EMC: Vendor cooperation key to data security

Monday, 27 November 2006, 3:24 PM EST

The cool reception from Wall Street this summer after EMCís announcement that it would buy RSA Security had EMC executives feeling a bit flummoxed -- like the guy who elopes, only to find out that his friends didnít like his girlfriend to begin with.

EMCís stock fell 3 percent following the announcement, and in talks with analysts and reporters about the $2.1 billion deal, CEO Joe Tucci faced tough questions about the price his company paid for RSA and EMCís overall strategy.

At InfoWorld.

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