I've been fascinated with technology since I was a boy banging around on my father's adding machine. Back then I'd type in an equation, the device made some cool noises, and out came my answer. I was hooked.
Real entrepreneurs have what I call the three Ps (and, trust me, none of them stands for 'permission'). Real entrepreneurs have a 'passion' for what they're doing, a 'problem' that needs to be solved, and a 'purpose' that drives them forward.
VMWare, as you know, remains a public company, and Secure Works is also a public company. And it's possible in the future that within the group, we could have other public companies.
We tell prospective hires, 'If you want an environment that is never going to change, don't come here. This is not the place for you.'
I can predict things. I can improve the uptime and the reliability. I can intervene and cause a better outcome before there's a problem.
One of the interesting things about the Dell-EMC combination is that we don't have a lot of overlap.