Why HPE Account LeSaint Logistics Is Moving to Dell EMC

I’m researching why formally loyal HPE accounts are switching to Dell EMC and while there are similarities in each account sometimes the differences are more interesting. In this case LeSaint Logistics , a third party supply chain logistics firm that is US based and has between 450 and 500 employees needed a high performance SAN and disaster recovery solution. As noted they were largely an HP/Cisco shop (Cisco is networking only) though they had standardized on Dell PCs. Their customers include manufacturers and distributors in both the B2B and B2C channels. While they started by having Dell…



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Lenovo’s Powerful Potential Global Market Position

This last week I was with Lenovo going over their server, storage, and networking strategy as they continue their pivot to become one of the last remaining hardware focused vendors in a market more often defined by change than focus these days. One of the things that strikes me as a huge competitive advantage is that unlike most technology companies that are based in either the US or Asia, Lenovo is pretty much evenly balanced between the US and China putting them closer to a future model of being more of a global company than one located in any one country. Let’s explore that this week. The…



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How to get your business through stormy weather

Having your own business is very rewarding in many ways, but it comes with a price. When you run your own business, no matter how big or small, you are responsible for yourself and the people that you employ, there is no monthly paycheck unless you provide for it. That is why having a solid financial base is crucial to keep your business alive if or when the going gets rough. There are lots of reasons your income or turnover could slack, not the right season, the economy is slow, there is a new and better product on the market or even new competition. In most cases, if you play your cards…



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IBM Power Calls Intel’s Model And Processor Obsolete

I’m at IBM Edge this week and Power is clearly a major part of this event. Doug Balog General Manager of IBM’s Power Systems group was talking about disruption today and there are few things as disruptive and IBM’s unique approach to servers and technology. The focus of his talk is on the cloud and how Intel’s model and parts are obsolete. Doug is arguing that the elements of this move to the cloud have to do with Flexibility, Speed, Productivity, and Efficiency. As a result, the conversation has moved from a technology conversation to a business conversation. To address these business needs…



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Previewing Self-Assembling Products of the Future

In today’s competitive and ever-changing environment, businesses and inventors are seeking ways to build materials both easier and cheaper. Researchers at MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab may have developed just the answer with its revolutionary solutions for design and production.



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