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Why EMC thinks it’s ready to power the internet of things


Despite major shakeups among its large IT-vendor peers over the past few years, storage giant EMC maintains that it’s more than capable of sticking around for the long haul and housing data for even the most-innovative types of applications. This week, Jeremy Burton, president of products at EMC, came on the Structure Show podcast to explain the company’s plans for the years to come.

It’s actually quite an interesting interview, especially if you’re interested in hybrid cloud computing, software-defined storage, and how EMC claims it can deploy those things for customers faster and cheaper than previously possible. Here, however, are a handful of highlights that help to illuminate the company’s future plans more than its current product offerings. It remains to be seen whether EMC can continue to sell its systems in a world where words like commodity are praised and legacy or even enterprise can have negative connotations, but Burton…

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