“I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don’t have money. But what I do have is a very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you.” (more…)
Jeremy Burton is President, Products and Marketing at EMC Corporation. He was appointed in March 2014 and is responsible for all product divisions, including development and coordination of cross business unit product operations, the Office of the CTO and Global Marketing. He is based at EMC's offices in Santa Clara, California, United States.
Three years ago, the thought of EMC offering up code to open source projects for the world to freely access would have been heresy. The old idea was that we’d produce proprietary source code and over our dead body would we share it. (more…)
CJ Desai is President of the Emerging Technologies Division at EMC. He oversees all aspects of the business including product development, finance, marketing, sales and product management. In addition, he is responsible for leading the investigation of additional opportunities in emerging strategic product segments that represent new addressable markets for EMC with a focus on disruptive technologies. He is based at EMC’s offices in Santa Clara, California, United States.
Reflecting on our launch of DSSD D5 earlier this year, it is worth noting how Flash, especially Rack Scale Flash, is becoming a speedway for organizations to implement and operate a modern data center. Organizations are faced with many challenges and conflicting priorities including data growth and data variety, supporting an increasing number of users and devices, navigating a fiercely competitive landscape and efficiently managing shrinking budgets. (more…)
In an interview on theCube, Chad Sakac implores enterprise IT to “stop building the stuff that is boring… and doesn’t differentiate you one bit”, offers his predictions on the combination of Dell EMC and the future of Converged Infrastructure. (more…)
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