Happy Monday, Austin. We hope your weekend was a great one.
As you ease back into the work week, here’s a look at some of the tech-related stories making news around the Internet today:
Pondering Dell’s future
Is Dell Technologies still struggling to find its footing as a true end-to-end technology company? According to Forbes magazine, the answer is yes. In a piece about the Round Rock-based tech giant, Forbes contributor Jason Bloomberg writes that Dell’s enterprise customer base “is largely in a state of transformation – the digital transformation that promises to turn such behemoths into customer-focused, software-empowered organizations.”
The story continues: “Dell’s challenge, however, is connecting the dots: how might this storage device or that server facilitate a customer-focused transformation among its largest customers?”
It’s an thoughtful piece that raises some interesting questions about what the future holds for Dell Technologies.
Microsoft’s Build conference underway
Microsoft's Build developer conference kicks off today. The event is expected to give some insights into the tech company’s priorities and long-term vision. There are a variety of preview stories out there, including from The Verge, Tech Crunch and CNet. All have some intriguing thoughts about what the conference might tell us about Microsoft’s direction.
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