Notebooks and other devices intended for use in corporate enterprise aren’t a simple matter of simply snagging them off the shelf at your local tech supplier. On the surface, it sounds like a simple task to simply buy a PC off the shelf, after all, how hard can it be to click a button to have it shipped to your office? There’s quite a bit more to factor in than specifications alone and free shipping though.
A commercial PC or desktop needs to be made of sterner stuff and needs far more rigorous safeguards built-in from the ground up on the hardware and firmware level to make it more robust against tampering, misuse as well as to ensure that sensitive corporate information isn’t going to go walkabout – features that Dell’s latest line-up of commercial PCs offers in multiple different form factors.
For the latest generation of Dell commercial PCs, Dell has added in their new Data Guardian protocols that enhances enforcement and controls beyond a company’s existing security network that allows administrators to securely manage common file formats, add on-screen watermarks and control file usage and sharing. Dell has also added their Dell Encryption tech that supports the U.S NSA’s Commercial Solutions for Classified Programme which uses two layers of encryption to address emergent quantum computing code breaking threats.
Among the new offerings available from Dell include the new Dell Precision 7730 and 7530 mobile workstations that come with the latest 8th Gen Intel Core and Xeon processors, AMD Radeon WX and NVIDIA Quadro graphics and, in the case of the 7530, the industry’s first ‘Ready for VR’ workstation.
Also launched was Dell’s line-up of Latitude notebooks that epitomise portability on account of compact form factors blended with long battery life. The new Dell Latitude 5491 and 5591 are 30% smaller than their predecessors and can deliver up to 19 hours of battery life while sporting the latest 8th gen Intel i5 or i7 processors, NVIDIA Graphics and a host of storage options depending on procurement requirements.
On the desktop front, Dell’s OptiPlex PC range, which have a legacy spanning back for over two decades, now has a new line-up of OptiPlex All-in-Ones consisting of the OptiPlex 7760 and 7460 that come with 8th Gen Intel Core vPro processors, up to 32GB DDR4 RAM and optional Intel Optane memory and a variety of screen options up to 4K Ultra HD with HDR or FUll HD IPS touch displays and more.
Dell hasn’t announced availability or prices as yet for Malaysia though it’s slated to be highlighted in the coming weeks. For more details swing by www.delltechnologiesworld.com