I’ve had the honor to participate in three very different events in the last three weeks. Each gave me the opportunity to serve, share ideas, and hopefully contribute value to the attendees. If you’d like to read more about the events, check out these blog posts:
I had pre-blogged before this event about looking for the unified narrative that knits together a breadth of DP products in a more focused way via the newly (re)formed Data Protection Division within the Dell EMC institution.
The Dell acquisition of EMC is complete. Most of the leadership shifts and organizational realignments have happened. The previously Dell Software data protection solution components have moved on under the Quest banner. In short, now that the dust has settled, Dell EMC’s data protection story is ready to move forward.
There are a lot of things to like about EMC World this year, especially if data protection is important to you. Kudos on the day two general session with Jeremy Burton and Guy Churchward. Some notes from the event: It is hard to imagine doing an inside-an-appliance component-level tour from main stage, but the Fantastic Voyage miniaturization … Read more
Last week, I blogged on the combined Data Protection portfolios of Dell and EMC. It was certainly what many folks wanted to talk about last week, so here is a short video summarizing the data protection considerations of the announced acquisition: As always, thanks for watching. [Originally blogged via ESG’s Technical Optimist.com]