Dell EMC, a public company, is an enterprise technology vendor that provides solutions across data storage, servers, converged infrastructure, networking, and data protection. Enterprise-leading technologists largely use Dell EMC to manage their enterprise's strategy, procurement & implementation of flash & hybrid storage, software-defined storage, servers, data center infrastructure, cloud services, converged and hyper-converged infrastructure, data backup, switches, and wireless networking.
Notable enterprise vendors competing for wallet share alongside Dell EMC include: Pure Storage, IBM, HPE, NetApp, Commvault, VMware, Rubrik, Red Hat, Hitachi, Nutanix, Oracle, Cisco, Teradata, Veritas, Nimble Storage, Actifio, and Microsoft.
IT leaders need insight into the solutions, reliability, implementation cost, support structure, and compatibility offered by Dell EMC - and its position, stability, and trajectory predominantly within the storage, servers, converged infrastructure, networking, and data protection market.
Since 2016, ETR has surveyed Dell EMC's target consumer base and end users about their forward-looking spending intentions with the company. Our survey methodology, frequency of polling and round table discussions with CIOs, allow us to capture and report, in real-time, changes in customer demand and the impact these changes have on Dell EMC's calendar year spend. Specifically, the data provides actionable insight into whether the company's products and services within Cloud Computing / Managed Hosting, Data Warehousing, IT Consulting, Information Security, PC / Tablet / Laptop, Server and Storage are seeing an acceleration, flattening or deceleration in spending intentions within the enterprise.
The most recent spending intentions data for Dell EMC was collected through ETR's proprietary TSIS (Technology Spending Intentions Survey) from 9/12/2018 - 9/27/2018 and was sourced from 579 CIOs and IT end users, which represent approximately $241B in annual IT spend. Further, of the 579 customers, 116 represent Fortune 500 organizations and 168 represent Global 2000 organizations.The report is available for purchase below.