About Jen Cohen Crompton

Jen Cohen Crompton is a SAP Blogging Correspondent reporting on big data, cloud computing, enterprise mobility, analytics, sports and tech, and anything else innovation-related. When she's not blogging, she can be caught marketing, using social media and/or presenting at conferences around the world. Disclosure: Jen is being compensated by SAP to produce a series of articles on the innovation topics covered on this site. The opinions reflected here are her own.

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This Week In Tech: An Uber Oops, Sony Is Slammed, and Apple Is Cleared

This Week In Tech: An Uber Oops, Sony Is Slammed, and Apple Is Cleared

This week in tech, we saw Uber getting a lot of customer complaints over their fare decision, Sony getting beaten down from the hackers, and Apple finally clearing up…
This Week In Tech: Sony Update, Netflix Binging, Amazon Auctions, And Instagram Flourishes

This Week In Tech: Sony Update, Netflix Binging, Amazon Auctions, And Instagram Flourishes

This week in tech, Sony takes a big hit with their recent hack and they are trying to pick up the pieces. We see Netflix with a new goal…
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Is Co-Working Still A Thing? [INFOGRAPHIC]

I remember when I first heard the term, “co-working.” It was 2009 and at the time, I was searching for office space for my budding consulting business, but didn’t…
Tech Toys: The Holiday Gift Guide Edition

Tech Toys: The Holiday Gift Guide Edition

It’s that time of the year again and we are all checking our lists and checking them twice…to make sure we didn’t forget to purchase any last minute items for our loved ones who may have been naughty or…
This Week in Tech: Black Friday Results, Google Gets Friendly And Lights Up, And Sony Struggles

This Week in Tech: Black Friday Results, Google Gets Friendly And Lights Up, And Sony Struggles

This week in tech revealed the results from the holiday shopping kickoff weekend, Google making strides to become more kid-friendly and inspire coding, and Sony struggling with their recent…
This [Last] Week In Tech: Twitter #Fail, Sony Gets Hacked, Netflix Investigates, And Best Buy Crashes

This [Last] Week In Tech: Twitter #Fail, Sony Gets Hacked, Netflix Investigates, And Best Buy Crashes

Although last week was full of being thankful and hopefully some tasty turkey consumption, the tech world didn’t take time off. Last week in tech, Twitter’s CFO made a little…
5 Essential Black Friday Apps

5 Essential Black Friday Apps

According to a USA Today article, last year, 92 million people shopped on Black Friday while 131 million people shopped on Cyber Monday. Although this data shows a growing…
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Why You Should Hold Standing Meetings…Literally. [VIDEO]

Most of us have seen it – the conference call spoof that we can all relate to in more than one way (I am often the person who gets cut off and has to dial back in, or I…
This Week In Tech: IBM E-mail, Facebook At Work, Samsung's Milk, And An Uber Mess

This Week In Tech: IBM E-mail, Facebook At Work, Samsung’s Milk, And An Uber Mess

This week in tech, we saw two popular tech companies fighting for attention at work and supporting better work collaboration through internal social networks. We also saw a new YouTube competitor brought…
Can Your Smartphone Save The Turkey? Yes It Can! Apps To Help You On Thanksgiving

Can Your Smartphone Save The Turkey? Yes It Can! Apps To Help You On Thanksgiving

If you’re new to cooking Thanksgiving dinner (or maybe you’re just trying to not burn the turkey this year), we have some interesting apps to help you through this…