Dell has unveiled new laptops and software designed to improve remote management and administration for business users.
The updated Latitude E-Series laptops offer better security, according to Dell, and will suit mobile workers looking to boost the use of virtual systems.
Dell also introduced a Flexible Computing Solution, which the firm said can simplify virtual image management and improve access to applications while increasing performance and security.
The increasing popularity of enterprise mobile and remote working makes Dell hardware an appropriate choice, claimed Steven Lalla, vice president and general manager of Dell's client product group.
"Today's workforce has become more globally dispersed and highly mobile with the expectation of 24/7 access to critical data and applications," he said.
"We are committed to providing innovative and flexible virtualisation solutions that help customers reduce costs, increase security and improve manageability."
The additions to the Latitude E series include the ultraportable E4310, starting at £1029 and offering a range of wireless connectivity options.
Also announced were two larger, more professional laptops, the E5410 and E5510, starting at just over £400. The models offer shock absorber technology to protect data in the event of a fall, Intel Core processors and Windows 7, depending on configuration.
Dell has also brought its Managed Virtual Client to the UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands. The virtual desktop service can be managed on or off site.
Virtual Remote Desktop, meanwhile, is a companion system powered by Citrix XenDesktop which lets users replicate a desktop experience on a mobile device.
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