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Tom Gillis
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CEO & Co-Founder of a stealth start up that is looking at putting enterprise grade infrastructure into the cloud.
CEO & Co-Founder of a stealth start up that is looking at putting enterprise grade infrastructure into the cloud.

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Our cloud-bursting work enabled our awesome client, digital effects studio FuseFX, to double its infrastructure overnight!
#CloudComputing #Success  

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"Curious about Bracket Computing and our vision of the data center of the future? Our CEO Tom Gillis reveals all at an interactive session at the +TM Forum  Digital Disruption conference in San Jose today!
 #Disrupt" http://www.dd14.org/conference-overview/disruptive-innovation-forum/

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Didn't make it to AWS re:Invent? Here are some key takeaways.

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My advice to freshly minted graduates is not to go to the next hottest startup as employee number 4, or to start your own company right away. Here’s why: http://onforb.es/1r2hOF2

+Bracket Computing  #entprenreurship   #startuptips   #startup  

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Everyone wants their company to be innovative and successful. In my latest blog, “Are You Borders or Amazon? How Do You Land on the Right Side of History”, l talk about three rules for innovation that I have seen companies successfully use to tackle big computing challenges while creating new technologies. 

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The Box has always been the Benchmark. Until Now.

Watch the video: www.brkt.com 

#Beta

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Over the past 24 months Bracket has picked up quite a bit of speed, and we just crossed a rise. We have great investors and amazing customers sharing our vision and joining us on our technological journey building great products. Read more about it on my Forbes Blog post.
    #Beta   #Skiing   #Customers   #Investors #Testing

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Forbes Blog Post:
I’ve spent the past year traveling the country, meeting with CEOs at Fortune 500 companies in industries ranging from household goods to media to investment banking. In my role as the CEO of Bracket Computing, I was trying to gain an understanding of where information technology fit into the priority stack of these large company CEOs. Frankly, I was concerned that in the mind of the CEO, IT was becoming “plumbing” and the CEO just expected it to work a little more cheaply each year. Interestingly, this was not the case. Quite the contrary: CEO interest in disruptive enterprise IT seems to be at an all-time high.

Continue reading at
http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomgillis/2013/11/11/why-the-cios-time-to-lead-is-now/

#CIO #disruption #datacenterinfrastructure   #leadership  

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Forbes Blog Post: 
Okay, I’ll admit it—I bought another iPhone recently. The purchase set me thinking about how Apple manages to sustain the revenues and profits that help make it one of the world’s most valuable companies when the history of the technology industry is littered with hardware-focused companies that have fallen by the wayside – Atari, Flip Video, BlackBerry.

Read more at http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomgillis/2013/12/31/apples-exceptionalism-and-what-it-means-for-the-big-it-vendors-hint-it-isnt-good/

#datacenterinfrastructure   #Apple  
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