As Microsoft's search for its next CEO continues, new rumors and reports abound.
CNET details the pluses and minuses for some candidates, including Intel Chief Operating Officer Brian Krzanich and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.
COO tells industry analysts of a soon-to-come network of distributed data caching appliances. If it works, it could deliver application fluidity.
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.
The chipmaker announces a shakeup that will see longtime executive Pat Gelsinger depart after 30 years with the company. He's headed to EMC.
EMC has acquired Greenplum and is building a Data Computing Products Division around it. Is this move purely opportunistic or part of a grander strategy?
Company says that it will acquire private data-warehousing company Greenplum to form the foundation of a new data-computing product division within EMC.
EMC has unveiled a vision for globally federating data, essentially a cache for storage across wide area communication links.
The two tech titans are reshuffling their top ranks, with chip bigwig Pat Gelsinger headed from Intel to storage specialist EMC.
Former Intel VP Pat Gelsinger's exit was apparently unexpected. He was listed as an IDF speaker in an agenda posted the day before his departure was announced.