Jennifer Klostermann

Jennifer Klostermann is an experienced writer with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in writing and performance arts. She has studied further in both the design and mechanical engineering fields, and worked in a variety of areas including market research, business and IT management, and engineering. An avid technophile, Jen is intrigued by all the latest innovations and trending advances, and is happiest immersed in technology.

Addressing Data Security and Privacy Challenges

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 30, 2017

Data Security and Privacy Data privacy and security is a challenge for all businesses in today’s tech-driven world, and business leaders find themselves continuously addressing new threats and updated regulations. Though established organizations can often enlist the help of external

Embracing Innovation Through Disruption

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 27, 2017

Innovation and Disruption ‘Startup’ and ‘disruption’ are so often linked today that the two words have almost become synonymous. Thanks to the innovations of many progressive and driven startup and small business founders the world has seen some rapid advances

managing mobile devices

The Necessity of a Mobile Strategy

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 23, 2017

Mobile Strategies Having a web presence is an absolute given for every business, but, more and more, consumer expectations are evolving such that also having a mobile app is as, if not more, essential. With online activity shifting continuously to

PaaS Benefits For Startup Developers

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 21, 2017

Developing Your Startup Cloud tools and services offer many benefits for startups and small businesses, but for the developer needing extensive tech support and infrastructure, without the substantial financial outlay, the cloud can provide even more during developing, testing and

Artificial Intelligence For Startups and Small Businesses

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 16, 2017

Artificial Intelligence and Startups Much of the time we spend working each day isn’t spent as productively as we’d like; instead, we’re forced to complete routine functions week after week that take up valuable resources better spent on innovation and

IoT, the Cloud, and Fog Computing Concepts

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 15, 2017

Fog Computing Concepts The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly part of all of our lives, personally and business-wise, and the efficiencies and conveniences it offers will likely encourage even greater adoption. An enormous amount of data is also being

Business, Big Data and the Human Element

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 14, 2017

Business Big Data Big data, not something one would expect a company’s HR team likely to devote much time to, is, in fact, a valuable resource more and more being utilized by people managers. Representing enormous amounts of collected information

Smart cloud

Experts Believe Multi-cloud Implementations Can Be Invaluable

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 3, 2017

Multi-Cloud Environment The outage this week at Amazon Web Services S3 cloud storage services has created quite a stir, with multi-cloud competitors touting the need for contingency plans in case of such an event. The cost to businesses is potentially

White Label Cloud Services

Managing Cloud Disadvantages For Greater Utility

By Jennifer Klostermann | March 2, 2017

Managing Cloud Disadvantages Cloud computing provides invaluable solutions for a variety of organizations, and it’s no wonder the technology has taken off and spread rapidly across sectors and around the globe. From narrowing the gap of application availability between large

Cloud Email Security Concerns

The Deep and Dark Web

By Jennifer Klostermann | February 22, 2017

The Dark Web The Deep and Dark Web, hidden in the depths of the internet, sounds like something out of a nail-biting thriller, but is, in fact, a very real part of our world. Just as drug cartels and human

Blockchain Across All Industries

By Jennifer Klostermann | February 21, 2017

Blockchain Industries Blockchain, typically understood as the technology that powers the virtual currency bitcoin, in fact, provides market applications far beyond cryptocurrencies. It’s expected that the fintech industry will be the first area in which we’re likely to see the

Business Applications for IOT

By Jennifer Klostermann | February 20, 2017

IoT Business IoT devices for the office are making their way into the limelight with digital assistants, security devices, and mobile workflow tools advancing swiftly. According to Gartner, by 2020 over 50% of major new business processes and systems will