At least once a week I find myself in a discussion with some successful individual who is curious or confused about some intricacy of the World Wide Web and how it is relevant to his or her business.
The discussion usually starts with a forced question about a new term, buzz word, or technology that was heard or read about. With the incredible access to unfiltered information, profound quotes by seemingly very important people, and prepackaged off the shelf products that use hype terminology as their feature check list, it is becoming harder and harder for people “not in the business” to separate what is important and what is fluff.
Last week’s Asigra Partner summit proved to be a great success from beginning to end, and demonstrated, once again, from both a technical and business perspective why the team at Asigra is the best in the business. The summit also saw Kishmish’s own Michael Varre (@mvarre) being recognized for his leadership in promoting sound backup and recovery knowledge through social media.
Occasionally, we at Kishmish get an opportunity spend time with our industry peers at partner conferences. Often the idea of a “Partner Conference” can invoke cold chills and preemptive heartburn from overcooked buffet food, but not this time!
Hello, my name is Matthew Holt and I am the founder of Kishmish, a boutique IT Company headquartered in Syracuse, New York. Consistent with my belief that the launch of a new website is only the beginning of developing, or reinvigorating the relationship you have with your audience… I would like to share some of my experiences, and welcome you to our site on behalf of all of us here at Kishmish.
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