Dell founder Michael Dell has said his company will sharpen its focus on the enterprise market, adding that it should no longer be considered as a "consumer PC" business. Dell told the Wall Street Journal...
Moving to remanufactured laptops could save the UK a million tonnes of carbon and £1bn a year, says Circular Computing
Because the reconditioned units reuse much of the original device, emissions, water and raw materials are significantly reduced, with costs 40 per cent less
Scheme to distribute Dell devices to shools in most need begins this month
Agencies must strike a balance between innovation and durability in creating products that are crisis-resilient, says Andrew Dunbar
After looking at the history of the mainframe, how you're using it, why you might replace it and how to do so, we're now asking - how do you bring it all together?
There are several strategies a company that relies on mainframes today can adopt – from the permissive to the aggressive.