Cybercrime on an upward spiral
Analysts reckon that Dell has been gradually transitioning from a PC-centric vendor to a portfolio technology company that offers enterprise to consumer solutions. Its acquisitions over the past five years have added storage, networking, software and professional services to its portfolio, putting it on par with competitors such as Hewlett-Packard and IBM.
Dell has been trying to boost profit margins by focusing on being an one-stop-shop for business customers and increasing exposure in enterprise solutions offerings and making its presence felt in mobile security and cloud solutions segment. “Security is still a big, big issue for everyone,” says Marvin. “Companies want to go with lesser number of vendors or one vendor who has end-to-end solution since managing 10 different vendors for 10 different specifications is difficult and expensive. With companies moving over to cloud computing, the responsibility to manage the moving over phase comes down to the one vendor the company relies on. Our cloud computing technology is economical and saves time in the ever fast moving world where new products and technologies are being invented every day,” he adds.
Martin says that enterprises of all sizes face increasing challenges in maintaining effective IT security, from the exponential growth of data and rapid adoption of cloud-based solutions, to the increased presence of consumer devices brought into the enterprise environment. “SonicWall expands Dell’s rapidly growing
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