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Craig Gosselin

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Craig is responsible for client management, sales, and marketing. He has deep mobile experience including growing businesses in Fortune 500, venture capital and private equity environments. This includes helping launch Richard Branson's startup Virgin Mobile, a successful sale of private equity owned Velocita Wireless, and roles as Senior VP at American Express and leader of a $3.5B business unit at AT&T. In his spare time, Craig is an instructor in the Columbia Business School Venture For All Program

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What is a Technology Stack?

By Craig Gosselin on Feb 22, 2022 6:42:56 PM

Nearly every business function now has a ‘stack,’ a group of tools used to achieve that function. It’s true for productivity, communication, marketing, development and more. But what makes this group of tools a ‘stack,’ and how should you understand, plan, and optimize yours?

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What's The Difference Between Front End, Back End & Full Stack Development?

By Craig Gosselin on Dec 28, 2021 7:57:02 PM

Software development is often broken down into front end, back end, and full stack. In this post, we’ll clarify what the terms refer to and cover the kinds of tools, languages and skills each domain covers, before looking at how your business can get the talent you need. We’ll start with definitions:

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Device, Application and Cloud Security for IoT

By Craig Gosselin on Nov 19, 2021 6:26:17 PM

IoT security is as multilayered as IoT implementations themselves. See the matter from an attacker’s viewpoint and the reason is obvious: if devices are secure but the network is weak, they’ll gain control of the devices via the network. If both are solid but the applications that manage or control them are poorly-protected, that’s their in. It’s a case of one building, several doors. And for attackers, IoT is a huge opportunity: all that computing power, great for productivity, if only we could access it.

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What is Data Warehousing and How to Manage a Migration

By Craig Gosselin on Nov 19, 2021 6:24:25 PM

Data warehouses exist to give users rapid, complex data analysis. They’re far better at this than traditional databases, and use different architectures and data management techniques. There are several effective cloud-based solutions that can provide businesses with insights derived from their data. Selecting from and, particularly, implementing these solutions can be complex. In this post, we’ll give an explanation of what a data warehouse is, explain what they’re for and how they differ from other forms of data storage, and look over the biggest players in the space before talking about our own experiences managing data migrations between data warehouse platforms.

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IIot Is Coming to an Industry Near You. It May Be There Already

By Craig Gosselin on Nov 16, 2021 12:50:50 PM

IIoT is the Industrial Internet of Things: sensors and analytics devoted to monitoring, analyzing and managing industrial processes. It’s not limited to factories and transportation — think property and asset management, business process automation and more. It promises to be transformative, and the process of transformation has already begun: initially, we’ll see sharp improvements in the efficiency and reliability of structures and processes already in place, but within a decade we can expect to see industry operating primarily as an interlocking web of IIoT implementations.

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What is Big Data?

By Craig Gosselin on Nov 16, 2021 12:49:22 PM

Big data is the technology that underlies many of our most important advances. Enabled by machine learning and connectivity, large tranches of data can now be mined for insights rapidly and used to improve effectiveness, reduce waste or accelerate processes.

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