Envision The Future Entries for 2017 Now Open!


The annual Dell EMC competition for senior undergraduate students is back! With the focus on sparking creativity in young minds in the fields of cloud computing, big data, high performance computing, and IT security, students have the opportunity to be a part of charting the digital transformation pathway.

With a host of different topics to pitch and submit their projects on, including apps, software-defined data centers, programming techniques for high-performance computing and social networking solutions, the sky (and their future) is the limit!

While 2016 was a phenomenal year for Envision The Future, Dell EMC can’t wait to see what the 2017 students will present. Each and every year, the entry projects get better and more innovative (be sure to read all about our 2016 winners and their projects here) so we can expect this year to be no different with new young talent and fresh solutions.

Why should you enter?

  • Your great idea could be the start of a fantastic business venture! Envision the Future will equip you with the critical thinking to formulate your idea into a concrete business plan that could take your career to new heights and successes.
  • You will have the opportunity to network with some of the industry’s greatest which may open new doors and opportunities. You will also be able to share ideas, learn and prepare for your future from experts, peers and other like-minded people.
  • And who knows, you could become the next big name in cloud, IT security or big data!

Envision the Future is open to all undergraduates enrolled in the EMC Academic Alliance Program at universities in Turkey, the Middle East and Africa. You can expect the competition to be jammed with innovative ideas so winning the top cash prize of $5000 is going to require innovation!

Entries are open until 1st December 2016 – click here to register now. Or visit http://middle-east.emc.com/campaign/emea/envisionthefuture/index.htm for more information on the Envision the Future program.

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