6 thoughts on “Does EMC treat customers like infants?

  1. I prefer a little bit more technical videos….

    Well, wikipedia says: “Shark teeth are embedded in the gums rather than directly affixed to the jaw, and are constantly replaced throughout life. Multiple rows of replacement teeth grow in a groove on the inside of the jaw and steadily move forward in comparison to a conveyor belt; some sharks lose 30,000 or more teeth in their lifetime.”

    Conclusion: author of the “shark video” never attended a school, however we got extra technical knowledge.

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  2. haha,

    wikipedia: “Sharks are also known to lose at least one tooth per week. Due to their specific arrangement of rows and series however, lost teeth can be replaced within a day.”

    Dumb fish may replace lost teeth within a day, EMC is still working under LEAP/Horizon, I think shark analogy is incorrect – there should be a tortoise.

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  3. I want to think those videos aren’t targetting customers but sales/presales. They usually behave like kindergarden children, so those videos are quite appropiate for them, as they only have to remember a few concepts/keywords


  4. Definitely not, it is a current trend in EMC: when ECD CEO brings together current customers and says something like “we are going to reduce TCO, but this won’t affect you”, it sounds at least ridiculous.


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