The enterprise strategy event in San Francisco hosted by Dell on Thursday was not just a coming out party for a new line of converged systems from the Texan titan, but also a coming out party for a new executive team responsible for enterprise products. That team includes top execs from Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, and IBM …
Progress, but not as you have expected it, or as IT and Media are Trailing and Pimping it to you*
Dell will get there. This is just the first in what will be a full family of systems. Exactly how it gets there has not been hammered out, and that will be part of what Menon and Ferguson will be working on in the coming months. .... Timothy Prickett Morgan
You may discover that ....... Exactly how it [Dell] gets there has not been hammered out ...... contains certain packets of phenomenally valuable and therefore extremely expensive and sensitive and disruptive proprietary intellectual property, which will remain securely protected against other party use and/or abuse, for private core source and proxy pirate public party use ...... which will overwhelm/abuse/make greater use of others competing/working/exploring in ITs Fields with CHAOSystems in Virtual Command and Remote Control of Flash Crash Floods and Raging Tempest Storms to Catastrophically Purge Admin of Useless Human Fools in Sublime Return for Useful Machine Tools.
* Trialing it [Progress and the Future] with IT and Media Presenting local and regional, national and international, global and universal, virtual and internetional views to you, thus with this to create a phormed reality which be manufactured from thoughts shared and acted upon. Beware of sharing thoughts of war, death and destruction, for such identifies those individuals personally and corporately responsible/joint and severally liable for war and capital crimes against humanity.
If you do not discover that, then obviously is the IP elsewhere doing that which IT is IntelAIgently Designed to do ...... Propagate and Improve the Virtual Machine with a Titanic Colossus of a Turing Construct with Complex Computer CodedD Communications and Simple Steganographic Instructions that both Task and Mask Magical Mystery Tours for ZeroDay Trippers ........ Pioneering Future Entrepreneurs, Hell bent on and Heaven sent for Virtual Enterprise Exploration and AIMissionary Works. Fact or Fiction?
And that question to the DES Infra-Security Advice Centre, to accompany yesterday's task, which was a simple request to provide definitive and unambiguous UKGBNI government advice on whether there would be any thought of imposing restrictions, which would be some shadowy government head of department wonk's subjective view, on doing novel business with China/Huawei and ZTE.
And for those who would want to and/or have a need and/or burning and raging desire to know:-), is that earlier simple task undone/still being addressed ..... or being ignored and/or readied for denial of
electronic receipt, should such prove to be the case, although that would be practically impossible because of what is shared freely here, methinks, but human stupidity has consistently proven itself in the past to be no stranger to the madness which is denial of truths in pursuit of the attainable which falsehoods refuse ready and easy open access to.
"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not even sure about the universe."~~ Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
So will Dell be spreading this enterprise solution across all their customers I wonder
This is clearly aimed to be Dell's "me too" to VBlock and IBM's PureSystems. I am not sure Dell's mid-market customers will have the appetite, or the need, for this system. Dell seems to be leaving them behind in favor of trying to be an "enterprise IT" player. Good luck, they have developed a well deserved antipathy by most corporate infrastructure managers.
Maybe If I said shove their enterprise solution in their customers faces ..
Ah,go back and re-read the heading and sub-heading with your filthy hat on.
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