Rafael Colorado is a product director in Dell EMC’s Extreme Scale Infrastructure division. Rafael leads a group responsible for defining and managing products and solutions for scale-out markets that are rapidly shifting towards cloud-based architectures.

Rafael earned an Industrial Engineering degree and holds an EMBA from the University of Illinois. His previous experience includes Motorola where he led a product marketing and strategy team and Colgate Palmolive in different marketing roles. He also funded a successful technology startup company.

VMware Horizon 6: another great leap forward

Dell and VMware have a long-standing and strong alliance, focused on helping customers achieve their IT goals with integrated virtualization solutions that are flexible, scalable and high- performance, all while simplifying operations and reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). With the partnership enabling both companies to work smarter … READ MORE

Rafael Colorado April 9th, 2014

Dell PowerEdge VRTX for desktop virtualization: The time is now

The adoption of the Dell PowerEdge VRTX has been impressive, especially among small and mid-size organizations looking for an all-in-one solution, from a single vendor – just look at how customers Emerson and Carestream have been talking about us. The concept of enabling remote offices, small business or branch … READ MORE

Rafael Colorado September 30th, 2013

What the new release of VDI-in-a-Box 5.2 means to you

At Dell, we are very excited about the upcoming release of Citrix VDI-in-a-Box version 5.2. This innovative new version offers even greater functionality and benefit for our customers, including:  Ability to export virtual desktop golden images, offering incremental flexibility to the image management  Support for MS Lync, an … READ MORE

Rafael Colorado October 18th, 2012

Executing BYOD programs

There are as many opinions about how to effectively launch a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program as there are devices in the pockets of today’s increasingly mobile workers. Still, there is one thing everyone agrees on, the drivers of adoption: increasing productivity, employee retention, device selection, and … READ MORE

Rafael Colorado October 10th, 2012
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