Results for OEM Group, software
  • Blog Post: Appliances in the World of SaaS and Cloud Computing? Really?

    Recently the buzz in the IT industry has been focused on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and the larger concept of “Cloud Computing.” In its most basic form, the concept of SaaS involves a company paying for software as it is used. The software runs on computers someone else owns, and the ongoing...
  • Blog Post: OEMs are looking at cloud-based models

    Over the last month, I attended both the RSA Security Show and Digital Signage Expo . As a Business Development Manager on the Dell OEM Solutions team, I’m constantly attending events to seek out opportunities, network, and learn more about new technology showcased at the shows. One of the unique...
  • Blog Post: Dell OEM Solutions Technology Evangelists explain system redundancy on InTech

    Franklin Flint and I are both Technology Evangelists for Dell OEM Solutions responsible for generating thought leadership around technology trends and providing technical guidance and strategy for the overall business. With my software/client background, I covered the software architecture side of system...
  • Blog Post: A Story about Remote Management

    What happens when your software goes crazy? Does your customer see it? Do their customers see it? To illustrate the importance of monitoring and management, I’m going to use a story. This story is entirely fictional, but many aspects of it are entirely real for anyone who has a couple of product...
  • Blog Post: Avoiding a software “crisis” by leveraging a tier-one hardware manufacturer

    Recently, I was reading a post on the blog CTO Edge. The piece, “ A Software Crisis is Waiting to Happen ,” caught by eye and I couldn’t help but dial this IT-level conversation back a bit to the OEM solutions our customers build to sell to IT customers. The quote that really got...
  • Blog Post: A Revelation to Building Redundant or High Up-time Computing Applications

    About a month ago I was asked to participate in a discussion with my good friend and co-worker, Josh Neland (@joshneland) , about different methods for building redundant or high up-time computing applications. My understanding was that Josh would discuss redundancies in general and I would cover enterprise...