Jonathan Martin is Chief Marketing Officer at EMC. He was appointed to the role in March 2014 and is responsible for the strategy and execution of all aspects of EMC's marketing efforts in 86 countries globally. Martin joined EMC as Senior Vice President of Corporate Marketing in March 2011, responsible for building and guiding EMC's global reputation and brand through EMC's digital, social, community and mobile presence, paid media efforts, marketing analytics and worldwide corporate events. In his role, Martin's charter was to make the EMC brand synonymous with IT transformation, big data, and security. He is based at EMC's offices in Santa Clara, California.
Nothing is changing business as rapidly and with as much impact as the changing expectations of the Information Generation, a growing community of digital citizens connected to a global network that puts the world’s information at their fingertips. More than a discrete demographic like the Baby Boomers or the Millennials, the Information Generation represents the larger group of people who are resetting expectations of business, demanding faster, round-the-clock access to services and want more personalized digitized experiences tailored for any smart device. Continue reading →
John Roese is Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at EMC Corporation. He leads the Corporate Office of Technology, which is responsible for defining the company's technology vision and strategy. He is based at EMC’s corporate headquarters in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, United States.
Based on Mobile World Congress (MWC) last month, we are now entering another time when the telecom technology landscape is evolving rapidly. There will be a huge shift to virtualized, agile, software oriented and common building block-based telecom clouds. This shift is at least as big, if not bigger, than any of the prior changes and my bet is that it will also spawn huge indirect IT ecosystem changes over time.
I have been involved in telecom for a few decades and have seen the industry change significantly. It’s hard to predict exactly what the end state will be, but it is both exciting and terrifying in that with these huge changes, lots of status quo perspectives will be challenged and new models will start to emerge. Personally I love this kind of change. In an industry that invests hundreds of billions in capital expenditures alone, change at this scale can be transformational for many more than just the operators themselves. Continue reading →
In light of another year of numerous high profile cybersecurity breaches in 2014, RSA set out to get a clear understanding as to why organizations continue to struggle with breach readiness and how they can improve their preparation in the future. This week RSA announced the results of a global breach readiness survey of more than 170 respondents from 30 countries, which were compared to the responses of the Security for Business Innovation Council (SBIC), a group of top security leaders from Global 1000 enterprises. Continue reading →
Healthcare data is growing faster than ever before. At 48 percent each year, it’s one of the fastest growing segments in the Digital Universe. This data is coming from many sources – clinical applications, compliance requirements, population health, and FutureCare-enabling technologies for cloud, Big Data, mobile, and social – just to name a few.
Health IT needs a plan to manage and take advantage of all this information. More than ever before, a hybrid cloud model needs to be part of that plan. Continue reading →