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November 30, 2015

technology industry's top 5 biggest mergers and acqusitions

Dell's $67 billion purchase of EMC is the biggest pure tech acquisition ever. (AOL's $162 billion buy of Time Warner in 2000 was larger, but Time Warner was a media company, not a tech company.) This chart from Statista shows some of the largest tech acquisitions of the past decade, measured in 2015 dollars.
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The Dell : EM2 merger remains the biggest till date a $67 billion deal , followed by HP and Compaq's $33.6billion. Facebook's buyout of whatsapp for $19billion was another milestone along with Google and Motorola deal in 2011 for $13.2billion

November 28, 2015

best black friday deals from dell

Dell’s 2015 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals available on include:

Dell's Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals began on Wednesday, November 25, 2015, with select laptops starting at $149.99, 2–in-1s at $299.99, desktops starting as low as $99.99, Alienware gaming PCs starting at $449 and tablets starting at $149 - and all purchases made on come with the option of free shipping.

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 To see the entire range of discounts click here

  1.  Inspiron 14 laptop 3000 Series @ $149.99 – doorbuster starting Nov 26. 
  2. Inspiron Micro Desktop @ $99.99 – doorbuster starting Nov. 27 
  3. Inspiron 15 5000 Series notebook @ $299.99 – doorbuster starting Nov. 26 
  4. Inspiron 15 3000 Series notebook @ $379.99 – doorbuster starting Nov. 27
  5.  Inspiron Small Desktop @ $199.99 - doorbuster starting Nov. 26
  6.  Inspiron Desktop w/Dell 24 Monitor bundle @ $499.99 – doorbuster starting Nov. 27
  7.  Inspiron 15 7000 Series 2-in-1 @ $499.99 – doorbuster starting Nov. 26 
  8. Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2-in-1 @ $299.99 – doorbuster starting Nov. 27 
  9. Alienware gaming PCs – Up to $500 off select systems 
  10. Venue 10 5000 Series tablet @ $149 Dell 24 Monitor @ $179.99 Dell 27 Gaming Monitor @ $629.99

November 12, 2015

Biggest IT Giants Face off : Dell vs Emc2

DEll vs EMC2 : Head to Head Comparison

While Dell is Electronic Computer Manufacturing EMC 2 is a Computer Storage Device Manufacturing company.
EmC2 has 63,900 global  employees as compared to Dells 11130  employees across the world
EMC 2  sales volume is estimated to be $24.4 billion as compared to  a sales volume of $22.5 billion

December 5, 2012

Samsung Electronics Marketing Budget:

Another great chart from Horace Dediu at Asymco. He looks at the advertising budget of Apple, Samsung, HP, Dell, Microsoft, and Coke. Why include Coke? Because it's a huge advertiser, and its "primary cost of sales is advertising."
As you can see, Samsung is blowing all the companies away in advertising and marketing.
Not a bad price to pay, if it means you get to become the world's biggest smartphone company. Certainly HTC wishes it had Samsung's marketing budget.

June 15, 2011

Top 100 Social Brands :Dell, Nike and Starbucks Tops

The Industry Breakup of the Top 100 Most Social Companies

Social Brands 100 average sector scores

Top 100 Social Brands

The Social Brands  Website has " launched  The Top 100 table that has ranked the top 100 social media brands and published some key insights on how Companies are using the social Power of The web to influence key decision makers.

The Social Brands 100 has found that 99% of the brands in its ranking are active on Twitter, making it the most popular online outpost for social brands. No real surprise. It is in many ways the easiest to get going on. Not necessarily to do well though.

The survey, which ranked brands based on their ability to engage with connected communities, found geo-location outposts are not yet integrated into the social mix with only 22% of the ranked brands using the likes of Foursquare and Gowalla. More interesting still is that 45% of those who have started these using these services are now inactive.

The Truth is that social media has disrupted branding, andhas passed on the Brand ownership to users .. and not companies. Earlier it was the brand that controlled users. Today its the users that can make and break a brand . It has more than a changed communications environment and some new technology; it’s a profound change in collective behavior

The Social Brands 100 survey was conducted by Headstream over a three month period from November 2010 when nominations were crowdsourced on Twitter.

The Social Brands 100 was compiled over a period of three months with the contribution of an external panel of social experts drawn from business, academia, media and communications, and Brandwatch, the social media analytics data provider.

Researchers quantitatively evaluated a whopping 30,000 tweets, posts, comments and likes and an independent panel of experts scored each brand and social media monitoring partner Brandwatch provided social media data analytics.