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5 Data security tips every IT manager should know

The past few months have been full of news coverage around data breaches and the need for data awareness. From hospitals to universities to children’s toys, data attacks are coming full force, and IT pros …

3 Questions answered by the Verizon Data Breach Report

Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report has become a hallmark of the security industry’s progress, as well as its preparedness against attackers and breach incidents. This year’s theme is, “Security should be a driving force, …

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Great product teams play bingo, not basketball

I totally admit that I drive product folks crazy. I am a huge believer that it is the responsibility of every person in a company to help ensure complexity and gratuitous innovation don’t creep into …

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The Shows (Must) Go On

If it’s May, there must be a zillion (maybe a slight exaggeration) technology events.  I had the opportunity to attend a couple recently and thought I’d pull my best Jack Kerouac and summarize my adventures on the …

Why I Joined DataGravity

With the news that I have joined DataGravity as vice president of engineering, I wanted to take some time to discuss why I decided to join the start-up company and what my expectations are for …

Why I Joined DataGravity

I wanted to take a few moments and add my perspective to the recent press announcement about my joining DataGravity.  For more than 20 years now, I have been working with innovative companies that are …

Why talented people get hooked on startup life

  When people talk about what it’s like to work for an emerging company, they often use a lot of construction-oriented language. “We’re building from the ground up,” they’ll say, or “we’re reframing our market …

DataGravity, Changing the Status Quo

I have been in the IT industry for over 20 years and one of the greatest pleasures is to watch companies innovate and change the way we work, live and play.  History is full of …