In the highly competitive tech industry, it’s not OK to be average. You have to be great. Not only do you have to be great with your clients, you also have to be a great place to work.
March 20 is International Day of Happiness. To celebrate, Zumasys CEO Paul Giobbi shares quick tips on how to spread happiness to friends, family and employees.
Zumasys President Paul Giobbi shares his family’s story of giving back this holiday season and reflects on how it feels to make a difference in someone’s life.
NetApp360 sat down with Paul Giobbi, president of Zumasys, to get his perspective on how NetApp’s culture transcends our workplace and impacts their offices.
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.
During his keynote at Zumapalooza 2008, Mendoza urged us to create and foster innovative cultures by “catching people doing something good.”
The last thing I expected to see at a business conference was a hippie throwing Frisbees into the audience. As much as I like the discus (heck, I was born in the 70s), I was skeptical.
One of the things I think we do very well as a group is remember our former employees/friends who are no longer with us. It’s not just the “In Memoriam” section of our website—we genuinely honor these folks in the work we do day in and day out and it matters.
As an entrepreneur, I am often asked this question. I never could have imagined how my answer would change after the market drop of October 2008 and the ensuing 3 years of business.
CFOs and CEOs no longer want to burden their balance sheets with costly IT investments—Cloud Computing is solving this problem.