How's Dell doing after going private a little more than a year ago?
We don't know. It's private. The PC giant took the private route in an historic $24.9 billion buyout last year called the biggest in tech since the Great Recession.
But it's not being all hush-hush, of course. It has plans, we're told, to shake up the big data and analytics markets.
Going private only helps, it claims.
"We can make changes swiftly to parts of our business and, ultimately, that helps our customers," Suresh Vaswani, president of Dell Services, told CMSWire about going private. "We were constrained by financial reporting previously and that has now freed up more time for our customers and to devote to innovating our business."