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The storage and data giant announced Wednesday it would also restructure its business after beating fourth quarter expectations, taking a $140 million charge in the process. The company's first quarter isn't looking so hot as a result.
At least eight security researchers or policy experts have withdrawn from a US internet security conference in protest over the sponsor's alleged collaboration with the National Security Agency.
Much of the theory behind how an NSA-compromised pseudo-random number generator could be abused has been published, but now one security freelancer has published code that shows it is possible.
At CES 2014, LenovoEMC outlines new network storage arrays designed for SMBs and branch offices.
RSA Security has refuted reports that it signed a $10 million contract with the NSA to use the questioned Dual Elliptic Curve algorithm as the default pseudorandom number generator in its products.
Apparently there has been a trail of employees jumping ship from EMC to Pure Storage. Now there's some speculation as to why.
The U.S. enterprise storage and security company's financial results were weaker than expected in the third quarter.
The Singapore lab is its first worldwide and will help customers execute advanced analytics projects. It will offer affordable access to its data scientist and lab resources, and also provide training co-funded by the government.
Cloud is the future of enterprise technology, but mobile goes hand-in-hand with that. It looks like that idea hasn't escaped the EMC-spawned project.
Sanjay Mirchandani has been chosen to succeed Andrew Dutton to head up VMware's Asia-Pacific and Japan operations.
The move, the latest in a series of partnerships forged by LenovoEMC, highlight how the company is broadening out its tools to better target small and mid-sized businesses.
The U.S. enterprise storage and security company makes a strong showing in its fiscal second quarter results. Here's a look.
The IBM-Pivotal partnership includes establishing an advisory board as well as co-hosting a conference this September.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 77 cents per share on a revenue of $1.23 billion.
The goal of the partnership is produce a system that not only identifies phishing attacks faster with less false positives, but also analyzes suspected phishing sites and sources.