Frank Hauck started his EMC career 30 years ago. He currently serves as principal liaison to global customers, strategic international countries and markets and other external stakeholders, helping to coordinate account teams, alliance teams and others around the world to engage customers on their transformative IT journey.As President of Dell EMC Customers & Markets within the Infrastructure Solutions Group, Frank has traveled the globe and participated as the Keynote presenter at numerous Dell EMC Forum Events. Most recently, he was the keynote speaker at one of the last Dell EMC Forum Events in Charlotte, North Carolina. While his schedule was tight, I was honored that Frank agreed to spend some time talking about our Global Customers and his experiences helping those customers along their Digital Transformation. Thanks for the time Frank, and we look forward to Dell Technologies World and the Dell Technologies Forum events that will follow.Get The Source app in the Apple App Store or Google Play, and Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes, Stitcher Radio or Google Play.Dell EMC The Source Podcast is hosted by Sam Marraccini (@SamMarraccini)
Yemen’s central bank dismisses UN corruption allegations
CAIRO (AP) — Yemen’s central bank has dismissed United Nations allegations that the country’s government misused millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia to buy essential commodities for the Yemeni people. A report by a panel of U.N. experts released to the media this week accused the internationally recognized government of implementing a scheme to illegally divert to traders $423 million in Saudi money. The report says the funds were meant to buy rice and other supplies for Yemenis who have been suffering from six years of war. The conflict between a Saudi-led coalition supporting the internationally recognized government and the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels has been catastrophic for Yemen.