What entices you more: Dell’s integration plans or its new technology advances?

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During last week's Dell Enterprise Forum, many customers said they were more interested in the company's integration plans than in new technology advances (including its all-flash Compellent arrays and the upcoming Fluid Cache for SAN flash-caching product). Do you agree? What entices you more: Dell's integration plans or its new technology advance?

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