As the third annual Dell World technology show gets into full swing Thursday, industry analysts say they’ll be looking for clues to the newly private company’s plans.
Those plans will be important as Dell Inc. — which made its name selling personal computers — continues to remake itself into a stronger supplier of advanced information technology hardware, software and services for business customers.
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