NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- For as much as I have made recently regarding some of the dominant companies within the cloud such as Red Hat and Salesforce.com, there's an underappreciated name: enterprise storage giant EMC. That's because of the recent enterprise adoption of "big data," which is on the verge of being dominated by IBM and Oracle. But it's not because EMC is not a force in its own right.Despite being a leader in a major enterprise market, EMC's problem (with analysts) is that it lacks "flare." But I am now realizing that is Wall Street's loss and astute investors' gain. It's one of the steadiest performers, one that continues to match superior sales growth with profitability. From that standpoint, the company just might be 20% undervalued even on the most conservative assumptions, and it further affirmed this with its recent earnings announcement.
Big-Data Company Without 'Flare' Is the Real Winner
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