Gaurav has spent over 2 decades in the technology industry and currently serves as Senior Vice President of Global Solutions Marketing for Dell EMC. In this role, Gaurav is responsible for architecting the marketing strategy for Dell EMC’s multi-billion dollar data center solutions portfolio which includes global campaigns, solutions & product messaging, competitive intelligence and demand generation. Also, Gaurav serves as the Global integration executive in charge of the Dell & EMC marketing integration. Gaurav meets with customers, partners and industry experts regularly to drive relevant solutions to the market. Gaurav has held a number of executive positions at Dell, most recently Vice President of Enterprise Solutions Marketing.

Gaurav joined Dell in 2000 and has held a variety of enterprise-related roles, including management of the company’s North America Enterprise and Federal Government Marketing teams and leading the marketing and customization of solutions that increase efficiencies across specific vertical sectors. Prior to joining Dell, Gaurav held management roles at Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals and SoftLab Limited. Gaurav has a Bachelor of Computer Science from Fergusson College, India and a Master’s in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

Twenty-four Hours in a Private Cloud with Dell and Microsoft

I am excited to announce Dell’s participation as a Platinum Sponsor at Microsoft’s “24 Hours in a Private Cloud” virtual event today, Thursday, May 10. This event is an awesome learning opportunity for organizations developing public and private cloud strategies. Organizations have a lot of strategic cloud implementation options and … READ MORE

Gaurav Chand May 10th, 2012

Dell Continues to Help Customers Drive Efficiencies with Green IT

As data center temperatures continue to rise, customers can chill knowing that their energy bill will not be increasing. I’m excited to share that Dell is enabling customers to operate data center facilities at higher temperatures (think 113°F) without driving up the cost of cooling. Dell’s servers, storage and networking … READ MORE

Gaurav Chand July 28th, 2011
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