1) Dell’s strategy is focus on Dell’s business strategy.   This strategy place emphasis on the combining of its direct customer model and a manufacturing and supply chain management organization with standard-based technologies.   Dell, in my opinion, focuses more on customer intimacy.   Dell focuses on developing a direct individual relationship with its customers.   This relationship is best obtained for reasons being that they want to get a better understanding of their customer’s expectations about their product.

  2) A business risk that Dell face is to effectively manage a product transition.   With this being said, Dell has to be able to keep up with the latest technology, hence keeping up with its competitors.   Advanced and increasing technology is one of the biggest risks that the company has to face because if they do not keep up with it will result in a loss of customers.

  3) The Sarbanes-Oxley act of 2002 was developed in a reaction to several scandals from numerous corporate companies such as Enron.   The act is in relation to the Dell 10-k report due to the fact that Dell’s management report over internal control over financial report, evaluation of disclosure controls and procedures, and management’s assessment of the effectiveness of Dell’s internal control over financing reporting all stated that Dell is in good standing with its disclosure controls and procedures were effective.   No change is needed for their financial situation and everything is in good standing within the company.   There are financial statements and all deficiencies are clearly defined. If there was a need for change Dell method of handling it’s financial situations would indicated when and where the change is needed

  4) Dell is a manufacturer.   A manufacture can be defined as a business engaged in the manufacturing of some product.   According to the article, Dell is engaged with the creation and development of several products.   Dell develops products ranging from...