Deutsche Bank dbAccess 2012 Technology Conference
Dell Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise Storage, Darren Thomas addressed investors at the Deutsche Bank dbAccess 2012 Technology Conference in Las Vegas on September 13. Mr. Thomas discussed Dell’s storage strategy and progress with Chris Whitmore, Deutsche Bank IT Hardware Equity Research Analyst, and then took questions from the audience.
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