While some tech vendors believe that the world has moved to the post-PC era, Dell is not one of them.
At the DellWorld conference, Dell founder Michael Dell explained the mission of his company, and why the PC still holds down the foundation. While PC’s are still important to Dell, Dell is no longer just a PC vendor.
Dell explained that when you look at where computing actually happens, there are datacenters, but the client device is actually still quite important. That said, he noted that the client device is changing with tablets and smartphones.
“Those devices are generally augmenting the PC,” Dell said. “We don’t see the PC as going away at all. We see our customers continuing to use the PC as part of the total solution.”