Frankly, it’s an unbelievably invigorating time here inside Dell EMC and Dell Technologies. Things are happening fast. Things are happening furiously. Things are happening fantastically.
We believe that the industry is in a phase of disruption. We believe that customers want choice, but also want strong opinionated views. Customers are telling us: “tell us what you think, but don’t tell us what to do… Instead, guide us on the path forward”.
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…)
Senior Vice President & CTO, VCE, the Converged Platforms Division of EMC
Trey Layton is SVP & Chief Technology Officer of VCE, EMC’s Converged Platforms Division. He guides VCE’s product strategy, development direction and industry thought leadership. Layton and VCE are working to deliver next generation Converged Solutions to transform the economics, agility and profitability of enterprises and service providers as they transition to cloud-enabled business models.
Listening to the market, listening to customers, and adapting is important – we all operate in a very competitive market. For any offer – there are the classic “four P’s” that a team needs to consider, and VxRail nails them.(more…)
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