If you’ve visited the Dell.com Solutions Center homepages, you might be wondering how you wound up on a tech news site. To answer that question, I’ll give you a quick heads up on what you’ll find on Tech Page One.
What’s in it for you?
Technology. Business. Lifestyle. Those are the three pillars of Tech Page One’s content streams. Under those categories, we’ve commissioned and curated blog posts, in-depth articles, and infographics to keep you current on the major conversations in tech.
Those conversations will revolve around many topics, including managing the “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend; building out enterprise cloud infrastructures; or scaling up IT infrastructure as a small business crosses the medium business threshold.
And, at times, these conversations may involve how to make your smartphone less of a mystery or the latest gadget news or social media advice. So there will be diverse subjects covered at Tech Page One geared to providing you with one stop for tech news, analysis and sometimes a little levity to brighten your day.
The staff overseeing the Tech Page One newsroom comes from the traditional newsrooms of Fortune, PC Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times. Tech Page One offers a quality tech news experience that doesn’t require you flit across the Web.
Where are the Dell Solutions offerings?
You may have arrived at the site with all the insight you want for now and are ready to get specifics on the Solutions and Services that Dell offers to manage your company’s challenges. By using the dropdown menu at the top of the page or the Solutions and Services box on the right, you’ll find detailed information on the Dell options that could be just what you need.
For an even more direct and personalized experience, submit a Contact Dell form (located on the right) and you’ll get a timely follow-up.
We invite you to send us comments, share what you like via social media buttons on the site, and engage with the rich blogs, videos, infographics — all the good stuff. The more you come around, the more you’ll get out of Tech Page One.
The future for Tech Page One
Look out for our mobile app coming soon. In the meantime, feel free to browse the site on your mobile device and get a great mobile-optimized experience.
See you at Dell World
If you’re going to be at Dell World in Austin Dec. 10-12, the editorial team would love to meet you and chat about the site. Our kiosk will be in Social Media Neighborhood at the Austin Convention Center.
is managing editor for technology content at Tech Page One. Before coming to work at Dell in 2011, she spent more than a decade in journalism. She is an alum of the Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Gannett News Service and Austin-American Statesman newsrooms.