Lauren is a Principal Product Marketing Manager at EMC working on the Experiential Marketing team. She helps drive customer-facing activities including engagement campaigns, events, webinar programs, and tradeshows. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband and two children.
Although it feels like months ago, Dell EMC World wrapped up on October 20th. The results from all of our activities have trickled in and we now have a holistic view of our Core Technologies performance at the event…and it was stellar!
The week kicked off with the Executive Summit where two of our products were showcased in the Whisper Suite…shhh! It was an exclusive area where anyone with an approved pass and covered under NDA could enter. The conversations with press, analysts, and customers were driven by our senior product specialists, who ran through product demos and GUI simulators galore.
As the main event came into full swing on Tuesday, the expo hall welcomed over 6,000 attendees to live music, customer experience showcases, a product petting zoo, and countless theater presentations. The hall was packed with folks eager to learn about the new Dell EMC solution offerings. Conversations with our product experts were lengthy, and attendees were hungry for more details about the Core Technologies products. Our hardware was proudly on display, catching the attention of folks walking through the aisles and sparking conversation with our experts.
Attendees, press, and analysts buzzed throughout the convention center to partake in the various activities laid out for them. There were overwhelmingly positive reviews with the amount of sessions, hands on labs, and booths to visit over the three-day event. The Core Technologies schedule was packed with a “a “Tech Sneak Peek” showcasing the latest release for XtremIO; an interview with TheCUBE and Chris Ratcliffe, and of course the awesome “Dark IT Knight” keynote, where the Data Protection Suite team saved the day. (more…)
Consultant Social Media Engagement Manager, Dell EMC
Jamie brings over 20 years of experience in both traditional and digital marketing and has worked for companies like Direct to Retail Advertising, The Robb Report Magazine and Monster.com.
She joined Dell EMC over four years ago to manage the Advanced Software Division’s social media strategy, and since then has taken on the challenge of managing the social media strategy for Dell EMC's Core Technologies Division. Her newest role will be managing Digital Campaigns for the Dell EMC Data Protection Division as well as leading strategy for Social Media in both the Data Protection and Storage Divisions.
Jamie is also a Beachbody Coach helping to inspire others to live a healthier and more active lifestyle. When she is not Tweeting on behalf of Dell EMC or working out to Beachbody, you can find her at a live music venue watching her favorite artist or planning her next theme party.
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This year is a very special Dell EMC World as it is the first event we are hosting as a combined company. Three amazing days will be spent in Austin, one of this writers favorite cities, listening to industry leaders talk about the future of technology, the future of Dell EMC and of course some amazing music.
Our division, Core Technologies as known in the inner walls of the company, is especially excited about this year’s event. Just last week we had four major announcements within our product lines. If you are one of the lucky ones attending Dell EMC World you will be able to take a deep dive first hand from our experts on site. Just in case you did miss the announcements, you can view them right here:
As an attendee of Dell EMC World we do want to give you every opportunity to learn how to modernize your data center with all-flash storage and make sure your data is protected everywhere, no matter where it lives. The first place you can meet face-to-face with our experts and get live demos is in the booth. Be sure to visit our experts in the Data Center Booth B17 or the Big Data Booth F1.
The next option is to attend a session. Check out this schedule of sessions being hosted by the Core Technologies Team :
The team will also be hosting right in the booths a series of theater presentations led by our experts. If you get the opportunity I would highly recommend checking them out. Here is the schedule:
Lastly once you’ve learned all about the amazing features of the Dell EMC Core Technologies products, I bet you’ll want to get your hands on them. At Dell EMC World you can on Wednesday October 19 from 11am to 5pm and on Thursday October 20 from 8am to 10:30am. Check out all the great products you can get your hands on:
For those of you who are not going to the event we do want to make sure you can experience Dell EMC World virtually. Pull out your smartphone or jump on your Dell 2-in-1, open your Twitter app, and follow @DellEMCProtect, @DellEMCStorage, and @DellEMCXtremIO. All of the activities and additional announcements (Spoiler Alert! Yes, there’s more coming) will be reported real time on these Twitter handles so be sure to follow along and get social with us!
Whether you are live at Dell EMC World or following along on Twitter – the Dell EMC Core Technologies Team looks forward to engaging with you!
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