Turbonomic Blogs

ON: Technology

November 15th, 2018

AI is Already Here, and Life is Already Better

“Two things have always been true about human beings. One, the world is always getting better. Two, the people living at that time think it`s getting worse.” – Penn Jillette That quote matters for a few reasons in what we are going to discuss here.  AI (Artificial Intelligence) is one of the hottest topics lately … Continued

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November 7th, 2018

Employee Spotlight: Marc Beckert – Resident Engineer

In this employee spotlight, we feature Marc Beckert who joined as a CSM but quickly transitioned over to a resident engineer position to support one of our largest clients – one of the ‘big four’ accounting firms. In part one of our two part spotlight, Marc dives into what his role is, what his team … Continued

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November 2nd, 2018

The Evolving and Critical Role of the Transformational CIO

If you recall the 90s in IT and business then you probably remember the early introduction of the role dubbed the CIO.  Chief Information Officer began as the first crossover role where business was leading technology initiatives which bridged a gap that was very prominent.  IT was known then primarily as a cost centre.  The … Continued

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November 1st, 2018

Turbonomic Halloween 2018

Another Turbonomic Halloween is wrapped up and finished. It was great to see all the creative costumes, office treats and of course the fun that was had by all. Check out a slideshow of our employee costumes. Next up… Company Pot Luck Lunch in November!  

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October 30th, 2018

Insider Recruiter Tips: We Hire Curious Learners

As we continue our series of insider recruiter tips that will help position you in the best way possible for an interview at Turbonomic, we’re releasing yet another characteristic that we look for in all of our candidates. Does curiosity often strike you multiple times throughout the day? Do you find joy in learning new … Continued

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Turbonomic Culture Values

October 16th, 2018

Our Devotion to Transparency

Company transparency is a hot button topic these days, but how are we at Turbonomic addressing transparency? It’s one of our core values, so let’s take a look at a few ways we remain transparent. Communicating Change: Working at a hyper-growth stage company is exciting, but it can also surface some growing pains. We acknowledge … Continued

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October 10th, 2018

Recruiter Insider Tips: Working with a Sense of Urgency

The Technology industry has always been moving fast and often times it can seem difficult to navigate for people getting their foot in the door. This month we’re showcasing our devotion to our company value of ‘Transparency’ in a few ways, but for this blog we wanted to highlight one of the characteristics that our … Continued

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October 1st, 2018

Career Growth with Catherine Kellogg

Turbonomic has a culture of learners who stretch their boundaries and challenge themselves to become better each and every day. This constant learning is what fuels our success and keeps the work interesting. One person who has grown in big ways with Turbonomic is Catherine Kellogg, who is currently our Director of Field Marketing. How … Continued

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September 26th, 2018

Experiences of Working Remotely in Seattle

Continuing on our spotlight series of our remote workforce, we caught up with Rick Ochs who is a Senior Product Manager here at Turbonomic. He works out of his home in the Seattle area where he formerly worked at Microsoft. Rick, let’s start with an intro on who you are, what you do and where … Continued

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September 26th, 2018

Microsoft Ignite 2018 – A View From the Event

Microsoft Ignite and Microsoft Envision are running in Orlando with a 30,000+ crowd and lots of excitement about what’s happening both on-premises and in the Azure cloud.  The events are split between Ignite, geared towards the cloud + product admins/devs/users, and Envision is targeting the executive teams who are driven the digital transformation initiatives and … Continued