The Coronavirus COVID-19 has already affected millions of people and although there is still a high degree of uncertainty with regards to how it will continue to evolve it will no doubt continue to have a major effect, not only from a humanitarian viewpoint, but on global economies and on all types of businesses.
When we first started Storage Made Easy (or SMEStorage as it was in its original incarnation) we had a vision of software that provided a unification hub for corporate data, a single place where companies could manage content and set common policies for their company data..
Our vision embraced multicloud early, in fact way before multicloud was in-vogue the company’s tagline was ‘SMEStorage the multicloud company’.
The very first Cloud connector we added was Amazon S3, way before Amazon Web Services was the behemouth it is today.
Those who know me know that although I have a background in Technology I have spent a good part of my career selling or running sales teams. To that end I’d like to lay out my top 5 sales tips for 2015.
I’ve been working in small and large software startups for the last 20 years and currently have the privilege of being the CEO of a startup, Storage Made Easy, for the last 3 years. With the advent of 2015 I have not doubt that there will be many people considering whether to take the plunge and commit to founding a startup. There are a diverse number of resources on the web all offering advice and to that mix I add 10 tips of my own. I’ve tried to keep them to things I wish I had known before commencing my own journey.