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Up, up and away...IT salary and compensation plans are up 5% year-over-year, and are slated to rise another 5% this year, according to TechTarget's 2013 IT Salary and Careers Survey, released in late December. Are you positioned to benefit?
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, businesses throughout the Northeast, particularly New York and New Jersey, are still struggling to assess the damage and get back to business as usual. With one of their most valuable assets compromised–their information— hopefully they are prepared with a solid disaster recovery plan. For years, the standard disaster recovery ...Continue Reading »
One of my first assignments at EMC was to learn and deliver the Centera customer presentation – an overview of the company’s most successful archiving platform to date. At the time, as a new employee, I had no perspective on why it was important and certainly had no idea that the topic would be even ...Continue Reading »
Guest Post by Chuck Dufresne, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, EMC Backup Recovery Systems In the automotive industry, the word, “boost” is “a loose term for turbo or supercharger.” It describes positive manifold pressure in automobile engines that increases horsepower and performance. If you have ever driven a car with a turbo you can attest to ...Continue Reading »
Summer has arrived! Most of my weekends are spent participating in activities filled with adrenaline and a little touch of risk. This weekend we were rock climbing in an area that is very popular and filled with experienced climbers. While waiting for a route we were observing climbers in other groups. One thing that I ...Continue Reading »
Guest Post by Chuck Dufresne, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, EMC Backup Recovery Systems A governor, or speed limiter, is a device used to measure and regulate the speed of a machine, such as an engine. Just as you probably would not appreciate speed limiters on your personal automobile, you don’t want your backup solution to ...Continue Reading »
Last weekend I was able to get outside and enjoy the beautiful snow capped mountains around where I live. The intent was an exhilarating back-country ski that would be emotionally relaxing. However, the group I was with decided to discuss a rather heavy topic. The question we were discussing was: How you would react if ...Continue Reading »