Jennifer Bridgeman

Directrice Marketing - Mon rôle chez Present consiste à superviser tout l’aspect marketing ; de l’établissement des stratégies permettant aux entreprises d’atteindre leurs objectifs, en passant par le développement des plans marketing de création de contenu, et finalement la gestion des événements. On ne s’ennuie jamais chez Present ! Je crois au pouvoir innovateur des réseaux sociaux et, espère guider Present à l’exploitation de ceux-ci afin de procurer plus de valeur à nos clients que quiconque. J’ai débuté avec Present en 2005, et c’est avec autant d’enthousiasme que j’entre travailler au bureau à tous les jours. J’ai un Baccalauréat en commerce de l'université Concordia (John Molson School of Business), et mes accomplissements avant de me joindre à l’équipe Present relevaient des ventes et du marketing.
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Nutanix .Next - Recap and Announcements

Posted by Jennifer Bridgeman on May 14, 2019 1:22:00 PM

Invisible infrastructure and Cloud, Visible IT was the theme of the 5th Nutanix .Next conference held in Anaheim, California last week.

6500 clients, potential clients and partners (including us) gathered over 3 days to learn about the Nutanix technology, hear new announcements and get certified on the technical side.

Nutanix, celebrating 10 years since its inception delivers hyperconverged solutions to over 12,000 clients in 45 countries and has over 4700 employees and annual sales of $1.2 billion.

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Topics: IT Innovation, Hybrid Cloud, Convergence / Hyper-convergence, Events

A look back on 2016: 10 IT articles that marked the year

Posted by Jennifer Bridgeman on Jan 5, 2017 8:00:00 AM

After 90 published articles on our blog last year, here is a selection of 10 that attracted the most attention from our readers. Among the topics of interest are digital transformation and IT outsourcing (which we refer to as managed services).

These two points reflect both the increase in the presence of information technology in enterprises and the separation between value-added IT and the operational element. Increasingly, companies must focus on integrating various technology platforms to bring their business to the next level. At the same time, there is a strong tendency of shifting away infrastructure management to external partners, in order to devote internal resources to value-adding projects.

Happy reading!

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Topics: IT Innovation, IT infrastructure, Trends, Cloud, Managed services, Digital transformation, IBM, CIO/IT leaders

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