Leaving Las Vegas: Thoughts from EMC World 2014

With wheels up and the neon lights of Las Vegas behind me, I reflected on two days spent with nearly 80 global CIOs at EMC’s fourth annual CIO Summit.  Whether in our panel discussions, collaborative breakout sessions, or during the networking breaks, we tackled a variety of timely topics … READ MORE

Vic Bhagat May 27th, 2014

A Digital Universe of Infinite Possibilities

The digital universe, which is expected to grow to 44 zettabytes by 2020, represents an infinite opportunity for CIOs to drive agility and accelerate value for an organization.  However, as a CIO, I can’t help pausing for a moment of practicality.  Let’s consider some of the 2020 projections … READ MORE

Vic Bhagat April 24th, 2014

Tech Prediction for 2014: IT’s Ability to Evolve Quickly

The era of instant gratification is upon us with the proliferation of cloud computing and software-as-a-service, Big Data and the latest analytical tools, and anywhere, anytime access to information on our mobile devices. Our true test as IT professionals will be our ability to evolve quickly to create … READ MORE

Vic Bhagat December 23rd, 2013

The Art of Possible: Embracing the Third Platform

As IT professionals, we have never been strangers to change.  New technologies have come and gone…some minor, some quite disruptive.  However, the Third Platform is upon us and has opened the door to new opportunities to drive performance, agility and value for our businesses. While I’ve been a part of … READ MORE

Vic Bhagat December 16th, 2013

EMC CIO Vic Bhagat Talks Emerging IT Trends

While visiting EMC offices in India, Chief Information Officer Vic Bhagat met with Vishal Krishna of BW|BusinessWorld.  During the interview, Vic shared is perspective on emerging trends and opportunities in the IT industry from the growth of mobile to analytics to investments in the cloud. Click here to read … READ MORE

Vic Bhagat December 5th, 2013

“The Strategic CIO”: A Closer Look from EMC CIO Vic Bhagat

Implementing the latest technologies, restructuring service organizations and provisioning, cost savings, and much more are rising enterprise requirements and increasing the demand placed upon IT organizations. To manage these changes, chief information officers must not only be more dynamic but more tactical in their thinking, planning and execution. … READ MORE

Vic Bhagat November 11th, 2013
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