Dell Technologies is now banking on Multi-Cloud Technology, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things to provide enterprises with enhanced solutions as Kenya gets into the digital transformation era.
As businesses get into the fourth industrial revolution, data is becoming an increasingly valuable currency for businesses; and Dell Technologies says it is investing in data management systems through its multi-cloud services to ensure businesses transact in a secure, reliable and convenient ecosystem.
“These technologies share a common thread: each of them is fueled by data. And as we continue to embrace the growing digital economy, the true value of data as currency will become increasingly clear. We at Dell Technologies keep our commitment to deliver world-class solutions and services for the betterment of the community. We are here to help organizations embrace this world of change and align with Kenya’s Vision 2030 which aims to provide a high quality of life to all its citizens by 2030.” said Habib Mahakian, Vice President of Dell Technologies – Emerging Africa.
Dell Technologies has combined its innovation of Dell, Dell EMC, Pivotal, RSA, SecureWorks, Virtustream and VMware, all in one family of businesses, each acting independently, but working closely—and better together.
“This is a unique structure that allows us to innovate like a startup, but with the scale of a global powerhouse. We at Dell Technologies help organizations, whether big or small, to unlock the value of their data.” he added.
Speaking during the Dell Technologies Forum in Nairobi, Habib noted that the era of human-machine partnership is here to stay and that business using robots are now experiencing increased efficiency and effective delivery.