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William Toll
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Marketing and Cloud Computing Executive
Marketing and Cloud Computing Executive

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Some screenshots of ProfitBricks USA Marketing Assets
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10/17/16
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Very cool stats - more love for New Relic

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My blog post about a day at #cebit   with a focus on #CloudComputing   #cebit15  What did you see and sense as a theme this year?

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Great post on Cloud Innovation

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Cloud Spending will increase by 42% in 2015 - how does your IT budget compare?  Are there BI or Big Data projects planned, or more people and process projects?...let us know we like to hear of how the cloud is transforming IT.
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Winter 2014-2015
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ProfitBricks is on the cover of Processor Magazine!  Second generation cloud is making waves in the Data Center community.
Processor magazine did a cover story on ProfitBricks and how our second generation #cloud  computing platform is bringing a second wave of companies onto the cloud. Ease of use, price/performance leadership and other innovations are recognized drivers of our growth. 

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A weekend in Köln and London via EuroStar & the Channel Tunnel.

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Complicated Pricing. Requirements unfriendly packaging. How did this become the norm in Cloud Computing's IaaS market?  Cloud Computing and the age of the empowered and enlightened IT technology buyer were supposed to put an end to the Enterprise approach of the past. But Amazon #AWS  , Microsoft and Google are trying to manipulate us and protect their interests as the IaaS market becomes a commodity.  Read the post below by +Andreas Gauger the co-founder of +ProfitBricks US and see how the "unbound cloud" might be the Cloud pricing and packaging approach we all wanted the Cloud to have.
Is Cloud Computing pricing and packaging becoming so complicated that it's like the old enterprise approach used by Oracle/Microsoft/CA/IBM etc.?  Or was Cloud Computing supposed to usher in flexibility and simple pricing and billing for IT infrastructure?  You decide, first, read this post by our co-founder Andreas Gauger.
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