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4 Things We Learned From The Second Annual Cloud IT Summit

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Two weeks ago, more than 75 BetterCloud customers gathered in New York City for the second annual Cloud IT Summit. The Cloud IT Summit is an invite-only event for IT admins to interact with their peers and discuss the cloud challenges that they deal with on a daily basis. We reserved this event for those…

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Getting to Know BetterCloud's New VP of Security Brett Greenwood


Brett Greenwood sits down to answer questions about the evolving nature of cloud security, its importance to BetterCloud and our customers, and how his experience with companies like Adobe and Boeing have prepared him for his new role as BetterCloud’s VP of Security. Brett has a Masters in Systems Architecture & Engineering from The University of…

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How Shared Ownership Revolutionizes Product Development

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In my many years working in product management, I’ve seen and worked with many types of engineering teams. Some teams were large (100+ people), some were small (five people), and many were remote (India, China, Russia, Canada, etc.). The one constant: The best products were created when engineering and PM teams were the happiest work…

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How SaaS Economics are Changing the Partner Channel

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It’s a critical time for many channel partners. The emergence of software as a service (SaaS)–and its inherent subscription-based pricing model–has led to numerous challenges, but also massive opportunity. When the cloud first began gaining steam there were audible concerns from partners everywhere. Where will the channel fit now? What role will it play? Is…

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Idle to Action: Why Microsoft's Change of Heart is a Turning Point for Cloud Adoption

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Ten years ago, the cloud wasn’t a tech term. It just wasn’t. Today, it’s hard to have a conversation about the future of technology and not mention it. When Marc Benioff founded Salesforce in 1999, the average laptop weighed seven pounds and Google was just a year old. A 1999 Wall Street Journal article highlighting…

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