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Bio: Develop end-to-end integrated communications initiatives focused on developing media conversations around emerging "market maker" topic areas (mobile, cloud computing, online advertising verification). Specialties include strategic launch plans for start-up companies, video and social media projects, and research analysis to facilitate new technology adoption. Current activities include several social media-focused blogging projects via contract with IDG on behalf of Accenture, Citrix, EMC, HP, Iron Mountain, Juniper Networks, NEC, Savvis, Sprint, Sybase and others. In addition, building strategic marketing programs for Affine Systems. PROVEN MEDIA LEADER with executive experience with b-to-b media in management, marketing and sales roles. ONLINE BRAND BUILDER focused on building new lines of business (mobile, podcasting, video, social media) and emerging market segments (Green-Tech, SOA, Virtualization). INNOVATOR, with numerous accolades, including recognized on cover of Folio: Magazine and named to list identifying the “next generation of publishing leaders.” Specialties Brand Building, New Segment Creation, Marketing, Branding and Identity, Demand Generation Programs, Podcasting, Mobile Marketing
- Matt Assay on ReadWriteWeb makes an interesting comment about a recent Gartner study: ""When Gartner asked what the biggest Big Data challenges were, the responses suggest that for all these
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- Security? Perceived lack of control over data? Application support or compatibility? Something else altogether? (By the way, these are ranked by results from an IDG Research/ Dell Cloud study)
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- Recently moderated a Twitter chat on this topic and there was no major consensus other than an agreement that they were different ... notably, that cloud adds elasticity. But that doesn't answer the question. What is a prudent way to migrate from a virtual environment to the cloud?
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