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In its latest step into the services market, computer giant Dell said yesterday that it has signed an agreement to buy privately-held software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider Everdream. Dell said that the planned acquisition of the California-based remote service management firm would complement the capabilities it gained from the …

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Black Helicopters

Struggling?

I love your definition of struggling, Dell is probably the largest PC manufacturer in the world, and has ever increasing profits - Please be more realistic.

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Kind of late aren't they.

Having sold a crap load of product forever they managed to alienate their consumer level customers {by delivering lousy service} they now wish to buy into a business completely the fuck different than what they currently do {delivering software as a service} what are these guys smoking.

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