Caitlin Gordon, Senior Director of Product Marketing, has been at Dell EMC for nearly 13 years supporting numerous products across storage and data protection. Caitlin has an MBA from Babson College and a Bachelor’s degree in MIS and Marketing from Villanova University. She is a huge Boston sports fan and has two toddlers at home who keep her extremely busy when she’s not cheering for her teams or launching a new product to the market.

All About That App… No Trouble (Backup)

For Meghan Trainor, it’s ‘All About That Bass’, but in the data center it’s all about that app.  You know the one. It’s the app that is so critical to the business that you simply cannot have anything impact it.  These mission critical applications are the lifeblood of … READ MORE

Caitlin Gordon June 10th, 2015

Meet EMC ProtectPoint, 10 Fun Facts About Our Newest Family Member

Today, EMC announced a new data protection solution, EMC ProtectPoint, which enables direct backup from primary storage to protection storage.   As the newest member of the EMC data protection and availability family, I wanted to share some fun facts so you can get to know ProtectPoint better: 

Caitlin Gordon July 8th, 2014

Introducing the Small, but Powerful Data Domain DD2200

With all the excitement of EMC World last week, you might have missed an exciting announcement – the introduction of the DD2200.  With this new system, we’re redefining entry-level protection storage – providing enterprise-class capabilities optimized for midmarket customers.   Just like all Data Domain systems, the DD2200 … READ MORE

Caitlin Gordon May 15th, 2014

Evolving Beyond PBBAs

I have been on a few missions in my life – some nobler than others – and now I’m on a new mission.  Specifically, I’m out to evolve the market beyond a discussion of simple ‘purpose-built backup appliances’ to focus on ‘protection storage’.  You may be surprised to … READ MORE

Caitlin Gordon January 16th, 2014

A Decade of Dedupe…and Data Domain

Just last month, Data Domain – and dedupe technology – officially crossed the 10-year mark.   It’s not often that a product or a technology completely reinvents an industry, but with over 33 million tapes replaced and 26 exabytes of data now protected by Data Domain systems, that’s just … READ MORE

Caitlin Gordon April 26th, 2013
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