Posts tagged “Dell”
Dell demonstrates customers can influence the trend, yet IDC says shipping IT jobs out of the US is 'permanent.' The solution is not protectionism but more reliance on innovation and entrepreneurship, says Morgan Stanley chief economist.
<b>Going Deep:</b> Significant value can be created by returning to customized or personalized products if the economies of mass production are retained at the same time. This concept could apply to software, too.
'The purple box' will be manufactured and sold by Arrow Electronics. Oculan also makes move into storage networks, expands product line to handle large enterprise networks.
<b>The Yates Perspective:</b> Our challenge as a region is to bring a growing wealth of human resources together and make them available to tech companies. It's not an easy task, but we're making progress.
More than 500 people turn out to hear Fiorina's upbeat talk at Information Technology Charlotte luncheon. <b>Plus:</b> McColl Garella plan Growth Forum. <b>And:</b> Events, events, events.
Pittsboro company buys open source network management tool. Sortova founder Tarus Balog joins Blast.
Three machines have been moved, including one scheduled to ship back to IBM. More than 20 jobs were cut as well. NCSU and UNC each get a supercomputer. But is grid computing the answer for North Carolina's long-term research needs?
Richard Florida's 'Memphis Manifesto' message: All communities need to listen to and cultivate the talented creative people they already have living in their region, writes Jim Roberts.
'The entire leadership team is key to the success of culture change. The entire team must buy-in to the effort and guide the change. If this team is not committed to the change, then they must be replaced,' writes Bob Broda.
Sales and services groups of two companies to work more closely. HP to expand use of Red Hat Linux across server lines.
Count-terrorism agent among the nearly 20 speakers lined up for two-day event in March. Panel discussions focus on challenges and opportunities in technology, government and global markets issues.
Investors' conference produces an inside look at many of NC's best technology and life science firms. The day demonstrates quite a bit of potential for discovery, development - and growth.