As part of Dell EMC’s continued commitment to provide helpful and valuable customer support content and resources that enable you to optimize your Dell EMC products and transform your business, we invite you to explore the Dell EMC Support Video Playlist now live on YouTube.With over 400 product support videos featuring a wide variety of storage products, the Support YouTube Playlist offers highlights and insights including helpful demos, step-by-step troubleshooting tips, and technical expertise, and is updated regularly with new videos every week. The playlist also includes featured updates regarding Dell EMC’s Online Support Site and customer service programs including MyService360, and more.Check out the latest Dell EMC Support Videos now available on YouTube here.We encourage you to subscribe to the Dell EMC YouTube Channel for notifications on new video postings. Follow us @DellEMCSupport on Twitter where we feature the latest support videos daily.Have feedback? We’d love to hear it! Please feel free to submit a comment below if there are particular topics or products you’d like to see more of on the Support YouTube Playlist.Holly AndersonDell EMC Social SupportFollow us @DellEMCSupport
This year’s speakers included Ellen Pompeo, Jennifer Garner, Sharon Stone and top tech executives.https://youtu.be/dtqYe6bhWiEFor a third year, Marie Claire magazine has pulled off an impressive and inspirational ‘Power Trip’. Powered by Dell and Intel, the exclusive, invitation-only event took off from Newark airport on Monday morning, shuttling 100 influential women across the country to meet 100 of their west coast counterparts in San Francisco.This was no regular flight, as everyone on the airplane – including pilots and luggage handlers – were female. On board, the power trippers were surprised with a powerful gift: A brand new Dell Latitude 5290 2-in-1 with travel keyboard and active pen. Specifically designed to answer the needs of modern business, the 5920 offers on-the-go flexibility and secure, all-day productivity. The women excitedly used their new tech to network and share stories of their first success.After reaching the bay area, the leading ladies were bussed to a private ranch in Marin County. There, among pristine pastures and grazing cows, attendees listened to a Q&A with actress and entrepreneur Jennifer Garner. Garner talked about her organic cold-pressed baby food start-up, Once Upon a Farm: “If I was going to be part of a business, it had to speak to me,” she said.In the evening, actress and activist Sharon Stone joined Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief Anne Fulenwider for a fireside chat. The two discussed a gamut of topics, from aging in the entertainment industry to the state of the #metoo movement. Stone advised the attendees to listen to their instincts. “Women are knowers, and we have to look at people and not second guess what we know,” she said. “There are a million different ways women can create in the world that haven’t been invented yet.”On Tuesday morning, Dell hosted a panel titled ‘Power Your Big Ideas’. Coinciding with #NationalBossDay, the event’s featured speakers included Karen Plotkin, Senior Vice President at Dell, Rose Schooler, Corporate VP and General Manager at Intel, Jen Rubio, Co-Founder of Life style and luggage brand Away, and Francoise Brougher, COO of Pinterest.Plotkin discussed the opportunities for change in today’s businesses models. “Everything is ripe for disruption,” Plotkin said. “It takes tenacity…knowing it is the right thing to do and not breaking away from that.”Rubio offered an alternative, telling the crowd that disruption for disruption’s sake isn’t always a pathway to success. She urged the entrepreneurial attendees to build a business that matched their values. “Grow your business to be successful,” she told the room. “It will be the platform for all the other things you want to do.”Brougher, who has also spent time working at Google and Square, talked about ways she pushes creativity at Pinterest while providing a safe space for her staff to generate new ideas. “I think a good way to really enforce this creativity is to provide a structure,” she noted. “Creativity is unleashed when you provide a canvas.”To close out the whirlwind, 36-hour event, Marie Claire set up a fireside chat with actor/director Ellen Pompeo. The Grey’s Anatomy star has been leading the charge for equal pay in Hollywood, and recently became the highest paid actress in television. She urged the need for transparency in business and solidarity among co-workers: “As women, we need to share with each other everything we know.”
Our customers have been asking for smaller, more stable products that deliver the performance they require. We’ve listened and delivered: meet the Small and Mighty OEM client portfolio.These innovative platforms deliver the small form factors needed for unique OEM environments. And in response to your needs, we have options that deliver stability and extended life, the industrialized and rugged durability to get work done beyond traditional IT boundaries, plus the performance required for mission critical operations.Small equals powerfulAll these products are tiny and capable of being tucked away into the tightest of spots, while still packing a mighty punch and delivering the compute needed to power innovative solutions. They can squeeze into places that competitive products are unable to match, but there’s absolutely no compromise on performance. In fact, our three latest smallest form factors deliver power you’d historically only get from a full tower. This gives you the flexibility to put the product anywhere, while still benefiting from great, high-end performance graphics and storage.Growing demandWe’re continuing to see strong OEM customer demand for high performing compute in a myriad of places, where size truly matters. This trend applies across the board but is particularly prevalent in manufacturing, industrial automation, marine, healthcare, military and defense as well as video safety and security.You might be asking, why a whole client portfolio? The answer is simple. For OEMs, we know it’s never a case of one size fits all. While these products are all tiny and powered by Intel processors, they come in different form factors and are designed for different use cases.Potentially explosive and rugged environmentsFor example, some are extremely rugged and perform well in tough, hot and dusty environments. Take the Latitude 7220 EX Rugged Extreme Tablet. This tough little cookie comes with MIL-STD-810G and up to IP65 MIL-STD-461F plus ATEX certification, making it intrinsically safe for potentially explosive environments like oil refineries as well as chemical, nuclear and power plants.Retail and digital signageOur customers already love the OptiPlex 7080 XE Micro, which offers commercial grade compute in a small micro form factor, ideal for retail, manufacturing, digital signage, healthcare, cloud services or election solutions. This little beauty provides multiple monitor support, M.2 NVMe fast storage and importantly is now available as an OEM XE extended life and stable product.Kiosks and tightest enclosuresA word of warning: don’t be fooled by the size of the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra. This is a great example of the best things coming in small parcels. This device comes ultra small but offers mighty flexibility and mounting. It’s great solution for high tech, kiosks or tight enclosures, say in a shopping mall or airport, where space is at a premium – along with other innovative uses that we know our OEM customers will amaze us with.Video and securityOn the workstation front, we’ve got you covered. Supporting up to eight displays, the Precision 3440 XE SFF workstation is ideal for entry level video safety and security environments. In addition to providing dense storage, high-end graphics and high reliability, this is also available as an OEM-XE extended life and stable product.Computer visionFinally, get ready to embrace the smallest of all our workstations, the new Precision 3240 Compact. A tiny compact form factor with graphics, this industrialized product is perfect for applications on the Edge, offering OEM industrialized attributes, like extended operating temperatures plus dust filter. Think challenging environments where high-end graphics are needed. For example, computer vision on the factory floor, where the Precision can be hooked up to a high frame rate camera to visually monitor product quality on the production line.Stability and extended lifeAs mentioned above, the OptiPlex 7080 XE Micro and the Precision 3440 XE SFF are part of our new OEM XE stability, longevity and visibility offering that provides up to nine months of extended product transitions, CPU stability and six months in-advance visibility to key product changes for client products. This is an important factor in many industries, where any change in configuration could potentially mean the solution re-undergoing validation testing and certifications.Looking aheadOn size, let me clarify that we’re not on a mission to get to the smallest product possible just for the sake of it. Our focus is rather on ensuring that we deliver the right balance of size and performance. And on that point, while we’re proud of the great performance we’re able to deliver today, we’re certainly not going to rest on our laurels. As our OEM Small and Mighty client portfolio comes accelerator-enabled, those high performance levels can be further increased with the integration of new, small but very powerful hardware accelerators.We understand OEM needs and the unique industries you serve. You’ve been asking for smaller, client compute without compromising on performance. We’ve now responded with a full portfolio. So small, they’re hidden. Small is no longer just beautiful – it also packs a mighty punch and comes in a range of form factors. Because, we know no one size fits all.Interested in learning more? Watch our Small and Mighty videoLearn more about the range of OEM client solutionsStay in touch. 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APELDOORN, Netherlands (AP) — The 27-nation EU is coming under criticism for the slow rollout of its vaccination campaign. The bloc, a collection of many of the richest countries in the world, is not faring well in comparison to countries like Israel, the United Kingdom and the United States. While Israel has given at least one shot of a two-dose vaccine to over 40% of its population and that figure in Britain is 10%, the EU total stands at just over 2%. Onerous regulations and paperwork in some countries and poor planning in others have contributed to the delay, as did a more deliberate authorization process for the shots.