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A 110 years ago, people made toast by holding bread over fire and repeatedly flipping it. It was inconvenient, labor-intensive, somewhat dangerous, and most importantly, it produced burnt toast. Then Mr. Edison came along. Electricity was applied and 80 years of innovation later, we ac...
A 110 years ago, people made toast by holding bread over fire and repeatedly flipping it. It was inconvenient, labor-intensive, somewhat dangerous, and most importantly, it produced burnt toast. Then Mr. Edison came along. Electricity was applied and 80 years of innovation later, we ac...
Traditional data migration is disruptive, expensive, and time-consuming. And worse, it has always been a speed bump to you realizing the value of new storage infrastructure. With the pace of change and the agility business is demanding of IT, it’s time to break that mold, and to modern...
If you’re an EMC customer/user, one of the most compelling benefits of EMC World is the opportunity to engage directly with the engineers and experts for the products you use every day. It’s not only a chance to get your questions answered, but it’s an opportunity to better understand ...
If you’re an EMC customer/user, one of the most compelling benefits of EMC World is the opportunity to engage directly with the engineers and experts for the products you use every day. It’s not only a chance to get your questions answered, but it’s an opportunity to better understand ...
EMC World 2015 is in the books. Fallout Boy and One Republic put on an amazing show, and the after parties were pretty wild. But, the biggest force around Emerging Technology, and possibly the whole show, was open source. The reason was EMC’s announcement of Project CoprHD (pronounced ...
Keith Waryas EMC World 2015 is in the books. Fallout Boy and One Republic put on an amazing show, and the after parties were pretty wild. But, the biggest force around Emerging Technology, and possibly the whole show, was open source. The reason was EMC’s announcement of Project CoprHD...
Keith Waryas People have a need to classify and organize things into neat categories. This is especially true in technology. We talk about cloud, big data, networking, mobility, etc., and via our technical expertise/specialty/focus we create – to borrow Seth Godin’s idea- tribes ...
Keith Waryas People have a need to classify and organize things into neat categories. This is especially true in technology. We talk about cloud, big data, networking, mobility, etc., and via our technical expertise/specialty/focus we create – to borrow Seth Godin’s idea- tribes ...
People have a need to classify and organize things into neat categories. This is especially true in technology. We talk about cloud, big data, networking, mobility, etc., and via our technical expertise/specialty/focus we create – to borrow Seth Godin’s idea- tribes around these ...
Keith Waryas Note: this blog is part of the ViPR how-to video series. Click the image below to explore additional resources and step-by-step videos from our experts. Trust. It’s hard to win, easy to lose and can quickly be undermined. But, for all its fickle nature, trust is probably t...
Note: this blog is part of the ViPR how-to video series. Click the image below to explore additional resources and step-by-step videos from our experts. Trust. It’s hard to win, easy to lose and can quickly be undermined. But, for all its fickle nature, trust is probably the most criti...
Keith Waryas My family and I recently took a week-long vacation in Cape Cod, MA. On the way, we made a quick stop at a local café/coffee shop.  To protect the innocent, let’s just call the establishment “Java Joe’s.” The coffee shop is small hometown-type of place featuring fantastic p...
My family and I recently took a week-long vacation in Cape Cod, MA. On the way, we made a quick stop at a local café/coffee shop.  To protect the innocent, let’s just call the establishment “Java Joe’s.” The coffee shop is small hometown-type of place featuring fantastic pastries and b...
Ten years ago I made my living as an analyst with IDC, focusing on the business side of mobility. For sure, it was a different era; texting was really a European-only phenomenon and the “mobile Internet” delivered speeds of 25-50kbps (k … as in kilobyte). But with a couple million user...
Keith Waryas Ten years ago I made my living as an analyst with IDC, focusing on the business side of mobility. For sure, it was a different era; texting was really a European-only phenomenon and the “mobile Internet” delivered speeds of 25-50kbps (k … as in kilobyte). But with a couple...
This is Part 3 of a 3-part series on the Dual Perspectives of IT and Business Leaders on ITaaS. Click here to view Part 1 and Part 2.  To see the whole story told at once view the Dual Perspectives on ITaaS Journey infographic.  Also be sure to read the blog to tell it all. “A day with...
This is Part 3 of a 3-part series on the Dual Perspectives of IT and Business Leaders on ITaaS. Click here to view Part 1 and Part 2.  To see the whole story told at once view the Dual Perspectives on ITaaS Journey infographic.  Also be sure to read the blog to tell it all. “A day with...
Keith Waryas “A day without sunshine is like, you know, night.” –Steve Martin “Business and IT leaders agree that IT services need to match with business requirements.” — Dual Perspectives ITaaS survey *Mouse over the mini-infographic for an up close look of how the stats t...
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