Cradle to Grave: Announcing EMC Documentum Submission Store and View

Rohit Ghai

Rohit Ghai

COO, Information Intelligence Group at EMC

Life sciences organizations need assurance that they not only have a complete view of regulatory activity, and all communications and interactions associated, but they have it at their fingertips 24x7x365.  So if pharmaceutical companies are still storing their electronic submission documents somewhere on a file server, or manually digging around for all the different communications and interactions, a cradle-to-grave solution is exactly what the doctor ordered.

Today, I am pleased to introduce EMC Documentum Submission Store and View (SSV), a simplified way to store, search and retrieve submission documentation and all associated correspondence while adhering to the utmost in security and compliance regulations. Continue reading

The New VNX-F All Flash Array – Whopping Density Combined with Speed and Affordability

Jeff Boudreau

Jeff Boudreau

SVP and General Manager, Enterprise & Mid-Range Systems Division at EMC

Recently, Gartner released their first ever Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays (SSAs), also known as all-flash arrays, and recognized EMC in the ”Leaders” quadrant, rarified air indeed and a testament to EMC’s flash strategy and the execution of bringing products like XtremIO and VNX-F to market.

So what should the market leader do upon reaching the top of the all-flash array heap? Keep innovating of course! Today EMC announces updates to the VNX-F – including new VNX-F5000 and VNX-F7000 models that deliver higher density and a lower entry price than ever before. These new offerings are designed for today’s mission-critical apps that require their own dedicated storage arrays.

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New RSA Solution Takes Customers from Hunted to Hunter

Grant Geyer

Grant Geyer

Vice President, Security Analytics at RSA

When I meet with customers, I’m always intrigued by how they perceive their organization’s cyber risk relative to their security program’s maturity.   These conversations are invaluable in guiding the development of our product strategy. Over the past few years, though, I’ve noticed a change in tone.  Practitioners charged with building and maintaining their security programs seemoverwhelmed. Enterprises are in survival mode –under an increasing volume of attacks.  Targeted attacks are becoming harder and harder to detect and low priority infections are being ignored.  They have become accustomed to their networks being in a constant state of compromise.

To aid in this fight, we are bringing some relief to the market.  The new RSA Advanced Security Operation Center (ASOC) Solution  integrates RSA Security Analytics, RSA ECAT, RSA Archer Security Operations and RSA Advanced Cyber Defense training and services to help customers go from reactive to proactive – from hunted to hunter. With capabilities designed to detect not just common suspicious activity, but also find and investigate the most lethal and stealthy attacks, security teams can focus on the biggest risks to their infrastructure.

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A Leading Vendor: New Gartner Magic Quadrant Names EMC a Solid-State Array Leader

Dan Cobb

Dan Cobb

Vice President, Distinguished Engineer, NVM Strategy at EMC

Gartner has placed EMC in the “Leaders” quadrant of its inaugural Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays report with the highest execution. We believe XtremIO arrays and VNX-F technology rocketed EMC into this spot after less than a year on the market, with huge demand for XtremIO and VNX-F technology seeing great uptake with enterprise customer deployments worldwide.

But sales aren’t enough to land a product in the Leaders quadrant. According to Gartner, Vendors must also have the market share, credibility, and marketing and sales capabilities needed to drive the acceptance of new technologies. This is where EMC’s unique blend of innovation and market leadership helps us excel.

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EMC Receives Highest Score for ‘Extranet’ and ‘Mobile Workforce’ in Gartner EFSS Research*

Jeetu Patel

Jeetu Patel

General Manager, EMC Syncplicity

As a leader in the enterprise file, sync and share (EFSS) market, EMC’s “mobile first” approach has enabled us to meet and support our ever-growing customer requirements. It’s no longer just about storage space and pricing; customers need to strike the right balance between productivity, efficiency and security. Enterprises need to take into consideration the best way to leverage EFSS by matching capabilities to use cases, especially as this market continues to mature.

On the heels of EMC’s “leader” position in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing, today, I’m pleased to share that Gartner has recognized EMC Syncplicity in its Critical Capabilities for Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing report. Gartner gave Syncplicity the highest score for extranet and mobile workforce.**

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