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WTG Dell EMC Users Group 2017 – August 4 (Boston)

WTG Dell EMC Users Group 2017

WTG Dell EMC Users Group 2017
August 4, 2017
Hotel Commonwealth
500 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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Event Details:

You’re invited to attend our 13th Annual WTG Dell EMC Users’ Group to be held on Friday, August 4th at the Hotel Commonwealth in Boston. Last year, over 100 end users attended from eight different states and we anticipate an even bigger turnout for our upcoming annual event!

Please join us to hear about the latest updates, technical deep dives, and operational best practices on Dell EMC storage, server, networking, security, converged and hyper-converged technologies. The full portfolio of Dell EMC offerings from Desktop to Data Center will be on display.

Following the Users’ Group Meeting, we welcome you to join us at Fenway Park to see the Boston Red Sox versus the Chicago White Sox. Don’t miss this exciting event! Seating is limited. Register today!

Complimentary Valet Parking at the Hotel Commonwealth.


Guests Interviewed on theCUBE:

Brian Anderson
Director, College of Arts & Sciences Information Technology, Boston University

Faculty and students at Boston University dive into the cloud
Information technology managers at colleges and universities across the country often have to walk a fine line between long-tenured faculty who are reluctant to adopt new technologies and students who started using computers before they could even walk. Meeting the expectations of both groups is not easy, but at Boston University, the migration to cloud services has helped users find a happy medium. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Hasan Barakat
Director Global IT, Cell Signaling Technology

Escape from the ‘Jurassic petting zoo’: Science firm overcomes aging IT
Many companies would probably admit they have not spent enough on information technology system upgrades. Refresh budgets often do not survive when confronted with the realities of cost management in today’s competitive business environment. Yet when one scientific research firm realized it needed to make the investment in IT necessary to meet the basic mission of the company, the IT department finally got much of what it wanted. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Andrew Baxter
Director of Systems Engineering, Commonwealth Financial Network

One financial company’s cloud and compliance balancing act
In financial services, staying on information technology’s cutting edge isn’t always practical. New technology like cloud may sound fantastic at first — until the security and compliance team weighs in. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mike Berthiaume
Systems Engineering Manager, Nutanix

Why ‘digital transformation’ may be the most hated term in IT today
Migrating from on-premises to cloud infrastructure can be disruptive — and not just in the positive sense. Couple that with the complexity of monetizing data, and it’s clear why “digital transformation” may be the most hated term in information technology, according to Mike Berthiaume (pictured, right), systems engineering manager at Nutanix Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Jeremy Burton
CMO, Dell

Dell set to grow through channel partners, focused branding, says CMO
Dell’s privatization in 2013 and $67 billion merger with EMC has been a four-year epic, running longer than many television series. The newly branded company that emerged — Dell Technologies Inc. — now stores more than half of the mission-critical data in the world, according to Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell. And the company has recently returned to the Fortune 500 list as one of the top 50-largest companies in the U.S. (ranked 41st this month). Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mike Berthiaume
Systems Engineering Manager, Nutanix

Why ‘digital transformation’ may be the most hated term in IT today
Migrating from on-premises to cloud infrastructure can be disruptive — and not just in the positive sense. Couple that with the complexity of monetizing data, and it’s clear why “digital transformation” may be the most hated term in information technology, according to Mike Berthiaume, systems engineering manager at Nutanix Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Wayne Dunn
SVP & CTO, HarborOne Bank

Why ‘digital transformation’ may be the most hated term in IT today
Migrating from on-premises to cloud infrastructure can be disruptive — and not just in the positive sense. Couple that with the complexity of monetizing data, and it’s clear why “digital transformation” may be the most hated term in information technology, according to Mike Berthiaume, systems engineering manager at Nutanix Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Mike Franco
Principal Solution Architect, Virtustream

Post merger, Dell EMC mixes it up with Virtustream for managed hybrid cloud
Behemoths Amazon Web Services Inc., Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Corp.’s Azure might not have the entire cloud market cornered after all. Having tried large public clouds, some businesses find they lack crucial management oversight, according to Mike Franco (pictured, right), principal solution architect at Virtustream Inc. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Rick Gouin
CTO, Winslow Technology Group

Everyone into the cloud? Maybe not, says CTO
It might be time to tap the brakes on the common belief that there’s a wholesale mad dash to the cloud. Organizations are beginning to sound more interested in a combined on-premises and off-premises enterprise solution, according to Rick Gouin, chief technology officer at the Winslow Technology Group LLC. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Ed Palmer
Chief Operating Officer, Winslow Technology Group

Hyperconverged infrastructure adoption on the rise, says tech company COO
The newly hired chief operating officer of Winslow Technology Group LLC, a provider of information technology solutions and consulting services, is in a position to hear from IT customers about what excites them. And he’s already heard enough to know that hyperconverged infrastructure is capturing the IT world’s attention. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


Scott Winslow
President and Founder, Winslow Technology Group

Why these IT consultants just say ‘no’ to indiscriminate partnering
In Boston, Massachusetts, in 2003, a handful of consultants, customers and techies sat at a conference table and discussed Dell Compellent Technologies Inc. storage system’s graphical user interface. They bounced around ideas about how to make it more user-friendly; then they all got up and went to a Red Sox game. Read the full blog post with highlights from his interview at SiliconANGLE.com.


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