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Enterprise Moves to the Cloud

We founded Virtustream in 2009 when we saw an unmet need in the marketplace for a public cloud service capable of handling the “heaviest” mission-critical workloads of large enterprises. Traditional enterprise applications such as enterprise resource planning, supply chain...


Talent & Human Resources Blog

Day-in-the-Life with Chandra Keyser Chandra Keyser, ITIL Expert in Pennsylvania Questions: 1. Tell us a little about your day-to-day role at Virtustream – what are some of your responsibilities and activities you regularly work on? I currently work in the IT Service...


Dell EMC World 2017: Virtustream Cheat Sheet

Heading to Dell EMC World next week and want to say hello to the Virtustream team throughout the show? We thought you might – so we put together a quick cheat sheet of where you can find us, when we’re speaking and how to engage with us. Check it out! Ongoing happenings at...


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Talent & Human Resources Blog

Snag The Tech Job You (Really) Want: Part II — Graduation Edition Lauren Day, Senior Director of Global Talent Acquisition If graduation snuck up on you sooner than expected, fear not! In my last blog post, I provided some useful tips for securing the tech job of your...


Talent & Human Resources Blog

Snag The Tech Job You (Really) Want: Part I Lauren Day, Senior Director of Global Talent Acquisition As the technology industry grows more competitive by the minute, many candidates across various levels and roles are finding themselves wondering how to get their foot in the...


Is Your Cloud Storage “Enterprise-ready”?

In early 2016, the 451 Group released a report that forecasted public cloud storage spending to double the current spending percentage by 2017. Cloud storage growth has accelerated over the last few years as companies look to benefit from the scale, efficiency and reduced...


What did we do before GPS or Global Positioning?

Explorers navigated by pure luck and chance. Eventually, navigation relied on the sun’s direction during the day, the moon by night, and later by stars with a technology invention called the sextant. Next came radio positioning and now satellites enabling GPS – a...