Posts tagged “EMC”
As Cisco confirms its exit from providing its "Intercloud" cloud services, new data shows that the networking giant along with HPE face increasing competitive pressure from the recently merged Dell EMC.
Analysis: The recent Dell EMC World 2016 customer and partner event showcased the benefits of scale and early product integration from the newly combined Dell EMC organization, writes Technology Business Research Analyst Krista Macomber.
Cary-based SAS is ranked No. 2 in the 2016 World's Best Multinational Workplaces list from the Great Place to Work institute. Rankings are based in large part on survey responses from employees.
Dell Technologies, the name for the recently merged Dell and EMC, has begun laying off some of the combined company's 140,000 employees. As many as 3,000 cuts are predicted, according to Bloomberg news. Dell confirmed layoffs started earlier this week but calls the number "not material." EMC has a large operation in the Triangle.
Cloud IT infrastructure spending continues to grow, but IBM, NetApp and Lenovo are not sharing in the growth, a new report shows. Cisco, Dell, EMC and HP all grew sales. So what's going on in the market?
Analysis: The sale of Dell Software Group comes after the March announcement that NTT DATA will acquire Dell Services; both developments are driven by the need to jettison noncore assets and generate additional financing for Dell's planned acquisition of EMC, says Technology Business Research.
Analysis: The digital revolution necessitates business practice modernization for EMC, its partners and its customers, concludes a team of analysts from Technology Business Research which attended the recent EMC World event. As they point out in this final of four reports, EMC faces many changes as it gears up for a merger with Dell.
Analysis: The digital revolution necessitates business practice modernization for EMC, its partners and its customers, concludes a team of analysts from Technology Business Research which attended the recent EMC World event. As they point out in this third of four reports, EMC faces many changes as it gears up for a merger with Dell.
Analysis: Last week at EMC World, the tech giant disclosed much more than plans for the company post-merger with privately held Dell when chairman Michael Dell renames the combined company Dell Technologies. EMC is hardly disappearing with new products and services coming, note a team of analysts from Technology Business Research. In part two of an in-depth analysis, TBR looks at how EMC is building a data bridge to meet client needs now - and the next generation to come.
Analysis: EMC, which has a major presence in the Triangle, is seeking to accelerate strategic solutions monetization as Dell's proposed acquisition nears, writes Technology Business Research analyst Krista Macomber.
New statistics from research firm IDC show HP is dominating the "cloud" infrastructure business these days, but Dell, EMC amd Cisco are surging. What about IBM and NetApp? The news isn't good - at all.
Pappas wins legal round; IBM sues Groupon; Rory Read's role in EMC-Dell merger; who will succeed GSK's Witty?
In today's early edition of the Bulldog tech and life science news roundup: Venture firm A.M. Pappas wins a legal round in lawsuits; IBM sues Groupon; former Lenovo exec Rory Read's role in Dell-EMC merger; and speculating on who will succeed GSK CEO Andrew Witty.
Analysis: EMC, which has a major presence in the Triangle and is planning 1,400 layoffs, shows in its latest earnings report that it is making multiple changes. But the company, which has announced plans to be acquired by Dell, must move faster, writes analyst Krista Macomber of Technology Business Research.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Peak 10 adds a new data center in the Triangle; artificial intelligence pioneer Marvin Minsky dies; EMC's financials meet Wall Street expectations; and AvidXchange adds a former Capital One president to its board.
Analysis: Wariness about how the forthcoming Dell-EMC merger will affect VMware and news in Tuesday's earnings call that the storage technology company is cutting hundreds of jobs are short-term headwinds, writes analyst Andrew Smith of Technology Business Research. Why? In an in-depth analysis, Smith explains why TBR believes VMware is "on the right track."
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