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Accelerate Innovations with NVM Technologies for Growth, Efficiency and Market Leadership

Published on June 12, 2017 by Steve Dalton

With the continuing advancements in non-volatile memory (NVM), there will be an accelerated, dramatic and disruptive shift in enterprise data centers over the next 3-5 years. The methods to address this continual infinity of data storage growth will drive ‘systems’ innovations to move these NVM bits in massive amounts with how the data centers are […]

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5 Signs To Join A Startup

Published on December 1, 2016 by Steve Dalton

I’ve been at this company for 20 plus years now, and I’m tired of the same old processes, small raises, being just a number, etc. You’ve been considering to join a startup to make more of an impact, and grow quicker in your career, along with hoping that the equity play vs higher salary will […]

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Don’t Be a Small Version of a Big Company

Published on November 14, 2016 by Harish Arora

Once disruption is under way, there is no stopping it. Uber is another startup disrupting the multi-billion dollar industry. Uber, as we all know, connects the people looking for a ride with the people willing to offer a ride for a small fee. This is very interesting. How come one of the large taxi companies […]

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Mitigating Investor Downside (AKA: Investment Risk)

Published on November 9, 2016 by John Mascarenas

Investors who put up venture capital typically do so in anticipation of a positive return for a profit on their investment amount and/or for strategic value return.  The term “venture” denotes that there is an inherent risk to investing – often referred to as “investment risk”.  And yes, there is also an opportunity for a […]

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How to Manage a Team That’s Smarter Than You

Published on November 3, 2016 by Rochelle Marapao

The world of high tech is full of extremely intelligent, educated, and talented people. However, there’s a dark secret that many managers may be afraid to admit – that they are leading a team that is smarter than them. Many in this position might fear they could lose their jobs or look weak to upper […]

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Startups Need Leaders, Not Bosses

Published on October 28, 2016 by Rochelle Marapao

There’s no place where strong leadership is needed more than in a hectic startup environment where the odds are stacked against you, and “superhuman” efforts to gain and maintain traction are required daily, not quarterly. But what is the difference between being a boss and being a leader? Bosses stick to a preordained script and […]

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10 Common Reasons Why Startups Fail

Published on October 27, 2016 by Steve Dalton

After going through 3 IPO’s and 3 other startups that were sold or merged and seeing the good, the bad, and the ugly points to the sole reminder of how difficult it is in Silicon Valley to prosper with early-stage and startup companies. It’s easy to talk about the successes, because it shows one as […]

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Creative Management

Published on September 21, 2016 by Steve Dalton

Great leaders have many skills, but out of these, there is one skill that will that sets the tone of their success or failure. There is one big thing to remember; that not all past ways may work from one company to the next. No matter what, a different company will exhibit technological difference that […]

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Exciting Times…

Published on September 21, 2016 by Vikas Ratna

We are living in an interesting time where we are seeing technology innovations happening at much faster pace than ever. This is driven from the ever growing requirement of doing things faster, with extreme data volume, simplicity and at lower cost! Many software-driven solutions have sprung up in recent years to leverage commodity hardware to provide very […]

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