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David Jones

Cloud Marketing Manager, Hyland Software

David has almost 20 years’ experience of working with users and vendors across a wide range of vertical markets. His experience has focused on taking complex technologies, such as data mining and document management, and developing them into commercial solutions largely in the retail, web and customer relationship management (CRM) areas.

He has also worked as a consultant and analyst providing content management, information security, data mining, big data and business intelligence strategy and implementation solutions to clients such as Hewlett Packard, Fujitsu, Canon, BBC, SAP, Alfresco and Cisco. David has produced a number of AIIM survey reports on issues and drivers for Capture Solutions, SharePoint, Cloud Computing, Big Data and Social Business and has a BSc in Computer Science, CIP, ECMP and SharePointP.

Nov 11, 2013
David Jones wrote this post:
IT Project Run or Pass – What’s Your Football Persona?

For me, the way an IT solution is deployed in today’s environment can be thought of in a similar way to an offensive coach’s play calling strategy – namely, run versus pass.

Oct 28, 2013
David Jones wrote this post:
7 Things You Should Know About ECM in the Cloud

For a while it appeared to be a case of never the twain shall meet – ECM systems seemed stuck in an on-premises world, with the growth of cloud solutions happening in other industries. There were many reasons for this, but it appears the tide may finally be turning. Research from AIIMshows that slowly but surely “ECM in the Cloud” is gathering pace.

Sep 30, 2013
David Jones wrote this post:
Data Getting Stuck in the Cloud? 5 Ways to Avoid The Storm

Cloud computing never seems to be out of the news. Most coverage is about the various pros and cons of getting onto the cloud. But this week a sizeable group of existing cloud users found that nevermind the getting on – sometimes you have to think about getting off the ride.

Aug 26, 2013
David Jones wrote this post:
Pirates, Data Protection and the Cloud

A lot of organizations store content and systems in the cloud without really knowing where those vitals corporate assets are being put–a bit like me as a pirate, giving all my treasure to my crew and asking them to bury it for me. My crew might be genuine and store that treasure securely, and draw me an accurate map so that I can get my hands on it when I want. But on the other hand, they could just be a bunch of pirates, running an insecure storage facility, using outdated treasure chests, liable to go bust at any stage and get rid of the treasure to their peers on PirateBay!

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