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EMC announces new features for its Isilon NAS and its Syncplicity file sync and sharing system at EMC World 2013.
Storage and software giant EMC has revealed plans to scale back its global workforce. The announcement comes after the company's earnings for the first quarter of 2013 missed Wall Street's expectations.
The new enterprise Platform-as-a-Service from EMC and VMware taps consumer trends but realizes that not all businesses are interested in big public clouds.
"Customers are still being very cautious with their IT spending. For sure most orders are subject to greater scrutiny and many enterprises are now requiring a higher level of executive sign-off," says EMC CEO Joe Tucci.
According to LenovoEMC, its network video recorders (NVRs) are designed for security installations with less than 20 Internet Protocol cameras.
The LifeLine 4.0 OS aims to bring more enterprise-class storage features to smaller companies via its Iomega branded products.
EMC is adding an enterprise version of its Syncplicity file sharing platform on top of the existing personal and business editions.
Based on a new report, there could be a bidding war in the process over the cloud and web hosting business, SoftLayer.
Paul Maritz, former VMware CEO and chief strategist at EMC, has a new mission. Take a collection of big data and cloud assets in the newly formed Pivotal spin-off and make it a family of products that IT buyers will want.
EMC's latest update for backup environment tools is being touted as a "quantum leap" forward thanks to a much speedier deployment process.
EMC and Intel launch Hadoop distributions as they realize that big data is going to create a lot of hardware opportunities.
Many data warehousing players have built Hadoop connectors, but EMC went for a distribution so it could improve query response time.
We caught up with VCE CEO Praveen Akkiraju to talk a little bit of shop following the venture's Vblock launch last week.
The EMC and Cisco integrated infrastructure joint venture VCE has made great strides since 2009, but the two companies have a combined $755 million in expenses since inception and no details about sales attributed to the unit.
The company is to acquire Virsto, a storage hypervisor and optimisation vendor, in an effort to further its software-defined datacentre strategy.