The second annual Dell World conference took place this week in Austin, TX.
Dell World featured an impressive roster of keynotes, including Dell Chairman and CEO, Michael Dell; President Bill Clinton; and Freakonomics authors, Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner.
Michael Dell spoke about the evolution of Dell into an end-to-end solutions provider, and the innovative ways organizations are utilizing Dell products and services.
And then President Clinton touched on a wide range of topics including how technology and interconnectedness have made a positive impact on global issues.
There was also an exhibition area with a chance to learn more about solutions.
I really enjoyed the interactive discussions in the social media area of the exhibit hall.
It was really cool to see live storyboards of the discussions – such an awesome was to capture the big points.
Dell World also provided an opportunity to play with their latest tablets and notebooks.
While the notebooks were all sleek, elegant and powerful, I was really entranced by the Latitude 10 tablet. I can definitely see getting one of those in the near future.
Fantastic event – I look forward to next year.
Photos: Dell World 2012