Tech@Tuck

Keith Gamble T’01, Global Alliances Manager, EMC Corporation

Topics: Customer Infrastructure Internet of Things Process Management Risk Management

December 5, 2012 • Tuck School of Business

screen-shot-2016-10-27-at-3-41-26-pmEMC Corporation (EMC) and its subsidiaries develops, delivers and supports the information technology (IT) industry’s range of information infrastructure technologies and solutions. EMC’s Information Infrastructure business supports customers’ information lifecycle management (ILM) strategies and helps them build information infrastructures that store, protect, optimize and leverage their vast and growing quantities of information. EMC’s Information Infrastructure business consists of three segments: Information Storage, Content Management and Archiving, and RSA Information Security.

EMC is a global company with over 50,000 employees worldwide. In 2011, EMC was ranked 2nd on Fortune’s list of the World’s Most Admired Computer Companies, and it was 3rd in 2010. EMC was recognized in 2010 for its IT Proven Project with a CIO 100 Award, which awards business that are creating new business value through innovation of technology. EMC also tied for 16th on NetProspex’s Social 50 List in May 2010, which scores based upon the social media activity of each company by measuring employees average activity across major social media channels.

EMC has ranked on several best places to work including ones abroad. EMC was ranked 33rd in the Top 50 Best Places to Work of 2010 by Glassdoor.com. In Ireland, EMC was ranked 4th in the Great Place to Work Institute’s Best Places to Work, where employees ranked companies. EMC has also won awards for programs for interns and recent college graduates, including in 2008 EMC was ranked 44th in BusinessWeek’s List of Top 50 Places to Intern and also 66th ranked in BusinessWeek’s List of Top 100 Places to Launch a Career.

Keith Gamble T’01, Global Alliances Manager, EMC Corporation,visited Tuck to discuss the enterprise systems marketplace, big data and career opportunities for Tuck students.


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  • Dean Johnson introduces Keith to the class.

  • Keith answers questions from the students.

  • Keith explains the many advantages of in-memory computing, specifically speaking about SAP's HANA.

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