The company is experiencing market conditions that “continue to erode with an uncertain future,” co-Chief Operating Officer Jeff Clarke wrote in a memo to employees, the report said.
The previous cost-cutting measures, including a pause on hiring and limits on travel, are no longer enough, Clarke said in the memo.
The department reorganizations and job cuts are an opportunity to drive efficiency, a company spokesperson told Bloomberg News.
Dell did not immediately respond to a Reuters email for comment.
Companies from Microsoft Corp to Amazon.com Inc and Goldman Sachs Group Inc have cut thousands of jobs recently to help ride out a demand downturn as consumer and corporate spending shrinks due to high inflation and rising interest rates.
Layoffs in the United States hit a more than two-year high in January as technology firms cut jobs at the second-highest pace on record to brace for a possible recession, a report showed on Thursday.