Podcast 041: Exablox CEO Doug Brockett

Good evening, I.T. entrepreneurs. In tonight's podcast conversation, Exablox CEO Doug Brockett describes the growing unstructured data storage challenge, and his company's approach to scale-out storage. We also discuss Exablox's $23 million in Series C funding.

Our podcast guests educate I.T. entrepreneurs about business development, management, transformation, growth and exits.

Each CEO, executive or financial advisor personally drove:

  • Company Launches -- vision, mission, passion.
  • Funding Stages -- boot strap, friends and family, angel investments and venture capital.
  • Expansions -- core team building, process building, automation.
  • Exits and transformations -- IPOs, mergers, acquisitions and private equity deals.

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Podcast 40: Glint CEO Jim Barnett

Good evening, I.T. entrepreneurs. In tonight's podcast conversation (Episode 40), Glint Co-Founder and CEO Jim Barnett describes how to measure employee morale -- and improve team performance along the way. The strategy involves data-driven tools that give employers anonymous, pooled insights and plenty more.

Our podcast guests educate I.T. entrepreneurs about business development, management, transformation, growth and exits.

Each CEO, executive or financial advisor personally drove:

  • Company Launches -- vision, mission, passion.
  • Funding Stages -- boot strap, friends and family, angel investments and venture capital.
  • Expansions -- core team building, process building, automation.
  • Exits and transformations -- IPOs, mergers, acquisitions and private equity deals.

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Podcast 30: Silicon Harlem Co-founders Clayton Banks & Bruce Lincoln

Silicon Harlem Co-founders Clayton Banks and Bruce Lincoln describe how their organization is transforming Harlem, N.Y, into a sustainable innovation center and technology hub. Plus, timely insights on regional and national broadband -- and the economic opportunities it potentially unlocks.