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Former Dell exec leads new company on data center transformation mission
"Faced with exploding complexity and scale, they can no longer do their jobs without intelligent automation technology.”
Vexata emerges after 3 years in ‘stealth mode’ to launch revolutionary product
The company was founded by a flash-storage executive who left Dell EMC in 2013 because he sought to solve an underlying active-data problem.
IBM ceases Hadoop distribution and partners with Hortonworks
IBM has abandoned efforts to make a business of Hadoop distributions and mirrored Microsoft in making Hortonworks its supplying partner.
Dell EMC launches game-changer program into channel
Built from the ground up while still preserving the best of two of the world’s most prominent legacy platforms, the program is set to cause a stir.
Sophos snags former EMC channel sales guru to lead APJ growth
“I am very pleased to welcome JJ to the Sophos senior sales and channel management team. JJ has an impressive track record."
Gartner identifies data center storage protocol for the next decade
"AOL is committed to Fibre Channel for the future when our systems demand extremely high performance and availability."
EMC remains top of the leader board in purpose-built backup market
"The PBBA market posted a strong performance in the first half of 2016."
Dell EMC launches ScaleIO Ready Node to match shift towards server SAN trends
The new Dell EMC isn't wasting time in putting new ScaleIO & PowerEdge All-Flash servers to market that the company says will transform data centers.
Global leaders HPE and EMC top of the food chain in enterprise storage market
"External storage systems remained the largest market segment, but the $5.7 billion in sales represented flat 0.0% year-over-year growth."
ANZ leadership shaping up following Dell EMC merge
“This is an exciting new chapter, not just for our company but for the whole ANZ technology industry."
Introducing Dell Technologies - Dell + EMC officially merged
"I'm thrilled for Michael and the new company, and we are eager to see everything they create in the future.”
Dell + EMC = $80B+ IT product behemoth
Dell’s landmark $67 billion acquisition of EMC would create the world’s largest IT product company, knitting together a broad range of IT assets.
Dell sets official date for EMC acquisition
“Combined, we will be exceptionally well-positioned for growth in the most strategic areas of next generation IT."
Threat intelligence has a shelf life says security exec
“That means security teams need to be armed with great visibility and a variety of current sources of threat data to bring the attacks into view."
In the hyper-convergence gold rush, choose your provider carefully
Gold rushes happen because there is value to be had. The latest rush doesn't require a pick, shovel or pan, however - just a keen sense of vision.
Top five vendors in the global data center market
In a recent report, Technavio announced the top five vendors in the global data center storage market.
Meet the new steering committee members for the IIC
"We look forward to their active leadership on the steering committee as the IIC continues to pave the way of the future of the Industrial Internet.”
EMC's converged infrastructure top pick for rapid scale and growth
EMC's all-flash Vblock Systems enables critical agility and speed to quickly respond to increasing business demands.
EMC shareholders approve Dell merger with 98% of votes
EMC have announced that its shareholders have approved the Dell merger agreement with 98% of voters in favour.
EMC reports strong financials ahead of Dell merger
EMC has reported its second quarter 2016 financial results, with consolidated revenue of $6 billion and a free cash flow of $1.34 billion.
New global channel chief to lead Dell+EMC
“As we work through the remaining steps of the Dell+EMC combination, we are enthusiastic about the business opportunities the transaction promises."
Singapore businesses ignorant about the real cost of cyber breaches
Singapore businesses will find themselves in dire situations if the continue to pay lip service to data protection, a new survey by EMC reports.
Is your data still protected? Three steps that could save enterprises $1m a year
Most IT professionals are so busy dealing with everyday challenges and managing fires that there’s hardly ever time to recognise progress.
38% of organisations are data protection 'laggards'
The reports keep coming through loud and clear: organisations are not doing enough to protect their data, favouring the old over the new.