Changing the culture inside an IT organization is one of those chicken-and-egg propositions. It’s difficult to figure out if the culture should change before acquiring new technology that better fits with it, or whether the acquisition of new technology actually enables the culture to change. (more…)
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.
Successful businesses are differentiating from their competition through the deployment of application software that collects valuable data that is analyzed resulting in action that influences successful outcomes in near real time. (more…)
As Chief Marketing Officer, Hargus is responsible for EMC’s global marketing structure, strategy, and execution. With revenues of $24.7 billion in 2015 and more than 70,000 people worldwide, EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service.
The growing digital economy is disrupting industries and pressuring organizations to transform business models. More than ever before, consumers expect to get what they want, when they want it and conduct business in a mobile, 24×7 marketplace. IT needs to enable the new speed and expectations of business. So, how does IT keep up? How do they meet the needs of their company’s workforce as well as the expectations of customers? (more…)
1 + 1 = 10. Maybe more. I’m not algebraically-challenged. I’m partner-inspired.
EMC creates the technology that facilitates business transformation. But it’s when we collaborate with our partners to craft customized solutions that we are able to truly change the game for our end-users. The business and impact we can realize together is so much greater than what we could accomplish on our own. That exponential potential is what really separates partners from customers. And that’s why our partners are not our customers. Our partners are our partners. (more…)
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