EMC news and views – elsewhere on the web


Our EMC News blog has been up and running for a few months, and aims to be a destination for all major UK-specific news, views and customer insights coming out of EMC. We’re fully aware that many EMC fans and followers will have a broader interest in the company and our activities and we wanted to put the spotlight on some great social destinations where you can get your fill.

EMC Pulse – The EMC Pulse product and technology blog is our global EMC news repository. It’s the first stop you should make if you want to get information on all things EMC across all territories as it pulls in highlights from all of our divisions.

Chuck’s Blog – Chuck Hollis (on Twitter at @chuckhollis) is our CTO and VP of global marketing and has been with EMC for 18 years. In that time he has accrued knowledge of the workings of EMC that very few could rival. His blog covers his thoughts on key industry topics of interest: speaking to customer and industry audiences about technology that makes up the EMC value proposition. Be sure to leave him a comment if you have a query relating to a post, as you’re more than likely to receive a well-considered response.

InFocus – The InFocus global services blog has a large number of contributors from the EMC family working in different departments, including our customer support marketing manager for EMC Global Services, Dave Matson (on Twitter at @dcmatson) and Choong Leong, who leads EMC’s Cloud and Virtual Data Center service line in Asia-Pacific.

Thought Feast – Much like the InFocus blog, Thought Feast is a collaborative effort with a range of authors producing content across a wide range of categories including, big data, storage and security. Thought Feast was founded in the UK and has many European contributors, including Rashmi Knowles, chief security architect at RSA, Chris Roche the ‘Big Daddy of Big Data’ and Lady Backup (on Twitter at @ladybackup).

We obviously scour the blogosphere for insight and activity in cloud, big data and IT security well beyond the EMC bloggers, so if you have any suggestions for our blog roll, please let us know in the comments!

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