Steve Todd, EMC Fellow and VP of Strategy and Innovation,
spends a lot of time in the field. In this article, he serves up his observations
about innovation at EMC’s global locations, including China, Egypt, India,
Ireland, Israel, and Russia.
The First Law of Thermodynamics states that energy can be
moved around and converted from one form to another, but it can’t be created
out of nothing. The same is true in business—the rate of value growth for
companies in total is limited by the rate of global economic growth. Any
company that creates value at a faster rate has to take the value from someone
EMC Chairman and CEO Joe Tucci explains the strategic
rationale (and value for customers) of EMC’s federation of businesses. Listen
to the webcast of his presentation at the Sanford Bernstein Strategic Decisions
Conference held last Friday in New York.
In Ireland last month, EMC, together with University College
Cork, the Irish Management Institute, and SAS, announced an executive education
program designed to help business leaders use surging volumes of data to enable
enterprise innovation and the creation of new jobs.
more from Bob Savage, Vice President and Managing Director, EMC Ireland.
It’s Friday and as EMC’s Chuck Hollis winds down his week,
he shares some free associated commentary and observations about Pivotal,
OpenStack, the new wave of storage startups, EMC World, FreeStructure, and
EMC’s Information Heritage Initiative, which aims to protect
and preserve the world’s cultural information through digitization, is active
in projects including the Vatican Library, Ernest Hemingway’s La Finca Vigia
near Havana, Cuba, Yad Vashem, The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance
Authority in Jerusalem, and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston.
How can employers mitigate the escalating costs of health
care while providing a benefits program that meets the needs of their
employees? By becoming data rich and making data analytics meaningful to their
workforce. Here’s how EMC does it.