Transformation: EMC World 2012

Looking out from the main stage at EMC World last week, into a live audience of 10,500 faces, and standing in front of a 400 ft long screen behind me, I couldn’t help thinking how big EMC’s annual customer conference has grown since its inception. We held the first one … READ MORE

Joe Tucci June 11th, 2012

The End of Flat Tax Funded IT

I head up the EMC IT Finance group at what is an extremely critical junction in the history of our IT operations as well as the industry in general. Namely, as part of EMC’s third phase of our journey to the private cloud, we are switching from a traditional, centralized … READ MORE

Paulo Prazeres April 24th, 2012

The Transformation to Agile Support

During the past several years, I have personally witnessed the emergence of a new generation of customers and employees who want to use web-based tools as their main way or one of several ways of interacting with us. The use of smart phones and tablets has proliferated into the workplace … READ MORE

Tony Kolish April 5th, 2012

Does Business History Repeat Itself?

During my academic days, one of my fields of study was Business History. If the mantra of regular historians is “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” the maxim of business historians is “those who do not study the past will have to figure things out … READ MORE

Jon Fay March 26th, 2012

Why We Planted a Flag in Utah

I recently returned from Draper, Utah, where EMC celebrated the grand opening of our newest global customer support center. We hosted customers and partners, and were joined by Utah Governor Gary Herbert, whose administration worked with us to help make the decision to locate in the Beehive State – recently … READ MORE

Howard Elias March 19th, 2012
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