In the wake of leaks on the NSA's PRISM program, China considers investigating the tech companies to determine if their technologies are being used to spy on the country, reports Shanghai Securities News.
CEO Joe Tucci says the company is seeing solid demand for its gear and software, which are in the middle of the virtualization and hybrid cloud-computing trends.
The tech giant reports earnings of $477.1 million on revenue of $4.6 billion. Its 2011 outlook, however, falls short of estimates.
The tech giant, which owns most of VMware, is benefiting from virtualization and demand for storage, as it pulls in revenue of $4.21 billion.
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CEO Joe Tucci touts EMC's ability to hit the key movements--cloud computing, virtualization, and big data--that are revamping enterprise IT.
EMC's succession plan seems workable. For starters, EMC looks methodical. And it also has a good bench of executives to choose an inside CEO.
Given the current economy, EMC had a blow-out third quarter. But other storage vendors won't necessarily see good times ahead unless they position and integrate.
Pat Gelisinger hops from Intel to a position that puts him in competition with two other EMCers to succeed Joe Tucci. What now from EMC's new executive suite?
Are we ready to add EMC to a list of comprehensive systems and platform vendors that now includes Dell, HP, IBM, and Oracle/Sun?