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January 4th, 2018

2017 and How Turbonomic is Driving the Future of Hybrid Cloud Management

There is little doubt that the IT industry is expanding rapidly and fighting to find its footing as hybrid infrastructure becomes the de facto standard at many or most organizations.  2017 proved this out in many ways.  I witnessed it throughout events from every aspect of IT.  This year saw Turbonomic representing our platform and … Continued

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January 2nd, 2018

IT Then and Now

We experienced the first seismic shift in business when IT became accessible to all and revolutionized the workplace. Now, we are seeing new technologies power another shift in IT itself. Over the past 10 years, with the mainstreaming of concepts like cloud computing and the emergence of disruptive technology like the iPhone, IT has changed into … Continued

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December 28th, 2017

Reasons We’re Thankful to be Part of TurboNation

We’re right in the middle of the holiday season and people are celebrating… whether it’s Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza, Chinese New Year and even those of us who aren’t affiliated to any of these still celebrate family and friends around this time of year in some capacity. The one theme I’ve noticed throughout any holiday … Continued

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December 20th, 2017

Women in Tech: Wine is not enough…

Women in tech, listen up! In case you were wondering, you have 11 more days in 2017 to contribute up to $18,000 into your 401k account. These contributions lower your taxable income and help save for retirement. Off the top of your head, do you know what you saved this year? Do you know how … Continued

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December 15th, 2017

Welcome to the New Turbonomic Toronto Office!

It is always exciting to expand as a company and see growth in action. On Monday December 4 2017, the Turbonomic team in the greater Toronto area moved to our new space on Allstate Parkway in Markham, right outside of Toronto! Welcome to the new Turbonomic Toronto Office. We have a new beautiful lunch area … Continued

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December 13th, 2017

Tips for Getting Started in Tech Sales

In my role as a Sales Development leader, I spend my days working with SDRs who are in various stages of their careers. Some are fresh out of college working their first professional jobs, and others are preparing to make the jump into a closing role. Below are the tech sales tips that I share … Continued

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December 6th, 2017

How a Team Outing Led to Giving Back

A couple of months ago I began transitioning into a new role at Turbonomic on the Marketing team, which I’m so thrilled to take on. As the Corporate Event Manager for 2 ½ years prior to this new position, I wasn’t fully ready to give up all the event responsibility… so I took over the … Continued

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December 5th, 2017

Integrating DevOps Into a Mature Environment

Historically, IT has existed in a very siloed environment, with each function working on its own piece of the puzzle and nothing else. Silos are a natural outgrowth of specialized skills, and this mindset continued to be entrenched as IT grew into a more vital component of business. However, this method was not perfect. For … Continued

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November 29th, 2017

5 Reasons I Come into Work Excited Every Day

“Do what you love, and you’ll never work another day in your life.” I have heard that statement countless times in my life over the past 30 years, basically since the day I started my first, full time job, but unfortunately, I never put it into practice, since other things always took priority. First it … Continued

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November 28th, 2017

Why is controlling the cloud so hard?

According to most organizations the biggest drivers to cloud are elasticity and agility. In other words, it allows you to instantly provision and de-provision resources based on the needs of the business. You no longer have to build the church for Sunday. Once in the cloud though 80% of companies report receiving bills 2-3 times … Continued