When an IT project is commissioned it can be backed by a number of different statements such as: “It will reduce our TCO” “This is a strategic initiative” “The ROI is compelling” “There’s funds in the budget” “Our competitors are doing
Tag Archives: vBlock
...I reached out to EMC’s Chad Sakac to gain more insights from his perspective on how the various stacks…well…stacked up....
This question has come up several times over the past week, and most recently on Kendrick Coleman’s “Finding the True Value in Vblock” post with Duncan Epping of Yellow Bricks asking some great questions. I commented on the post, but
What makes an IT department effective and agile? How can you let the stars on your team succeed while reducing gridlock and OPEX (operational expenses)? Jon Katzenback and Zia Khan have an intriguing post at Harvard Business Review on fast
Let’s take a quick overview of three separate products: Vblock: Infrastructure as a utility. Need more capacity? Purchase servers/storage/networking as a single rack – no engineering required. EMC Unified Infrastucture Manager (UIM): Single point of management for vBlock infrastructure with policy-based