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Enterprise Hybrid Cloud – Smaller and Simpler with VxRail

First – the headline, because a headline this good shouldn’t be buried: Today, a turnkey Enterprise Hybrid Cloud got 3x simpler, and available 3x smaller.   This makes the number of customers for which it’s an interesting option for 10x more customers.

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The New Media Evolution, Memory-Centric Architectures and Deep Learning: 2017 Predictions from the CTO

As we approached the end of 2016, I reflected on the storage trend predictions we identified – Containers, 2-Tier Storage, Cloud Portfolio Management, New Media technologies and IT Skills focused on Cloud-native development.

While predictions are mostly educated guess, our 2016 predictions played out favorably.

So now it’s time to look ahead for 2017… what can we expect this year?

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Dell EMC Forum: Charting a Course for Your Digital Transformation

Nina Hargus

Nina Hargus

Senior Vice President, Global Field and Partner Marketing at Dell EMC

Dell EMC Forum focuses on industry trends and addresses opportunities and challenges that are top of mind for our customers. This year we see how the new digital economy is changing the way we live and work – creating a world where everything is connected, and powerful new insights are at our fingertips. By harnessing its power, our customers can accelerate their own transformation. With more than 60 Dell EMC Forums in over 35 countries, we are exploring first hand the path to digital transformation through applications, infrastructure, security and workforce transformation.

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Serving up Hyper-Converged Infrastructure for Customer Choice

Dell EMC recently announced the integration of PowerEdge servers with its hyper-converged infrastructure portfolio.  In a recent interview with Dave Vellante and Stu Miniman on theCUBE at Dell EMC World, Chad Sakac, President of Converged Platforms & Solutions at Dell EMC, shares why this announcement is so meaningful to the industry and  to Dell EMC customers as well as the benefits to ordering infrastructure “off a menu” as opposed to building it from scratch.

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