Josh Neland

Josh
Neland

Josh Neland is a Global Technology Strategist in Dell’s OEM Solutions group, which helps manufacturers use Dell’s products and services as their own. He is responsible for new market research and helping existing OEM customers gauge the impact of emerging technology trends on their businesses. Josh has split the past ten years at Dell evenly between software development and marketing roles. Before joining Dell, Josh worked at various start-ups including Trilogy Software. He holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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Arcade Games Adapt To Outmaneuver Their Console Competition 2
Arcade games are moving well past Pacman. That joystick is likely to be part of an immersive experience.
Is Android The OS Of Choice For HMI In The Future?
To make a system’s Human Machine Interface (HMI) as intuitive as possible and to save time, many designers build their HMI on top of a well-known operating system.
Address Hardware Longevity Concerns With Tier-1 Workstations and Servers
Thin-client and client virtualization architectures have emerged to reduce risk of hardware failure, cumulative maintenance, and expensive downtime.
Manage Change Across Critical Components
Product architects face a tradeoff with technology they include in their projects. Assembling a strategy to deal with component change is a three-part process.
Verticalization of Technology Stacks
Platform as a Service cloud base technology stacks are becoming market specific so one-size-fits-all approach. Check out where things are headed.
Understanding the AirPods' Rise
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