies, Intel and VMware worked together to introduce a new integration across Dell commercial PCs with Intel vPro and VMware Workspace ONE.

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