According to Joyce Mullen, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Dell EMC’s IoT and OEM Business Units, when it comes to the IoT, particularly the Industrial segment, “The value is in the data and the presentation of the data, and the decisions you can make based on that data.” I happen to agree with that assessment, and that’s the path we went down in this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion. Dell EMC sits in the cat-bird’s seat when it comes to data and analytics, so I found it particularly interesting to speak to one of the industry’s trailblazers.
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