Efficient Enterprises do more with EqualLogic

If you haven’t already heard the news (or seen one of the cool new banner ads), today Dell is launching a new campaign highlighting how EqualLogic enables customers to be more efficient with transform the way they store data with:

These three pillars of the campaign represent significant opportunities for you to transform the way your organization’s data is stored and managed.  Moving away from monolithic, inflexible storage methods to next generation solutions that are designed for efficiency, flexibility and simplicity.  More than 20,000 customers around the world have already taken advantage of EqualLogic’s intelligent, enterprise class software capabilities like snapshots, clones, automated storage tiering, replication and thin-provisioning (all-included with no additional add-on licenses!) to become more agile and efficient.

Worldwide, Dell is helping return $200 billion dollars to enterprises by moving away from complex, proprietary IT solutions to more open, capable and affordable ways of managing their infrastructure and dealing with the explosion of digital data in the virtual era.

But transforming the way you store and manage data is really the first step to achieving Enterprise Efficiency. So go ahead and click on the banner and check out our campaign’s technical whitepapers and case studies to see why Efficient Enterprises can really do more with Dell EqualLogic iSCSI SANs.

About the Author: Andrew Gilman

Andrew Gilman is the Chief Revenue Officer at Immuta, a pioneer in data management for AI, where he’s responsible for global sales and marketing. He brings 15 years of experience leading go-to-market (GTM) strategy and operations at successful venture-backed and publicly-traded enterprise technology companies. Prior to Immuta, he was Actifio's General Manager and led GTM operations for the SaaS and Software portfolio. Previously at Actifio, Andrew was the founding member of the marketing team, where he built and operated the demand generation, inside sales, corporate and channel marketing teams globally - growing the company from pre-revenue to more than $1B valuation in 2014, while scaling to over 1,000 customers across 30 countries. Before Actifio, Andrew led GTM strategy and virtualization programs for EqualLogic (acquired by Dell for $1.4B). Before Dell, he held a variety of product marketing leadership roles at EMC including leading product marketing for the mid-range storage software portfolio, and completing the 2nd Marketing Leadership Development Program (MLDP) class. Previously Andrew worked in both technical and marketing capacities at several successful startups. He frequently contributes articles to industry publications, can be found speaking at industry events and has served as an advisor/mentor to emerging technology startups. Andrew earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the Boston University School of Management. He lives just outside of Boston with his wife, son and daughter.