- Dell Technologies delivers PC and IT infrastructure innovation across edge, core data centers and public clouds while shifting 90% of its global team to work remotely
- The company modernizes its infrastructure portfolio with Dell EMC PowerStore, PowerScale and PowerFlex
- The company expands hybrid cloud capabilities with Dell Technologies Cloud and ruggedized VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) for edge environments
- Dell Technologies customers grow in spite of an ever-changing landscape
Shaping the digital future
Dell Technologies’ customers are using the company’s technology and services to improve business and society.
Medacist, an innovator in drug diversion analytics, recently launched its SaaS-based offering called Genesis, an AI-powered platform that ingests and analyzes data from healthcare information systems to identify abnormalities to detect drug diversion. Using Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, PowerScale storage, CloudIQ for storage monitoring, and PowerProtect DD, Medacist was able to reduce data computation time from 24 hours to five minutes.
Informing future innovations
While the first six months of 2020 have led CIOs to reassess their IT spend, experts expect companies to invest approximately (U.S.) $3.4 trillion on IT this year. According to the 2020 Dell Technologies Digital Transformation Index, companies have sped their rate of technology adoption during the current business climate. In just a few months, 80% of businesses have fast-tracked at least some digital transformation programs.
“As the world has navigated a difficult and uncertain year, it has become crystal clear that technology has never been more important or impactful,” said Clarke. “During 2020, we’ve seen organizations increase their adoption of technologies that will shape the next decade.”
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