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Dell EMC World 2017 May 8-11 (Las Vegas, NV)


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Digital Transformation is the pursuit of tomorrow. It is the drive to deliver better experiences, set trends and lead the market. But real transformation takes real work. At Dell EMC World you will gain the education and training you need to gain first-to-market advantage, competitively differentiate your products and services and put technology at the heart of your business. Turn the future into reality. Attend Dell EMC World and realize your digital future. (dellemcworld.com)


Event Details:

  • Date:
        May 8-11, 2017
  • Location:
         Sands Expo & Convention Center
        201 Sands Ave,
        Las Vegas, NV
  • Official Event Page

Day One Kickoff
John Furrier & Paul Gillin kickoff Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Day Two Kickoff
John Furrier, Keith Townsend and David Floyer kick off day two at Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas, NV.


Day Three Kickoff
John Furrier, Peter Burris and Paul Gillin kick off day three coverage from Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas, NV.


Day Three Wrap-Up
Keith Townsend, Paul Gillin, and John Furrier wraps up day 3 coverage from Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas, NV.


Guests Interviewed on theCUBE


Armughan Ahmad
SVP & GM, Solutions & Alliances, Dell EMC

Dell EMC targets telecom market with OpenStack solutions for scaling applications
Dell’s acquisition of EMC may have jump-started the hardware titan’s enterprise cloud efforts, but it was open source development platforms that helped pave Dell’s path to customers in new markets, including telecommunications. Many of Dell’s customers were vocal about wanting some sort of open-source cloud platform on which to build those enterprise solutions, said Armughan Ahmad, senior vice president and general manager of solutions and alliances at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.

Welcome to the wonderful world of ‘node-a-rama’
Before ready nodes, Dell EMC had customers attempting to deploy things like vSAN or other software-defined storage solutions, and they found they were running into problems. In trying to help their customers navigate those issues, Dell EMC discovered there were dependencies in that stack and in the underlying infrastructure. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mike Arterbury
VP, Dell EMC

How aligned, strategic partnerships benefit the cloud’s end products
As is common in the tech world, Dell has always had technology alliances with other companies, creating a kind of synergy that benefits all partners in those alliances, as well as customers. But Dell’s merger with EMC has enabled the newly formed company to realign its own strategic partnerships even more tightly than before. What was known in the past as the “EMC alliance,” including companies VMware, Pivotal, Virtustream, SecureWorks and RSA, Dell’s acquisition of EMC has brought those companies under the Dell EMC umbrella and has allowed the organization to seek true diversity, streamlining the integration software and products available to customers on Dell hardware. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Ruya Atac-Barrett
Senior Director, Data Protection Product Marketing, Dell EMC

The evolution and woes of data protection in fin-tech
After one of the computing industry’s largest acquisitions with the Dell-EMC merger last year, many existing customers wondered how they’d take full advantage of all the technology extended by the massive organization, and what it would mean for their data. How would data now be protected? And what exactly is the difference between data security and protection? Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Alan Atkinson
VP/GM Dell Storage, Dell EMC

The game is on in hyper-converged, says Dell EMC
At Dell’s first trade show event since its merger with EMC in 2016, attendees wondered if the pace of innovation would slow down for the supersized organization. Those fears were allayed quickly thanks to the boost in hyper-converged solutions acquired through the EMC alliance. This is according to Alan Atkinson, vice president and general manager of CX appliances, Converged Platforms and Solutions Division, at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Ted Bardasz
Sr Dir, Product Management, Big Data Solutions, Dell EMC

Dell EMC seeks to speed up cloud-native business value
As cloud-native computing becomes even more important for organizations of all types, Dell EMC is emphasizing its efforts in the hybrid cloud arena, according to Ted Bardasz, senior director of product management, big data solutions, at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Craig Bernero
Dell EMC

How the Dell EMC merger affected midrange storage solutions
Last year’s historic Dell EMC merger left countless questions in its wake. How best to combine product lines? What about customers of both industry giants? How could the newly formed computing provider balance the needs of existing customers? And how could Dell EMC present a united front to those customers, smoothing over the knowledge transfer that must occur? Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Tim Bicio
CTO, Lightstorm

Bridging Hollywood budgets and the digital transformation
The computing industry is not alone in this age of digital transformation. Beyond the expected enterprise users is the film industry, where modern computers and high-speed networks are revolutionizing how movies today are digitized, transmitted and even budgeted. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Vikram Bhambri
Vice President, Product Management, Emerging Technology Division, Dell EMC

Navigating the ‘data ocean’, Project Nautilus streamlines real-time analytics
A whole new universe of data is being produced by the Internet of Things devices, connected cars, wind sensors, smart TVs, activity trackers; essentially, anything that generates data. That information not only needs to be stored for later reference, enterprises are looking to run real-time analysis on the data sets, immediately. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jeff Boudreau
President, Dell EMC

New developments in data storage help information come to life
Data storage used to be boring. There was just a box, and data went in, and that was it. Not anymore. Few landscapes in the technology world have changed as much as storage, with price drops, the increased value of data and new ways to bring data into the right hands. The future of storage is about much more than a bigger box, according to Jeff Boudreau, president of the Storage Division at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jason Brown
Consultant Product Marketing Manager, Dell EMC

How software-defined storage helps legacy hardware, siloed data centers
Digital transformation is a phrase that has been kicked around quite a bit lately as more and more companies seek to fully modernize everything from their networks and data centers to compute and even storage arrays. Software-Defined Storage is using software to manage the data plane on any storage device or array on a given network, explained Narasimha Krishnakumar, director of product management at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jeremy Burton
CMO, Dell

With infrastructure bagged, Dell EMC sets out for cloud, IoT frontiers
While some speculate that Dell EMC wants to be the IBM of the cloud era, funneling far-flung piece parts to customers through a single channel, in fact the company is primed to explore as much as consolidate, according to Jeremy Burton, chief marketing officer of Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


John Byrne
President, Dell EMC Global Channels

Dell EMC turbo-boosts ecosystem with agile channel partner program
In the modern business world, it’s all about the partnerships. Any company is only as strong as the ecosystem around it, and good partners go a long way. The best method of finding good partners is to make them, and Dell EMC is looking to do just that with speedy actions to its sales channel partner programs. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Pierluca Chiodelli
VP Product Management, Dell

How the Dell EMC merger affected midrange storage solutions
Last year’s historic Dell EMC merger left countless questions in its wake. How best to combine product lines? What about customers of both industry giants? How could the newly formed computing provider balance the needs of existing customers? And how could Dell EMC present a united front to those customers, smoothing over the knowledge transfer that must occur? Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jim Clancy
SVP, Data Protection, Sale, Dell EMC

Disaster recovery gets moving in shift from data centers to ‘centers of data’
Awaiting a verdict on the on-prem versus all-cloud debate, most enterprises will employ both. This presents tricky data protection and recovery problems, according to Beth Phalen, president of the Data Protection Division at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Ben Clayton
President, VMUG

The role of VMware’s indie user group in Dell EMC evolution
While technology companies focus on getting customers through the digital transformation, Dell Technologies, Inc. is also reaching out to product users. As part of its acquisition of EMC and its subsidiary VMware Inc., Dell has maintained the VMware User Group, an independent organization for members using VMware and partner solutions. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Nick Curcuru
VP Big Data Analytics, Mastercard

MasterCard, Dell EMC fight cyberfraud with machine learning
Security is arguably one of the most important aspects of big data. With such sensitive material as customers’ Social Security Numbers, medical records and credit cards floating throughout the cloud, innovative means of achieving protection and deep threat analysis are essential components for any well-run organization. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Peter Cutts
Dell EMC

Dell EMC aims to simplify, speed up cloud infrastructure
What happens when two tech titans, each with their own strengths and challenges, merge together? All sorts of unforeseen complexities. One company’s business model may clash with its new partner’s, or their current projects fail to converge. However, with the emergence of Dell EMC this past year, the opposite is the case, according to Peter Cutts, senior vice president of hybrid cloud platforms, Converged Platforms and Solutions Division, at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Manuvir Das
Senior Vice President & General Manager, Unstructured Data Storage, Dell EMC

What happens when storing data becomes a question of how, instead of how much?
The digital revolution has touched on many facets of the tech world. Few, however, have seen the massive changes that are rippling through the data storage industry. Raw storage used to be expensive; now it’s a commodity. Customers don’t care about how much data they store, but how it’s organized and curated. Data about data is almost as important as the information itself, according to Manuvir Das, senior vice president of product management at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Michael Dell
Chairman and CEO, Dell Technologies

Will partner conflicts stretch Dell EMC merger too far?
Tech mega-mergers practically always fail, so Dell EMC will hit the proverbial iceberg — it’s just a matter of when, right? Maybe not. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Howard Elias
President, Dell Services & IT

Dell EMC leverages shared portfolio to take aim at cloud
When giants dance, the world watches. Dell and EMC, both giants in their own right, have merged into one, now a powerful force in the tech industry. This merger gives both companies the tools and product lines they need to navigate a future of cloud and services. Their customers, likewise, are set to benefit from this shared expertise, according to Howard Elias, president of Dell EMC services and IT. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Steve Fingerhut
Senior Vice President & GM, Storage Product Business Unit, Toshiba

Managing the upcoming ‘data tsunami’ with solid state drives
Not too long ago, floppy disks could handle the vast majority of storage needs. But now, the incoming waves of data from not just computers — but also electronic devices, apps, internet refrigerators, sensors, smart TVs and so on — need to be loaded, stored, processed and analyzed in a timely fashion. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Paul Galjan
Sr Director, Microsoft Hybrid Cloud, Dell EMC CPSD

Partnership between Dell EMC, Microsoft and ATOS
Paul Galjan, senior director of Microsoft hybrid cloud at Dell EMC CPSD, Mike Schutz, general manager of cloud and enterprise division of Microsoft, and Mark Nouris, group vice president of hybrid cloud at ATOS, talked about what digital transformation means to businesses and how Microsoft and Dell EMC are working together to meet customers where they are. Watch their interview!


Pat Gelsinger
CEO, VMware

NSX at the ‘top of the heap’ for VMware in Dell EMC’s new story, says Pat Gelsinger
Today at Dell EMC World in Las Vegas, Nevada, VMware Inc. announced its integration of NSX network virtualization and security platform into containers with Pivotal Software Inc. Judging by reactions, remedial NSX schooling is needed, according to Pat Gelsinger, chief executive officer of VMware. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Caitlin Gordon
Director of Product Marketing, Dell EMC

How Dell EMC differentiates atop its storage arrays with new products
Buyer beware: Storage arrays are not created equal, and even the all-flash systems have marked differences in performance, according to Caitlin Gordon (pictured), director of product marketing at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Elizabeth Gore
Entrepreneur in Resident, Dell

Hello Alice aims to disrupt startup world, connect female entrepreneurs to resources, working capital
While access to capital, mentorship and networks are critical to the success of male and female entrepreneurs, women who start businesses have a more difficult time getting the help that they need, especially when it comes to financing. Women receive just 3 percent of venture capital in the U.S., a dismal statistic, according to Carolyn Rodz, founder and chief executive officer of Circular Board LLC, a collaborative accelerator for growth-oriented female entrepreneurs. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


David Goulden
President, Dell EMC

Dell EMC plays the long-term game, says President David Goulden
When Dell Inc. and EMC Corp. merged in 2016, there were many preconceived notions about how things would shake out between the two industry giants. To the surprise of many, Dell and EMC were able to work as one quite quickly after the merger, and have since made progress together. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Sam Grocott
SVP Marketing, Storage & Data Protection, Dell EMC

Cloud-based data protection offers a hint of where Dell EMC is going
The days when an enterprise had no cloud plan are long gone. This is why Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group, is pursuing a very deliberate strategy of forming partnerships with major cloud service providers while continuing to enhance its on-premises portfolio of client services. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Marius Haas
President and Chief Commercial Officer, Dell EMC

Don’t be ‘Uberized’: Traditional companies push to transform digitally
Many enterprises today are terrified of being “Airbnbized” or “Uberized,” scared of being surpassed by a company in their industry that is using technology in a disruptive, revolutionary way that they had never considered, according to Marius Haas, president and chief commercial officer at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Pat Harkins
CTO, Informatics and Technology Services, Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH)

Can this healthcare business start a private partner cloud with its flash storage array?
Pat Harkins, chief technical officer of informatics and technology services at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, believes he’s found a handy way to stretch his organization’s funding dollars and those of its partners. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Michael Hoch
VP, Virtustream

How is Virtustream’s custom healthcare cloud improving on regular enterprise cloud?
Can Virtustream Inc.’s new Healthcare Cloud make the custom-cloud dream a reality for medical and science professionals? Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Bask Iyer
CIO, Dell EMC

User experience, business automation keys to staying modern, says Dell CIO
The tech world is changing. Suddenly, speed is everything. Some call it agility, but at the end of the day it’s all about companies adapting to new technologies and developments faster than their competition. Businesses that want to see tomorrow must automate their most common tasks and provide a worker experience similar to what people expect at home, according to Bask Iyer, chief information officer of Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Narasimha Krishnakumar
Director, Product Managment, VMware

How software-defined storage helps legacy hardware, siloed data centers
Digital transformation is a phrase that has been kicked around quite a bit lately as more and more companies seek to fully modernize everything from their networks and data centers to compute and even storage arrays. Software-Defined Storage is using software to manage the data plane on any storage device or array on a given network, explained Narasimha Krishnakumar, director of product management at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Trey Layton
SVP, Chief Technology Officer, CPSD, Dell EMC

The hybrid cloud infrastructure debate: Converged or hyper-converged? Or both?
Many traditional information technology organizations that operate on older technology have largely created separate, siloed data centers. But with the cloud and virtualization revolution currently sweeping the IT industry, many of those companies are seeking to undergo digital transformation and invest in hybrid cloud, and that would facilitate the need for new network infrastructure. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Yanbing Li
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Storage and Availability, VMware

The hyper-converged tech behind Dell EMC’s new 14G PowerEdge
Dell EMC launched the latest generation of its PowerEdge server portfolio at Dell EMC World in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 14th-generation server brings together better compute, scalability and security, answering enterprise client requests for better automation and productivity with simplified lifecycle management, according to Yanbing Li (pictured), senior vice president and general manager of storage and availability at VMware Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Chhandomay Mandal
Product Marketing Manager, Dell EMC

Can XtremIO’s writable ‘smart’ copies clean up data copy sprawl?
Sixty percent of data that exists are actually copies, which explains why copy sprawl management is now a $40-billion business, according to research from International Data Corp.. Flash storage that allows multiple users to work on a single copy might reduce the glut, but by itself is not a perfect solution, according to Chhandomay Mandal, director of product marketing at Dell EMC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.

Can this healthcare business start a private partner cloud with its flash storage array?
Pat Harkins, chief technical officer of informatics and technology services at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, believes he’s found a handy way to stretch his organization’s funding dollars and those of its partners. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Don Norbeck
Senior Director Customer Experience Engineering, Architecture and Product Management, Dell EMC

How cutting-edge technologies are improving customer service
There is a very clear message at this week’s Oracle Modern Marketing Experience event, and that message is to focus on customer service. With the rise of virtualized cloud environments the marketing game has changed, and according to Aaron Shidler, vice president of CX cloud product development at Oracle Corp., customers are trying to find new ways to stay agile and competitive in the face of an increasingly cloud-centric marketplace. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mark Nouris
Group VP Hybrid Cloud, ATOS

Partnership between Dell EMC, Microsoft and ATOS
Mark Nouris, group vice president of hybrid cloud at ATOS, Mike Schutz, general manager of cloud and enterprise division of Microsoft, and Paul Galjan, senior director of Microsoft hybrid cloud at Dell EMC CPSD, talked about what digital transformation means to businesses and how Microsoft and Dell EMC are working together to meet customers where they are. Watch their interview!


David Noy
Dell EMC

Dell EMC embraces all-flash to meet customer performance demands
In the competitive data storage world, it’s all about performance, density and cost, and Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group, is moving rapidly to meet customer expectations for all three with its recent Isilon storage platform upgrades. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Boaz Palgi
Sr Consultant, Product Marketing, EMC

Can skeptics be swayed by Dell EMC’s software-defined testing?
Server-agnostic, software-defined storage sounds like a breeze compared to traditional, clunky arrays; perhaps this is why some might feel it’s too good to be true. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Dheeraj Pandey
CEO, Nutanix

Nutanix beats quarterly forecasts this time, and its shares soar 12%
After Nutanix Inc.’s shares tanked 14 percent March 2 when it issued a weak outlook, the maker of computer virtualization and storage appliances and software had something to prove this quarter. In short, it did. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Tony Parkinson
VP Solutions, North America, Dell EMC

Defining data hybrid cloud
Tony Parkinson, vice president of solutions of North America at Dell EMC, and Nick Curcuru, vice president of big data analytics at Mastercard, talked about how critical the fraud business is and how Mastercard is doing everything they can to be good stewards of data and prevent fraud. Watch their interview!


Arindam Paul
Director, Product Marketing, Dell EMC

XtremIO X2 is juicing the all-flash array into a copy data management platform
With XtremIO X2, Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group, aims to alter customers’ expectations of what an all-flash storage array can do with its enhanced Integrated Copy Data Management, said Arindam Paul, senior consultant of product marketing at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Todd Pavone
Dell EMC

Evolve or fail: hybrid cloud and the modern data center
With the digital transformation and data migration to the cloud currently sweeping the information technology industry, companies are beginning to understand what they need is not a few simple hardware upgrades here and there as in the past, but a complete makeover. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Brian Payne
VP Product Management, Dell EMC Server Division

Welcome to the wonderful world of ‘node-a-rama’
Before ready nodes, Dell EMC had customers attempting to deploy things like vSAN or other software-defined storage solutions, and they found they were running into problems. In trying to help their customers navigate those issues, Dell EMC discovered there were dependencies in that stack and in the underlying infrastructure. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Ravi Pendekanti
SVP Server Solutions Product Management and Marketing, Dell EMC

Managing the upcoming ‘data tsunami’ with solid state drives
Not too long ago, floppy disks could handle the vast majority of storage needs. But now, the incoming waves of data from not just computers — but also electronic devices, apps, internet refrigerators, sensors, smart TVs and so on — need to be loaded, stored, processed and analyzed in a timely fashion. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Beth Phalen
President, Data Protection Division, Dell EMC

Disaster recovery gets moving in shift from data centers to ‘centers of data’
Awaiting a verdict on the on-prem versus all-cloud debate, most enterprises will employ both. This presents tricky data protection and recovery problems, according to Beth Phalen (pictured, right), president of the Data Protection Division at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Karen Quintos
Chief Customer Officer, Dell

The role of VMware’s indie user group in Dell EMC evolution
While technology companies focus on getting customers through the digital transformation, Dell Technologies, Inc. is also reaching out to product users. As part of its acquisition of EMC and its subsidiary VMware Inc., Dell has maintained the VMware User Group, an independent organization for members using VMware and partner solutions. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Itzik Reich
Director of Engineering, Dell EMC XtremIO

Do XtremIO all-flash arrays churn as fast, but burn less cash than NVMe?
Comparing storage types, one quickly gets tangled in terms like spinning disk, SSD (Solid State Drive) and NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express). There is one simple test for all, according to Itzik Reich, chief technical officer, XtremIO, at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Bill Reid
Sr Director, Cloud Solutions, Dell EMC CPSD

At the crossroads for companies journeying to hybrid cloud
It’s no secret that migrating to the cloud is hard. It’s even harder when a company must support legacy software applications because that means they need a hybrid cloud solution. As hybrid cloud plants one foot in the cloud, and one on-premises, it shares the complexities of both worlds. To succeed, companies need a partner who knows the way, and the way involves more than just technology, according to Bill Reid, distinguished engineer and senior director of product management, hybrid cloud platforms, at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Kevin Reid
Co-Founder, President & CTO, Virtustream

Improving mission-critical applications via ‘landscape management’
Software applications do not run in a vacuum. Infrastructure is as important as applications, and modern infrastructure is moving to the cloud. This transition is never easy, especially when it concerns mission-critical applications. Most businesses need a partner to help them during this delicate time. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Kevin Roche
President, Dell EMC Services Consulting

Servicing the combined Dell EMC product line
The merger between Dell and EMC has created a behemoth of a company in the cloud computing industry. Along with it comes the need to service existing customers and product lines as the two organizations come together around a central consulting strategy. For Kevin Roche, president of global services at Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Inc.’s infrastructure group, the approach is simple: stay the course. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Tim Rod
Director, Sales Business Development, Cisco

Long standing partnership and the #1 priority for Cisco
Tim Rod, director of sales business development at Cisco, offered insight into the relationship between Dell EMC and Cisco and how their customers have benefited. Watch his interview!


Carolyn Rodz
Founder and CEO, Circular Board

Hello Alice aims to disrupt startup world, connect female entrepreneurs to resources, working capital
While access to capital, mentorship and networks are critical to the success of male and female entrepreneurs, women who start businesses have a more difficult time getting the help that they need, especially when it comes to financing. Women receive just 3 percent of venture capital in the U.S., a dismal statistic, according to Carolyn Rodz, founder and chief executive officer of Circular Board LLC, a collaborative accelerator for growth-oriented female entrepreneurs. Read the full blog post with highlights from her interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Rodney Rogers
CEO, Virtustream

The secret to running mission-critical applications with public cloud economics
When companies talk about mission-critical applications, they’re talking about what makes their money. Businesses want to take their mission-critical applications to the cloud, but can they trust their most important assets to the performance and security of “out there?” Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Chad Sakac
President, Dell EMC Converged Platform & Solutions

Moving creativity up the stack: following the ‘build-to-buy’ path
Talent is expensive. Using a company’s prime information technology talent for the computing version of pouring concrete is silly. Low-level tasks and infrastructure setups can and should be considered in the same light as chairs and paper. That is, something the company buys to get on with what they really want to do. Why should a business build everything themselves? Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Suresh Sathyamurthy
VP Marketing, Storage & Data Protection, Dell EMC

Dell EMC expands strategies to fill and mine the data lake
When you hear the name Dell EMC, phrases like big data, data storage and data analytics may not be top of mind. But at this year’s Dell EMC World conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, these topics were front and center as Dell EMC expands its strategies and product solutions to help fill the data lake. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mike Schutz
General Manager of Cloud and Enterprise Division of Microsoft

Partnership between Dell EMC, Microsoft and ATOS
Mike Schutz, general manager of cloud and enterprise division of Microsoft, Paul Galjan, senior director of Microsoft hybrid cloud at Dell EMC CPSD, and Mark Nouris, group vice president of hybrid cloud at ATOS, talked about what digital transformation means to businesses and how Microsoft and Dell EMC are working together to meet customers where they are. Watch their interview!


Eric Seidman
Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Dell EMC

Dell EMC redesigns Isilon to store more using less space
With current storage trends in the enterprise, including all-flash and virtualization capabilities, there is an increasing demand for more performance and unconstrained scalability without compromising on enterprise features or protocols, according to Eric Seidman, senior manager of product marketing, Emerging Technologies Division, at Dell EMC. Plus businesses demand security and protection from their storage platforms. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Gil Shneorson
Dell EMC

Dell EMC gets flexible with VxRack hyper-converged infrastructure on demand
The benefits of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure are driving a transition from the traditional computing architectures to a new topology that provides more flexibility to deploy applications, according to Gil Shneorson, senior vice president and general manager, VxRail, at Dell EMC, Dell’s infrastructure group. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jon Siegal
VP of Product Marketing, Dell EMC

How hyper-converged minimizes infrastructure ‘fiddle factor’
Faster is better. To gain the edge in speed, tech companies have been turning to hyper-converged infrastructure so they can spend less time with their information technology foundations and more time innovating. Now, hyper-converged solutions are going to the cloud. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jaspreet Singh
Founder and CEO, Druva

Can data really be fully protected in a cloud-driven world?
Data must be protected. Not just from stealthy thieves, but also from all the random accidents that can happen in this rough world. This becomes tricky when data moves to and from, or across, the cloud. Effective ways to protect and manage data are vital for cloud-driven businesses, according to Jaspreet Singh, founder and chief executive officer of Druva Software Pvt. Ltd. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Peter Smails
VP Marketing & Business Development Datos IO

On heels of Cisco, NetApp investments, Datos IO says it is the missing piece to muliti-cloud
Seventy percent of chief information officers have a cloud-first strategy, according to the International Data Corp., but if they think the cloud is a silo-free Shangri-La, they are wrong, according to Peter Smails, vice president of marketing and business development at Datos IO Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Craig Steel
GM, Strategic Alliances, Pivotal

Defining data hybrid cloud
Craig Steel, general manager of strategic alliances of Pivotal, and Ted Bardasz, senior director of product management of big data solutions of Dell EMC, offered insight into developing cloud-native applications and what this involves. Watch their interview!


Tarun Thakur
Co-founder & CEO, Datos IO

On heels of Cisco, NetApp investments, Datos IO says it is the missing piece to muliti-cloud
Seventy percent of chief information officers have a cloud-first strategy, according to the International Data Corp., but if they think the cloud is a silo-free Shangri-La, they are wrong, according to Peter Smails, vice president of marketing and business development at Datos IO Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Fernando Thompson
CIO, UDLAP

A digital transformation success story in Mexico
Discussions about advanced technologies in information technology infrastructure can become abstract or even philosophical at times without understanding the tangible benefits they provide to the people using the applications. One of the more compelling stories of the benefits provided by new technology comes from a University near Puebla, Mexico. Fernando Thompson, chief intelligence officer at Universidad de Las Américas Puebla,explained the challenges facing him in today’s increasingly competitive global economy. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Marti Vandermore
SVP & Director of IT, Heartland Financial

The evolution and woes of data protection in fin-tech
After one of the computing industry’s largest acquisitions with the Dell-EMC merger last year, many existing customers wondered how they’d take full advantage of all the technology extended by the massive organization, and what it would mean for their data. How would data now be protected? And what exactly is the difference between data security and protection? Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Bertus Van Heerden
Executive, Dell Technologies, BCX

This South African company wants to bring IoT to miners with cloud and telecom
The Internet of Things-telecom relationship is heating up, with a South African outfit aiming to provide end-to-end data solutions with cloud. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Bob Wambach
Vice President, Marketing, Dell EMC

Dell EMC explains hyper-converged infrastructure and hybrid cloud focus
The advent of cloud technology has done more than simply give companies a new tech tool to play with. Everything relating to information technology is being fundamentally transformed into a new way of doing business, from IT itself, to security, to the workforce. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Matt Waxman
VP Product Management, Dell EMC Data Protection

Shazam moves to automated data backups, streamlines ops and ups security
The data coming into enterprises today is doing so at a rapid pace, while at the same time its importance is increasing. Newer technologies such as machine learning and smart learning process the raw data, using it for technological and business-related purposes. So, is the huge amount of data pouring into organizations protected? Moreover, can businesses easily store and access it whenever they need to? Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Lawrence Weitzman
Managing Executive, Technology Transformation Solutions, BCX

This South African company wants to bring IoT to miners with cloud and telecom
The Internet of Things-telecom relationship is heating up, with a South African outfit aiming to provide end-to-end data solutions with cloud. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Patrick Williams
IT Infrastructure Architect, North Carolina State University

Data security versus data availability: how one university balances both
Because one of the tenets of higher education is the free flow and exchange of ideas and information, college campus networks try to remain as open and as accessible as possible. As a result, many modern college campuses have grown into vibrant hubs of emerging technology and high-level learning, combined with a young, dedicated (and occasionally mischievous) user community. To that effect, these schools have had to strike a balance between openness of their network and data and the security that protects it. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


A.J. Wineski
UNIX and Microsoft Technologies Manager, Shazam ITS, Inc.

Shazam moves to automated data backups, streamlines ops and ups security
The data coming into enterprises today is doing so at a rapid pace, while at the same time its importance is increasing. Newer technologies such as machine learning and smart learning process the raw data, using it for technological and business-related purposes. So, is the huge amount of data pouring into organizations protected? Moreover, can businesses easily store and access it whenever they need to? Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


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