Career @ Dell
Dell, Inc, which was ranked the 25th largest company on the Fortune 500 list
by Forbes magazine, began its cosmic rise in 1984 when Michael Dell used a mere
$1000 dollars to found PC’s Limited. Working in a college dorm room at the
University of Texas, Michael Dell had a goal to produce IBM compatible computers
from stock components to suit individual customer needs.
The company vision was to produce computers that could easily be fitted with
individual components to build a computer system to accommodate individual
requirements. The goal was to give the customer exactly what they needed or
wanted. The computers were built from stock parts as they were ordered. In 1985,
the founder dropped out of school, got a family loan for $300,000 dollars and
began to give his full attention to the new company.
For more than 26 years, Dell has empowered countries, communities, customers
and people everywhere to use technology to realize their dreams. Customers trust
us to deliver technology solutions that help them do and achieve more, whether
they’re at home, work, school or anywhere in their world. Learn more about our
story, purpose and people behind our customer-centric approach.
Dell Higher Education (Academic Computing )
At the heart of academic computing is the learning environment, whether it’s
the classroom or park bench. To enhance teaching and learning, IT must provide
students, faculty and administrators round-the-clock communication,
collaboration, and access to information both on and off campus. Dell delivers
academic computing solutions designed specifically to meet these needs,
including curriculum management systems, messaging and collaboration
infrastructure, distance learning solutions, and robust classroom technology.
Here at Dell, we believe that our future hinges on being nimble and flexible, so
we embrace the new talent and fresh perspectives that only students can offer.
That’s why we created our University Relations Program, which is dedicated to
identifying our future leaders.
We typically sponsor and participate in a variety of on-campus activities,
- Career fairs
- Information sessions
- Events with student organizations
- Meetings with faculty and campus officials
- On-campus interviews
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