More Power and Innovation with the Next Generation of Dell OptiPlex

first_imgThe next generation of the Dell OptiPlex family features new form factors and accessories driven by the latest Intel® 9th generation processors, delivering more power than ever before.The world of business and technology is merging in a fourth industrial revolution enabled by a perfect storm of technology tipping points. In order to capitalize on this revolution, technology solutions and services need to provide innovative capabilities from the edge, to core, to cloud.For more than 25 years, Dell OptiPlex has continuously adapted to the ways our customers work. In keeping with this commitment, we are proud to introduce the next generation of Dell OptiPlex solutions which deliver a smarter, faster desktop experience.Power your success now, and in the future, with the new line up of OptiPlex towers, small form factors micros and all-in-ones which all feature Intel’s new 9th generation processors. With the latest Intel® processors, OptiPlex users avoid system lag and can experience twice the system responsiveness with Intel® Optane™ technology. The new lineup includes the 3070, 5070 and 7070 tower, small factor and micro’s that are purposefully designed to deliver the ultimate productivity in innovative and compact designs. Because we know size and options do matter, we have upgraded our OptiPlex all-in-ones, in multiple screen sizes, so users can get unmatched power with industry-leading performance and collaboration technology on the OptiPlex 5270, 7470 and 7770.No matter the industry or the role within an organization, less clutter means fewer problems for a user. That is why we delivered a smarter design with our family of OptiPlex solutions. Our all-in-ones feature brilliant full HD displays and custom stands without taking up more workspace. Powerful and compact, the micro now come with the most mounting options, making sure the PC gets out of the way so you can get work done. In addition to the purpose-built mounts, we provide clever stands and cable covers which provide a secure and clutter free workspace.Built with Dell’s focus on sustainability, the OptiPlex all-in-one and tower chassis contain at least 39% post-consumer recycled plastics.An added benefit found in this next generation of the Dell OptiPlex is the integration of Dell Technologies Unified Workspace. Dell Technologies Unified Workspace is the most comprehensive solution to deploy, secure, manage and support virtually all devices from the cloud. This revolutionary solution provides customers with visibility across the entire endpoint environment helping save time, improving user experience, optimizing resources and strengthening security.The workforce is evolving at an alarmingly rapid pace and we as technology providers must deliver solutions which allow customers to keep up. Built for business, these powerful solutions do just that. Dell OptiPlex is proud to provide game changing technology that allows our customers to be more collaborative, productive and secure.Check out the next generation of the Dell OptiPlex portfolio here.last_img read more

How much credit card debt does the average American have?

first_imgCredit cards can be useful financial tools, but they’re easy to abuse and put millions of Americans in debt. In fact, the average American carries more than two credit cards and a balance of about $4,400 on each card, according to data taken in June 2015 from credit bureau Experian. But those figures don’t provide a full picture of how credit is used.For starters, Experian’s data is based on credit card balances reported by issuers at various times. A borrower may have a $500 balance he intends to pay off in full once his payment is due, but if the issuer reports the data before the bill’s due date, the balance will appear on his credit report. (You can get your free annual credit reports at AnnualCreditReport.com to see what balances are being reported to the credit bureaus for your accounts.)Experian’s data also doesn’t distinguish between those who pay their balance in full each month (transactors) and those who carry a balance from month to month (revolvers). Credit card issuers don’t always report this information, so paying a bill in full won’t directly impact one’s credit score.Though the average credit card balance is $4,404, borrowers may not carry those balances month to month and accrue interest. In terms of unpaid balances, the average credit card user has $3,573 of debt, according to a 2014 Gallup poll, which is a lot. If you paid $100 a month toward that balance on a card with a 15% APR, it would take four years to pay off, assuming you made no more charges on that card. See how making bigger payments could help you curb interest and get you out of debt faster with this credit card payoff calculator. continue reading » 31SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

UK’s Johnson says reluctant to use national lockdown again

first_imgMeanwhile, its economy has been battered by a months-long lockdown that has only been gradually eased over recent weeks — and which Johnson is desperate to repair by avoiding another national shutdown. “I can’t abandon that tool any more than I would abandon a nuclear deterrent,” he told the Daily Telegraph in a wide-ranging interview to mark the end of his first year in Downing Street. “But it is like a nuclear deterrent, I certainly don’t want to use it.  And nor do I think we will be in that position again.”Johnson insisted health authorities were “getting much better at spotting the disease and isolating it locally” while also learning more about who it affects most and how it is spread. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he will only impose another nationwide coronavirus lockdown as a last resort, comparing the tool to “a nuclear deterrent” in a Sunday newspaper interview.Johnson, who is hoping Britain can return to “normality” by Christmas despite fears of a second wave of cases over winter, insisted the country was getting better at tackling the virus. The UK has been among the worst-hit countries in the world by COVID-19, registering the highest death toll in Europe. The British premier on Friday sketched out a timetable for easing the remaining lockdown measures in England, including lifting homeworking guidance and reopening sports stadiums and live theatre.Current government advice is for employees to work from home where they can, but under the new proposals employers will have “more discretion” to urge staff to return.Despite Johnson’s optimism and desire for a return to normal, his chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, said on Friday that social distancing needed to continue “for a long period of time”.The government’s chief scientific advisor, Patrick Vallance, agreed, judging the risk of a second wave of infection to be “high”.Topics :last_img read more