Connecting and Protecting Businesses with New Secure, Manageable and
Made to move, with the 12-inch model starting at 20mm thin and 1.3 kg
Easy for IT to manage with exceptional integrated management
capabilities including Dell-unique Intel vPro extensions and automated
tools that plug into Microsoft System Center and Dell
The world’s most secure Ultrabooks, featuring best-in-class endpoint
security solutions that include comprehensive encryption, advanced
authentication and leading-edge malware protection from a single
source and the highest level of FIPS 140-2 (level 3) certification for
system disk encryption.
Designed for reliability, passing rigorous third-party durability
testing and crafted with premium materials such as aluminum, a
Tri-metal chassis and Corning Gorilla Glass NBT for scratch and damage
resistance and optimal brightness.
The only corporate Ultrabook designed to be backwards compatible with
existing (E-family) Latitude docks.
Available with innovative WiGig wireless docking, making Dell
Ultrabooks the first and only that let you connect your display and
other peripherals without messy cords.
Dell today announced the latest additions to its award-winning Latitude
family of business computing solutions – the Dell
Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks™. The Dell Latitude 7000 Series
Ultrabooks brings security, manageability and reliability to businesses,
helping companies across the Asia-Pacific region and the world do
business better. Powered by Intel ultra-low voltage processors, these
thin, light Ultrabooks redefine the corporate laptop. The Dell Latitude
7000 Series Ultrabooks are:
Complementing the Dell Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks are the new
Latitude 5000 and 3000 Series laptops, designed to help businesses of
all sizes adopt secure, manageable and reliable notebooks. Offering the
same level of attention to security, manageability, reliability and
quality material design, these laptops expand the computing options for
education, healthcare and manufacturing customers worldwide.
Adopting New Business Models Through eCommerce
Dell Services has revealed the results of an industry
survey that show nearly 40 percent of CXOs in China plan to grow
their eCommerce business, and another 39 percent see it as a trend for
their retail, manufacturing and finance industries in the next five years6.
Realizing that traditional industries in the country are looking for new
growth opportunities through eCommerce, today Dell Services is also
releasing a whitepaper titled, “eCommerce
3.0: Rebuilding the eCommerce Ecosystem6.” The new
whitepaper outlines ways companies in the region can shift their
approach to focus on building a healthy eCommerce ecosystem rather than
squeezing profit margins.