PHOTO - Varinderjit Singh, managing director for consumer & commercial, Malaysia & Singapore, Dell.
As part of global move to offer customers a more complete portfolio in today's IT environment, technology solutions firm Dell Malaysia, said it is providing 'End-point to Data Centre' solutions to Malaysian customers.
Dell managing director for consumer & commercial, Malaysia & Singapore, Varinderjit Singh said customers who were concerned about vendor stability could now get 'one-stop shopping' - from the desktop and edge of the network, to the data centre from Dell.
Singh said data management, desktop virtualisation, endpoint security and other key initiatives required a combination of end-user devices and complementary services, software and solutions to effectively solve customer problems. "Dell today offers the strongest portfolio of complete IT solutions in the company's history. Organic and inorganic investments over the past several years have enabled Dell to provide the hardware, software and services that meet the needs of consumers and every kind of enterprise customer, with solutions ranging from the endpoint to the data centre to the cloud."
He said that Dell's experience in end-user devices, including notebooks, desktops, workstations, smartphones, and tablets, provided a direct understanding of consumer and business trends. "Dell's Alienware, Inspiron, Latitude, OptiPlex, Precision, Vostro and XPS end-user computing products are important tools for consumers, businesses and public organisations."
"To sustain their business growth and stability, Dell offers customers comprehensive migration services that fully support multi-vendor environments including image management, asset recovery and managed deployment," said Singh, adding that Dell's collaboration with channel partners helped to deliver global solutions. "Dell solutions go beyond the 'box' to help companies manage the full scope of their lifecycle."
"Dell's commitment to the full-range of IT solutions, from the end-user device to the data centre and surrounding services, is more important than ever before," he said. "With fast growing trends like desktop virtualisation, data access and mobility, security, and cloud, our customers want an IT partner who is committed to innovating and investing in end-user devices as well as services and solutions.
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