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.
Howard Elias is President, Dell EMC Services and IT, supporting customers across the Client Solutions and Enterprise Solutions Groups. He oversees technology and deployment services, consulting services, global support services, education services, global Centers of Excellence, and the IT organization.
The pace of technology change (and, thus life change) keeps accelerating with every new mobile app, social engagement, cloud vendor, and smart sensor. Analysts predict 30 billion devices will be connected to the internet by 2020, creating massive amounts of data waiting for someone or some thing to analyze this deluge and create the next big innovation that will fuel another wave of change. And so the cycle goes.
I visited with about a dozen customers in Europe this past month and they are all saying, “I get it, but now what do I do?” (more…)
Given the pace at which businesses are moving to the cloud, every month executing a cloud strategy is delayed, the greater the cost to the business whether it is in missed revenue opportunity or in operational inefficiency.
Having a strategy in place and a solution ready for use in under one month benefits companies in ways that compound over time.
In the investment world, advisors have long positioned time as a friend to the investor as he or she strives to accumulate wealth, while serving as a foe to those who procrastinate. (more…)
IT executives are finding it more difficult to look outside their window and not wonder at what rate of speed their organization is keeping ahead – or lagging behind – the competition in terms of cloud strategy and utilization. Asking questions is natural. But achieving answers? That requires an actionable plan which unequivocally defines priorities around IT as a Service (ITaaS). (more…)
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