Dell EMC World news stories
Dell Technologies World opens with several new data centre products
Dell Technologies World opened in Las Vegas this week and has already seen the launch of a number of new Dell EMC storage and server products.
Internet of Things
VMware announces availability of Pulse IoT Center
VMware says they put the Pulse IoT Center through the paces of an extensive beta test with customers and partners going back to June 2017.
Gen-14: Dell EMC launches next generation of PowerEdge server
“The demands on today’s data center have changed – it has to deliver a modern infrastructure that can adapt and scale with business needs."
EXCLUSIVE interview with Dell EMC's Frederic Dussart
At Dell EMC World this year, Dussart spoke about the recently closed Dell and EMC merger, digital transformation and trends across the ANZ market.
Q&A with Michael Dell: Software-defined data centers, PCs & the future of IT
If we look ahead - I can see a couple of things happening. The first is that the software defined data center will become the de facto standard.
Dell CFO Tom Sweet on the merger, the ANZ market & start-ups
You can’t shut off innovation. If you take yourself out of the market or shut it down for 2 years, you’re going to destroy the business.
Dell EMC World EXCLUSIVE interview - APJ VP James McCready
Dell EMC’s James McCready and Matt Oostveen spoke about the APJ marketplace, digital transformation and the recently completed Dell and EMC merger.
A big week for Dell Technologies - a breakdown of their latest product launches
"Organizations that do not invest in IT Transformation initiatives risk falling behind their competitors,”
Michael Dell, magic & Minecraft - highlights from the Dell EMC World opening keynote
“This unique structure allows us to innovate like a start-up, but with the scale of a global powerhouse.”
Dell EMC launches refreshed portfolio with IT transformation focus
Only 5% of respondents are currently prepared to meet the IT requirements of digitally transformed businesses with modern platforms.