Dell Technologies

Leading with empathy and intent key in a hybrid work future: Dell Technologies - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

CXOs

Leading with empathy and intent key in a hybrid work future: Dell Technologies

Experts also recommend organisations to create a thoughtful hybrid work structure and make culture-building deliberate.
 PC shipment still growing but tapering off, IDC says - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

News

PC shipment still growing but tapering off, IDC says

"The market faces mixed signals as far as demand is concerned," says IDC.
Worldwide server market grew by 12% y-o-y in 1Q2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

News

Worldwide server market grew by 12% y-o-y in 1Q2021

The biggest gains were enjoyed by the so-called “volume” servers market segment
D-Wave promises to bring Singapore into the quantum age - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

News

D-Wave promises to bring Singapore into the quantum age

D-Wave is the world’s first commercial provider of quantum computers.
Dell invests $66 million in Singapore in Innovation Hub, the first of its kind outside US - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Innovation

Dell invests $66 million in Singapore in Innovation Hub, the first of its kind outside US

Dell has invested into a $50 million Global Innovation Hub in Singapore, with $23 million in this year alone.
Quantum computing to edge near mainstream this year: Dell - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Quantum computing to edge near mainstream this year: Dell

This is the first year that researchers with no prior access can enter a simulator to learn quantum computing languages.
8 in 10 Singapore employees prefer to work from home, but are employers equally keen?  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Future of the economy

8 in 10 Singapore employees prefer to work from home, but are employers equally keen?

Only 39% of Singaporean respondents felt that their employers were fully supportive of long-term work.

Covid-19

Microsoft joins Apple, HP in scrapping outlooks on virus

As component makers and tech-gadget assembly companies in China continue to face production slowdowns due to quarantines and shuttered factories, U.S. technology companies are reported to be scrambling for alternatives.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Only 4% of Singapore businesses are digital leaders: Dell

SINGAPORE (Oct 10): Only 4% of businesses in Singapore can be considered digital leaders while more than half are digital followers and digital laggards, meaning that they are either moving too slowly or don’t even have a digital plan in place, accordin
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