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  • Dell Latitude XT2 & Microsoft Windows 7: Better Together

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Microsoft Windows 7

    Principled Technologies tested a new Dell Latitude XT2 laptop, running Microsoft® Windows® 7, against the older Latitude D610 and D620, both running Microsoft® Windows XP. Read this paper for a list of key performance results detailing efficiencies gained from a new Dell Latitude XT2 laptop running Microsoft® Windows® 7.

  • Dell Latitude E4200 & Microsoft Windows 7: Better Together

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Microsoft Windows 7

    This paper details key performance results when comparing a new Dell Latitude E4200 laptop running Microsoft® Windows® 7 with an older Latitude D610 and D620, both running Microsoft® Windows XP.

  • PCs as Strategic Assets

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    In this paper you'll learn how managing PCs as strategic assets, streamlining processes, and buying more-capable PCs with built-in manageability that improve productivity and security, not only reduces TCO but also delivers measurable top-line benefits year after year.

  • Case Study: Healthcare I.T. at the Point of Care

    Sponsored by: CDW Healthcare

    After investing close to two years developing nursing documentation software, The Nebraska Medical Center stood poised to begin implementing this lynchpin of its patient safety focus. But first, it had to identify the right hardware solutions for its requirements. Read this white paper to learn more.

  • Acadia University Case Study: Giving Students an Advantage

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    Acadia University wanted to enable students to purchase their own laptops but needed to narrow their selection to models that would meet exacting requirements and student approval. Dell™ Latitude™ and Dell XPS™ laptops were among several models the students selected. Read this case study to learn more.

  • Aberdeen Study: Laptop Lost or Stolen? Five Questions to Ask and Answer

    Sponsored by: Intel

    For every 100 laptop PCs companies issue, 15 will never be seen again, according to this research report sponsored partly by Intel. Five will be lost or stolen (one recovered) and 11 will simply vanish, leaving companies stuck for millions of dollars in compromised data alone.

  • Thin Clients: A New Dawn, or a Setting Sun?

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Company and Intel

    This presentation transcript features industry analysts Brian Madden and Gabe Knuth as they take a deeper look into thin client computing for today’s IT environment.  Find out how this technology has evolved throughout the years and learn how it fits in a world of $300 PCs and netbooks.

  • Presentation Transcript: Leveraging Rugged Systems to Meet the Needs of Your Mobile Computing Environment

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    Rugged notebooks have improved tremendously over the past few years and more and more companies are using these durable computers to meet their business needs. This presentation transcript discusses the latest trends and features in using rugged systems for your mobile workforce.

  • Pocket E-Guide Review: Dell Latitude XT2 Review

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    The Dell Latitude XT2 is a business-grade convertible notebook, offering multi-touch finger and digitized pen controls. Read this full NotebookReview.com review for a features and performance analysis of the Dell Latitude XT2.

  • Pocket eGuide Review: Dell Latitude E6400 XFR

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    In this review we put the Dell Latitude E6400 XFR through a battery of tests, to see how well it stands up against other fully-rugged notebooks.

  • Pocket E-Guide Review: Dell Latitude E6400

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    The Dell Latitude E6400 is a 14" laptop targeted towards businesses that need good performance, solid design, and a commonality of parts for an entire workforce. Read this Pocket E-Guide for a features and performance review of the Dell Latitude E6400.

  • Pocket E-Guide Review: Dell Latitude E4300

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    The Dell Latitude E4300 is Dell's most powerful ultraportable machine released to date. This 13.3" notebook is powered by low voltage Intel Core 2 Duo processors and boasts an incredible battery life with no compromises in performance. Read the following review from NotebookReview.com.

  • Strengthening Enterprise Security through Notebook Encryption

    Sponsored by: Intel Corporation

    Implementing notebook computer encryption is significantly less costly than the potential expense of one data breach. Read this paper to learn why Intel recommends adopting notebook encryption and how to implement it in a cost-effective manner.

  • Proactive PC Support Improves Service and Lowers Total Cost of Ownership

    Sponsored by: Intel Corporation

    Read this brief paper to learn about a new IT support delivery tool that reduces response time, boosts employee satisfaction and decreases operating costs. Reduce total cost of ownership using Intel's self-service PC Health Check utility.

  • Extended Battery Service

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    Extended Battery Service gives you the flexibility to extend the terms of your laptop battery coverage for the remainder of your laptop's Limited Warranty, up to three years.

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