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EMC Honored with 'CIO CHOICE' Title for Virtualization and Data Recovery
Moving toward cloud is a big -- and the most required -- transformation for every organization today. But the move involves key strategies that will help companies to maximize productivity, protect their corporate data, and reduce infrastructure and support costs.
EMC (News - Alert) Corporation is a company that has mastered efforts in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations through innovative products and services. The company helps IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze data in a secured and cost-efficient way.
EMC recently confirmed that it has received the ‘CIO CHOICE' recognition honor title in two categories -- in Storage Virtualization and Cloud and Data Recovery Solutions -- in India, in the Large Enterprise Vendor Category at an awards ceremony amidst 300+ CIOs from India.
"We are honored and delighted to receive this recognition from the CIO community in India,” said Rajesh Janey, president, EMC India and SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation). “EMC continues to represent the trusted standard in creating strategic business value to CIOs through the innovative use of technologies. These awards are recognition of our continuous effort to demonstrate excellence both in storage and data recovery solutions even in the most demanding and dynamic IT environments.”
This second annual list contains the recognized brands of ICT vendors selected through an independent CIO voting survey from across the country on product performance, customer satisfaction and continued customer service.
A powerful tool, the CIO CHOICE helps organizations in the Information and Communications Technology space to promote and market their products, services and solutions. The platform recognizes and companies and helps marketers create a positive brand positioning for their offerings by being the CIOs preferred choice. The recognition is “…by the CIO and for the CIO,” the company said in a statement.Having earned the honor to wear the CIO CHOICE logo, ICT vendors will be enjoying new media campaigns and amplified CIO exposure resulting in increased sales.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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