Dell EMC Flexes IT Infrastructure and Financial Muscle #dell #emc, #hci, #hyperconverged #appliance, #hyperconverged #infrastructure, #project #nautilus, #data #center #management

Posted On Oct 15 2017 by

# Dell EMC Flexes IT Infrastructure and Financial Muscle At the Dell EMC World 2017 conference today, Dell EMC moved to reduce the upfront costs associated with acquiring converged and hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) appliances that would be deployed in an on-premises IT environment to effectively zero. Via a new Cloud Flex for HCI program that is modeled on the way IT organizations currently acquire infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) services, organizations can now treat IT infrastructure as an operating expense if they so desire, in much the same way they pay for public cloud computing services. That pricing model will be extended to …


Data Storage, Converged, Cloud Computing, Data Protection, Dell EMC US, emc dell.#Emc #dell

Posted On Sep 20 2017 by

# emc dell “Complete 3x more IT projects” Adam DeMattia and John McKnight, ESG Research Insights Paper: “How IT Transformation Maturity Drives IT Agility, Innovation, and Improved Business Outcomes,” April 2017″ “#1 solutions in converged, cloud, servers and All-Flash” According to publicly available Q4 2016 data, Dell EMC holds number one positions in revenue for storage, converged systems, servers, and cloud infrastructure. (*Cloud excludes double counting of storage and servers. Tie for Servers, based on units sold.) “#1 external storage” Based on revenue for the 4Q 2016 period; IDC Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Storage Systems Tracker, March 3, 2017. “#1 converged …


How Does Security Impact Employee Productivity? #dell #software, #productivity, #enterprise #security, #passwords, #remote #access

Posted On Aug 17 2017 by

# How Does Security Impact Employee Productivity? Dell study examines enterprise security’s impact on productivity. Security is a requirement for modern organizations that must protect their technology assets and corporate data against attacks. But what impact does security have on users within organizations? That’s one of many questions Dell addresses in a new study. Dell sponsored the July survey of 460 IT professionals and 301 full-time business users. One top-line result: A whopping 92 percent of business users feel that additional security measures negatively impact their ability to get work done. Bill Evans, senior director of Product Marketing at Dell …