Executive Podcast Series: Bask Iyer, Dom Delfino and Karen Egan

The future of the technology industry is constantly evolving. The people with the best idea of where it is going are those helping to shape it. In this collection of three podcasts, VMware executives give their perspectives on a wide range of cutting edge topics such as the evolution of IT, business transformation and software-defined networking.


Bask Iyer, VMware and Dell Technologies CIO 

Bask Iyer is the chief information officer for not one but two companies: Dell and VMware. The combination of his current position, plus more than 25 years of experience in IT, gives him a unique perspective on the technology industry.

Recently, Iyer sat down with Eric Nielson, senior director of marketing at VMware, to discuss what he sees as most interesting and relevant in today’s dynamic market. Check out the full conversation here.


Dom Delfino, SVP of Worldwide Sales and Systems Engineering

Dom Delfino is VMware’s ‎senior vice president of worldwide sales and systems engineering for the software-defined data center. He spends about 75 percent of his time on the road meeting with customers, channel partners, and ecosystem partners. According to Delfino, the practical realities associated with incorporating cloud technologies have now reached the enterprise, and that’s a good thing.

Delfino recently sat down with Eric Nielson, senior director of marketing at VMware, to discuss the significant challenge many companies face in both running their current business and also disrupting it at the same time. Check out the full conversation here.


Karen Egan, VP for Global Services and NSX Support

Karen Egan, VMware’s vice president for global services and NSX support, has a technical background and studied technology in school, but found her real passion was helping other businesses solve their problems.

Egan recently sat down with Eric Nielson, senior director of marketing at VMware, to discuss how her customer-focused role at VMware has given her a first-hand look at the issues companies face as they leverage new technologies, such as software-defined networking, and embark on the process of digital transformation. Check out the full conversation here.