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CRN Exclusive: Dell Top PC Exec Clarke Talks 2016's PC Outlook, Microsoft Surface Book And EMC

Despite a sagging PC market and on the eve of Dell's planned acquisition of enterprise powerhouse EMC, the PC is still core to Dell's mission, according to Jeffrey Clarke.

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Dell Exec Optimistic About PC Market

Amid a treacherous PC market and on the eve of buying EMC, does Dell still care about the PC? In two words -- and with a hint of a Texas twang -- "Hell, yeah!"

Jeffrey Clarke, vice chairman, operations, and president of Dell's client solutions, said the PC is central to the Round Rock, Texas-based company's end-to-end enterprise strategy.

CRN recently caught up with Clarke -- who leads Dell's PC business from manufacturing to the supply chain, engineering and design of desktops, notebooks and workstations -- in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show.

The Dell veteran, who joined the company in 1987 -- one year before CEO Michael Dell took his company public -- discussed everything from Microsoft's release of the Surface Book to Apple's success in the PC market and why Dell's pending EMC acquisition will be good for PC sales.

 
 
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