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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Gartner's Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends For 2015 [WEBINAR RECAP]

Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends For 2015 [WEBINAR RECAP]

There is no surprise that concepts such as the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, and cloud/client computing made it onto Gartner’s list of top 10 strategic technology…
This Week In Tech: Netflix Soars, Facebook Resolves To Clean Up, Windows 10 Is Unveiled, And eBay Announces Layoffs

This Week In Tech: Netflix Soars, Facebook Resolves To Clean Up, Windows 10 Is Unveiled, And eBay Announces Layoffs

This week, Netflix showed us their fourth quarter numbers and their excitement for the year ahead, while Facebook resolves to clean up our news feeds. This week also brought…
Wearables At Work? Think Productivity.

Wearables At Work? Think Productivity.

Getting fit (or fitter) as a personal goal tends to be at the top of almost everyone’s list – but it isn’t always at the top of a company’s list…
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Workforce 2020: Building A Strategic Workforce For The Future [WEBINAR RECAP]

With a deeper understanding of the changing workforce, companies can identify strategies for managing, keeping, and recruiting talent that will help their companies thrive and grow in the volatile world…
This Week In Tech: Account Hacks, GoPro Dives, Facebook Gets Amber, And Blackberry Denies

This Week In Tech: Account Hacks, GoPro Dives, Facebook Gets Amber, And Blackberry Denies

This week we saw CENTCOM social media accounts get hacked and the ever-popular GoPro lose some market share as a new well-established competitor crowds their space. We also saw Facebook bringing…
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Jobs Are Being Created, But Is The Talent Keeping Up? [VIDEO]

For the first time in a while, the U.S. economy started off the New Year with positive news on the job and employment fronts. According to the statistics reported on January 9, 2015 by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the…
This Week In Tech: Typos No More, Bitcoin Breach, Chips And PINS, And CES

This Week In Tech: Typos No More, Bitcoin Breach, Chips And PINS, And CES

This week in tech showed us some interesting technology, such as the Typo keyboard created by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest. And of course, we also saw another company -…
14 Reasons 2014 Was Amazing

14 Reasons 2014 Was Amazing

While 2014 might be coined as “The Year of the Selfie,” thanks to the Ellen Degeneres Oscar selfie that was retweeted over 3 million times, it was also the year of many other big things in the tech…
Last Week In Tech: The Interview, Gaming Hacks, IE Retirement, And Apple Sued...Again

Last Week In Tech: The Interview, Gaming Hacks, IE Retirement, And Apple Sued…Again

Last week in tech, we saw the controversial movie The Interview earning some major cash after its online debut and subsequent in-theatre release. We also saw some gaming companies…
This Week In Tech: North Korea Gets Disconnected, Twitter Stocks Rise, Staples Reports Hack, And Uber's CEO Gets In Trouble

This Week In Tech: North Korea Gets Disconnected, Twitter Stocks Rise, Staples Reports Hack, And Uber’s CEO Gets In Trouble

This week brought us a week of holiday celebrations and a lot of complications for the tech industry. Earlier this week, there was a widespread Internet outage for North…