After Dell reported lackluster earnings today, executives made a case for the company's Windows 8 tablets at businesses.
Dell's earnings fell sharply today, with net income in the quarter ended November 2 sinking 47 percent to $475 million compared with the $893 million reported in the same period last year. Revenue was off 11 percent.
So, what is Dell doing about it? Well, it's trying to transform itself into a supplier of IT services.
But before it can do that, it's still trying to sell lots of PCs -- and now Windows 8 tablets.
Those tablets … Read more