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Killexams : Dell EMC World 2017

CRN is live at Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas. Get all of ourr coverage of the event, as well content from the Dell EMC World 2017 special issue of CRN, here.

Dell EMC World

CRN is live at Dell EMC World 2017 in Las Vegas. Get all of our coverage of the event, as well content from the Dell EMC World 2017 special issue of CRN, here.

Dell EMC World News

Dell EMC Bringing Mission-Critical Cloud Power Virtustream Into Channel Program
The Virtustream Enterprise Cloud's move into the Dell EMC partner program is effective immediately and was announced today at the Dell EMC World conference in Las Vegas.

Pat Gelsinger: VMware Opens Up Tech Partners To Expand Cloud Capabilities
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said new partnerships with Amazon Web Services, Google, and other parts of the Dell EMC business will make it easier for customers to run applications and manage IoT over private, hybrid, and public clouds.

Virtustream Extends Mission-Critical Cloud Tech To Complex Health Care Applications
Virtustream, known mainly for its public cloud infrastructure for mission-critical apps like SAP, is now providing the ability to run Epic and other health care apps in a HIPAA-compliant cloud.

Michael Dell To Partners: 'Enormous Cross-Selling Opportunities For You'
Dell EMC CEO Michael Dell tells partners that the complexity inherent in enterprise digital transformations opens up more opportunities for partners to sell across Dell EMC's broad portfolio.

Dell EMC's David Goulden: Modern, Automated Infrastructure Provides The First Step For Cloud Migration
A big focus of this week's Dell EMC World is the ability of Dell EMC to provide the modern infrastructure that lets customers look at the cloud and other ways to add flexibility to their applications.

Dell EMC Rolls Out 'Flexible Consumption' Rebate For Partners
Channel Chief John Byrne hit the Dell EMC World conference stage in Las Vegas to talk about the vendor's new consumption-based rebate model for partners selling cloud and hyper-converged resources.

Dell EMC Takes Aim At Cisco With New Open Networking Push
Dell EMC is putting the pressure on Cisco and other networking market leaders, unveiling a slew of new open networking products at this week's Dell EMC World.

 

Dell North America Sales Chief: 'Winning In Both Consumer And Commercial PCs' Is Key
David Schmoock, who took over as North America sales head at Dell EMC in early April after the departure of 18-year sales veteran Bill Rodriguez, made the case at Dell EMC World for keeping the competitive pressure on in the PC arena.

Dell EMC World: Michael Dell's 7 Keys To The Future Of Dell Technologies And The IT Industry
In a keynote at the Dell EMC World conference in Las Vegas, Dell laid out the company's broad product portfolio for the more than 13,000 in attendance and gave insights into how that portfolio is positioned for the future of global business.

Dell EMC World: Enterprise Sales Chief Scannell Says Partners Are Booting Competitors, Winning Big Deals Amid Huge Market Opportunity
Scannell says the market opportunity for Dell EMC now is bigger than he's seen in more than three decades.

Michael Dell To Partners: 'Enormous Cross-Selling Opportunities For You'
Dell is contributing its Project FUSE source code to the EdgeX Foundry initiative, a project aiming to create a standard to align market leaders around a common Internet of Things framework.

Partner Marketing Push: Dell EMC Arms Partners With New MDF Resources
Dell EMC is simplifying its MDF strategy with its Partner Marketing Institute, an online portal that enables partners to seamlessly make their marketing efforts an extension of Dell EMC's.

Dell EMC Gives Partners The Nod On Commercial PCs With Extension Of Partner-Led Strategy
Dell EMC moves closer to launching its sales strategy for servers, storage and networking lines, establishing a "line of sight" for partners to make money.

Dell EMC Launches All-Flash Storage Barrage
Dell EMC debuts its VMAX 950X all-flash enterprise storage array and second-generation XtremIO all-flash block storage platform at Dell EMC World.

15 Hot Products Unleashed At Dell EMC World 2017
Whether you made it to Las Vegas for Dell EMC World or not, CRN was there.


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Dell EMC World: Transformation Titans Map Out Dell EMC's Path To Growth
With the right pieces now in place, Dell EMC's complete-portfolio call to action is being heard loud and clear across the partner ecosystem.

Marius Haas On Why There's 'Zero Debate' About The Value Of Dell EMC's End-To-End Portfolio
Marius Haas believes that when it comes to determining which vendor partner is going to provide you with long-term value creation opportunities, there's no debate that it's Dell EMC.

John Byrne On Partners Pivoting Away From Cisco, HPE, Lenovo, And Selling The Entire Dell EMC Portfolio
John Byrne says that Dell EMC partners are rapidly moving away from competing vendors and aggressively pushing new business opportunities across the entire combined portfolio.

Dell EMC's Cheryl Cook On The Combined Partner Marketing Perspective
Dell EMC's global channel marketing chief Cheryl Cook talks to CRN about the importance of communication when combining the marketing efforts of two massive partner programs.

Chad Sakac On Dell EMC's Push To Turn Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Into A Utility
Dell EMC is putting the 'pedal to the medal' when it comes to hyper-converged infrastructure and is tasking Chad Sakac and his team with making customer transformation as simple as possible for partners.

Jeremy Burton On How Partners Can Take Advantage Of A Combined Dell, EMC
Ahead of Dell EMC World 2017, Jeremy Burton dug into the blockbuster acquisition and how it primes partners to take advantage of the new combined company.

Dell EMC's David Goulden On What It Means To Be The Biggest Player In Storage
Ahead of Dell EMC World 2017, David Goulden talks to CRN about the new combined storage powerhouse and why you won't heard anyone referred to as 'ex-Dell' or 'ex-EMC.'

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Power At Every Position: Dell Fills Exec Lineup With Seasoned Channel, Sales Veterans
The new Dell Technologies intends to lean heavily on EMC's channel experts. Here's a rundown of the executives leading Dell Technologies' sales and channel operations.

Dell Adds Systems Integrators To Its IoT Solutions Partner Program
Systems integrators have a 'unique vertical experience,' says a Dell IoT executive, and have expertise in manufacturing, utilities and industrial automation.

Dell EMC Launches First Midmarket-Focused VMAX Solution At Sub-$100K Price Point
The new 250F is 'VMAX for everyone,' says Dell EMC Vice President of Marketing Peter Smails, delivering enterprise capabilities to a new market of midsize customers.

Partners: Cisco And Dell EMC Will 'Inevitably' Hit VCE Architecture And Sales Crossroads
Although Cisco and Dell are playing nice around VCE for now, partners say architectural differences and sales incentives will inevitably lead to a break up.

6 Fun Facts About Dell Technologies You Might Not Know
Ahead of the first Dell EMC World, here are six fun facts about Dell Technologies, including its environmental efforts, sports sponsorships and its high profile in television and movies.

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Killexams : Top House Republican demands answers from Biden admin over non-binary nuke official facing prison time

FIRST ON FOX: Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC), is demanding answers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) about its handling of a top nuclear official charged with theft.

Banks penned a letter Friday to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, listing a series of questions about the employment status of Samuel Brinton, who has served as the DOE's deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition since June. Brinton, who identifies as non-binary, was charged in late October with theft after allegedly stealing a $2,325 suitcase at the Minneapolis St. Paul Airport.

"The reported details of Sam Brinton’s thievery are bizarre and disturbing," Banks told Fox News Digital in a statement. "Americans deserve transparency about who and what their taxpayer dollars are funding."

The RSC chairman then listed a series of questions that he requested Granholm respond to by Dec. 7.

BIDEN ADMIN WON'T SAY IF NON-BINARY OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH STEALING WOMAN'S LUGGAGE STILL GETTING PAID

Brinton's official government portrait. (U.S. Department of Energy)

Banks asked when the DOE was made aware of the incident, whether Brinton is still being paid by the agency and how much taxpayer money Brinton has received since the alleged theft.

"Not only was Brinton caught on surveillance camera stealing the woman’s luggage, but he also reportedly lied to law enforcement on multiple occasions when questioned about the incident," Banks wrote to Granholm. "Given his appointment to a senior post at the Department of Energy, this is very alarming."

NON-BINARY BIDEN NUCLEAR OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH STEALING WOMAN'S LUGGAGE AT AIRPORT

Earlier this week, when asked whether Brinton remains on the DOE payroll, the agency reiterated to Fox News Digital that Brinton was placed on leave after the incident. But the agency has refused to say whether it is still paying Brinton despite the theft charges and whether Brinton was placed on leave specifically as a result of the incident.

"Sam Brinton is on leave from DOE, and Dr. Kim Petry is performing the duties of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition," a DOE spokesperson told Fox News Digital in a statement.

The charges, which were first reported Monday, stem from an incident on Sept. 16 in which Brinton was seen on security camera footage taking a Vera Bradley baggage that belonged to another traveler after arriving in Minnesota from Washington, D.C. Law enforcement said the footage showed Brinton taking the bag and then removing its ID tag before hurrying away.

Sam Brinton, a current Biden administration official, speaks in 2018. (The Trevor Project/YouTube/Screenshot)

Brinton was then seen traveling to Washington, D.C., on two separate occasions later in September and in early October, using the same bag. In an Oct. 9 phone call with a police officer investigating the alleged theft, Brinton admitted to taking the bag but blamed it on being tired following the Sept. 16 flight.

Brinton was ultimately charged with felony theft of a movable property without consent, a crime that in Minnesota may result in a five-year prison sentence, a $10,000 fine or both. Brinton's next court hearing in the case is scheduled for Dec. 19.

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Meanwhile, in addition to Banks, Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming — the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference and ranking member of Senate Energy and Natural Resources committee — also wrote to Granholm earlier this week, demanding that the DOE immediately terminate Brinton's employment.

"It is in the interest of both the Department’s mission and our national security that the Deputy Assistant Secretary’s clearance be immediately revoked," Barrasso wrote in the letter on Tuesday. "Additionally, the Department should undertake all necessary steps to terminate their employment immediately."

The DOE and Brinton's lawyer did not respond to a request for comment.

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Killexams : Harris County Elections administrator can't answer why polling locations ran out of paper

Why did Harris County polling locations run out of paper?

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Some Harris County voters went to cast their ballot on Election Day but left their polling location frustrated and puzzled.

“At 3:30 pm., they told us they ran out of paper, out of ballot paper,” said Sharon Gahunia, who tried to vote at the Mandarin Immersion Magnet School in the Galleria area.

“First time I ever ran into a problem like that trying to vote,” added voter John Knoerzer, who was turned away at Shadow Forest Elementary School in Kingwood.

The Harris County Republican Party said it received reports of paper ballot shortages from 21 election judges across the area. Four of them told KHOU 11 Investigates that they repeatedly called the Harris County election judge’s support line, giving ample notice that paper ballots at their polling locations were running low and to send more supplies.

“Time went by and nobody showed up, and so I called again,” said Charlotte Lampe, a presiding judge at Hamilton Middle School in the Cypress Fairbanks area.

She said her next call for help did not go well either.

“I'm going to run out of ballots, when is the ETA?” Lampe asked. “She hung up on me!”

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Presiding judge Rori Ortiz was working at the Atascocita Middle School voting center. By 3 p.m, she said they were down to 50 pages. After unsuccessful attempts to get more from election headquarters, she sent a clerk to another polling site to essentially beg for more.

“I felt like I was disenfranchising voters,” Ortiz said. “We were frustrated and upset.”

In Northwest Harris County at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, presiding judge Cody McCubbin shared a similar experience.

“I was like, ‘hey guys, I'm down to my last ream of paper,” McCubbin said. “I didn’t get anybody to come by for hours after I called.”

Like Ortiz, McCubbin sent an election worker to another polling location but was only able to get one extra ream of paper. That didn’t last long and he was forced to shut down and turn voters away. He said his voting center was out of operation for about two hours.

“To have to look the people I know in my neighborhood and look them in the eyes and say ‘sorry guys I’m out of ballots,’ do you know how much that pains me? McCubbin said.

Election judge Terry Wheeler had to do the same in nearby Cypress at Salyards Middle School. He said there were 150 people in line when paper ballots ran out at about 2 p.m. and extra ballots didn’t arrive for another two hours.

“I’ve never heard anything so basic as running out of ballots,” Wheeler said. “That’s complete incompetence. They knew our area was extremely busy, and by the way, it’s a heavy Republican area,” he said.

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Harris County Elections Administrator Clifford Tatum said his office started receiving paper ballot shortage calls as early as 7:30 a.m. on Election Day. He did not have an immediate explanation and said elections officials tried to allocate ballots based on historical turnout at voting sites.

“Did we misallocate? That’s what I have to assess,” Tatum said.

“Based on what I ascertain, I will make some recommendations to our staff, to our operations, to the courts, to the elections commission about the resources and the systems that we may need top to bottom,” he said.

For Charlotte Lampe, her volunteer election experience spans over four decades.

“It’s a real dedication for me to have free and fair elections,” she said. “This was the worst experience I have had in 40 years.”

Watch Tatum's full response to the paper ballot issues in the video player below:

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Killexams : Top House Republican demands answers from Biden admin over non-binary nuke official facing prison time

FIRST ON FOX: Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC), is demanding answers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) about its handling of a top nuclear official charged with theft.

Banks penned a letter Friday to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, listing a series of questions about the employment status of Samuel Brinton, who has served as the DOE's deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition since June. Brinton, who identifies as non-binary, was charged in late October with theft after allegedly stealing a $2,325 suitcase at the Minneapolis St. Paul Airport.

"The reported details of Sam Brinton’s thievery are bizarre and disturbing," Banks told Fox News Digital in a statement. "Americans deserve transparency about who and what their taxpayer dollars are funding."

The RSC chairman then listed a series of questions that he requested Granholm respond to by Dec. 7.

BIDEN ADMIN WON'T SAY IF NON-BINARY OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH STEALING WOMAN'S LUGGAGE STILL GETTING PAID

Banks asked when the DOE was made aware of the incident, whether Brinton is still being paid by the agency and how much taxpayer money Brinton has received since the alleged theft.

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"Not only was Brinton caught on surveillance camera stealing the woman’s luggage, but he also reportedly lied to law enforcement on multiple occasions when questioned about the incident," Banks wrote to Granholm. "Given his appointment to a senior post at the Department of Energy, this is very alarming."

NON-BINARY BIDEN NUCLEAR OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH STEALING WOMAN'S LUGGAGE AT AIRPORT

Earlier this week, when asked whether Brinton remains on the DOE payroll, the agency reiterated to Fox News Digital that Brinton was placed on leave after the incident. But the agency has refused to say whether it is still paying Brinton despite the theft charges and whether Brinton was placed on leave specifically as a result of the incident.

"Sam Brinton is on leave from DOE, and Dr. Kim Petry is performing the duties of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition," a DOE spokesperson told Fox News Digital in a statement.

The charges, which were first reported Monday, stem from an incident on Sept. 16 in which Brinton was seen on security camera footage taking a Vera Bradley baggage that belonged to another traveler after arriving in Minnesota from Washington, D.C. Law enforcement said the footage showed Brinton taking the bag and then removing its ID tag before hurrying away.

Brinton was then seen traveling to Washington, D.C., on two separate occasions later in September and in early October, using the same bag. In an Oct. 9 phone call with a police officer investigating the alleged theft, Brinton admitted to taking the bag but blamed it on being tired following the Sept. 16 flight.

Brinton was ultimately charged with felony theft of a movable property without consent, a crime that in Minnesota may result in a five-year prison sentence, a $10,000 fine or both. Brinton's next court hearing in the case is scheduled for Dec. 19.

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Meanwhile, in addition to Banks, Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming — the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference and ranking member of Senate Energy and Natural Resources committee — also wrote to Granholm earlier this week, demanding that the DOE immediately terminate Brinton's employment.

"It is in the interest of both the Department’s mission and our national security that the Deputy Assistant Secretary’s clearance be immediately revoked," Barrasso wrote in the letter on Tuesday. "Additionally, the Department should undertake all necessary steps to terminate their employment immediately."

The DOE and Brinton's lawyer did not respond to a request for comment.

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