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Scott Sinclair

Practice Director, Cloud & Infrastructure

About

Practice Director Scott Sinclair has a proven history with 25+ years of experience in the server and storage industries.

Scott uses his keen understanding, which he leveraged while investigating new technologies and designing business strategies for Fortune 500 technology companies, to solve unique problems for his clients.

Prior to joining Enterprise Strategy Group, Scott held senior product management and marketing roles at enterprise storage vendors Dell Technologies and EMC Corp.

Scott has appeared in Information Week, CIO Dive, ITPro, Blocks & Files, and SDX, among others. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, and an MBA from the Texas McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin.

Areas of Expertise

  • Cloud-native Storage
  • Composable
  • Computational Storage
  • Data Storage
  • Hybrid Cloud
  • Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
  • Intelligent/Automatic Infrastructure
  • Kubernetes
  • Multi-cloud Strategy
  • Server/Compute

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The cloud experience has been too beneficial to businesses for it to be isolated to off-premises public cloud services alone; the mission of contemporary IT is to extend the cloud experience everywhere.”

Scott Sinclair
Practice Director, Cloud & Infrastructure
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Navigating the Edge Data Deluge Is No Small Feat

Edge computing locations are important and often mission-critical sites for business transactions and operations. As such, they can be the point of ingress for large volumes of data with varied processing and storage needs. Recent research by TechTarget’s Enterprise Strategy Group examined the storage profile of edge sites for further insights into this landscape. Already […]

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Scott Has Appeared In

Blocks & Files
CIO Dive
Information Week
ITPro Today
SDX

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