On February 21, we spent an incredible day serving our community at the Second Harvest Food Bank in Orange County. Together we loaded 16 pallets that will feed more than 12,300 people in need in our community. It was such a powerful experience for each of us that we’re going back—and hope you’ll come with…
Are you the same person you were 6 months ago? How have you evolved in 2013? Paul Giobbi reflects on leadership, Nelson Mandela, and the backwoods of Tennessee.
Zumasys named among 45 new companies on this year’s Solution Provider 500. CRN talks to Paul Giobbi about cloud computing, company culture, and their pledge to donate 1% revenue to nonprofits.
Does your data backup look like an episode of Hoarders? Developing and testing a disaster recovery plan and backup strategy is critical for businesses at every level.
Dad, employee, salesman, husband, friend, ministry-leader, public servant—it’s a tall order for anyone. And, if you’re anything like me, you can excel at some and suck at others (and not always the same ones).
Whether you choose to ease your way into the cloud or jump right in, you should know that—once again—you have options.
There are basically two approaches to migrating to the cloud. Think of it like jumping into a swimming pool: you can ease in slowly or cannon ball into the water.
It’s such an important lesson. Being able to delegate fully and trust your team to manage important tasks in your absence is a critical test for the health of your business.
During his keynote at Zumapalooza 2008, Mendoza urged us to create and foster innovative cultures by “catching people doing something good.”
Andy guides the architecture of our cloud platform, manages the Professional Services team, and sets the overall technical vision for the company.