Thanks many times for your post, Starbucked. I've never heard of Richard Grove before and his story.... it's another shocking surprise for me. Not in the way that yet another trick was performed by the magicians, but that EMC is involved in such a conspiracy .
As my professional background is in IT branch, I'm closely following market trends for years now and it was since the beginning of internet that data volume exploded. Data needs storage to save it, and it is a single most profitable branch within IT hardware sales. I.e. EMC's (storage market leader) revenues for 2014 were 24.4 billion USD (http://howmuchinformation.net/about/new ... rnings.htm
) , of which 67 % can be attributed to just storage products/solutions within EMC's portfolio (https://mr-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/upl ... bution.png
). So obviously, huge profits are involved since storage is essential part of an IT infrastructure design and every single organisation with 10+ people has at least one storage unit in use.
What could be more perfect than a publicly demanded solution, based on formal and legal Act (as i.e. Sarbanes-Oxley Acts, a.k.a. SOX), to have a better audit control over company's financial data, since Enron has been such a fail? But it was obviously not enough to just boost the software/hardware sales by offering a tailored solution , a more sinister plan was executed - EMC as a "friendly company" developed a really specially tailored solution (Grove is referring to it as a software with backdoor - in my opinion, it is either the firmware running the storage unit itself or managing software used for maintenance and management of the box itself) , that would allegedly make audits efficient and prevent abuse of data, yet they made a backdoor access opened to exploits. If you didn't want to buy it, they'd send FBI and IRS in to dissect your firm out of business, but once you bought and installed it, you got even more exposed to data manipulation. How more absurd can it be? Further, look at this chart :
Is it just the coincidence EMC's revenues are steadily rising since mid of 2002, with a bit of decline as the 2008 crisis emerged? It may be coincidence, but I doubt it. It's just obvious, considering what Grove said. (Note that the chart finishes at 2010, yearly revenues are currently at approx. 25 billion USD)
EMC should be avoided at all costs , if any of you reading this thread owns a company, make sure you are not using EMC's storage. It is yet a good question: do you think that IBM, HP, HITACHI and NetApp as significant market players in storage solutions have their backdoors installed as well ? In case they really do, any saving of data should be avoided.
Of course, media is the key player in this whole trickery hocus-pocus , without them pushing fear and panic, omitting the truth at the same time, nothing would be as it is. Since the same Jews own both media and vast majority of major corporations, directly or indirectly, it is of no surprise that Richard Grove wasn't getting any attention. It 's just opposite of what he expected would happen, everybody turning their backs on him as if he was infected with leper .