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.

Recent Stories

future of work

The Future Of Work: Understand, Prepare, And Innovate

An eye-opening future of work statistic is that 65 percent of children entering school today will work in careers that haven’t been invented. Imagine the possibilities and opportunities that the world is creating as we evolve at a rapid…
This Week In Tech: Apple Pay, Staples Hack, Gmail App, And Android Update

This Week In Tech: Apple Pay, Staples Hack, Gmail App, And Android Update

This week Apple finally releases their version of the digital wallet as they aim to “revolutionize” how we pay for things. In other news, Staples consumer data is…
information security

27 Cyber Protection Tips For Consumers And Companies [SLIDESHARE]

The scariest part of data breaches is that they just keep coming (just as recently as this morning, Staples is investigating a potential breach). A recent statistic showed that out of the three big ones that happened this year…
Empowerment Through Play: Getting Girls Into STEM

Empowerment Through Play: Getting Girls Into STEM

In today’s STEM-driven economy, the need to talent ratio in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields is less than favorable. The scarcity and availability of qualified talent in STEM is creating a huge talent
This Week In Tech: HP Splits, Dropbox Is Hacked, Netflix Tanks, And Google Offers Something Sweet

This Week In Tech: HP Splits, Dropbox Is Hacked, Netflix Tanks, And Google Offers Something Sweet

An interesting week in tech reveals a split in assets, another hacker victim, and a new smartwatch created by an unexpected source. We also see Netflix taking some financial risks…
independent contractors

Hiring Independent Contractors: Why Everyone Will Be Doing It By 2020

Hire an independent contractor. No really – everyone else is doing it or will be doing it. In today’s workforce contingent workers (defined as independent contractors, part-timers, or temporary/leased employees)…
This Week In Tech: Paybacks For AT&T, Yahoo Is Hacked, And Apple And HTC Innovate

This Week In Tech: Paybacks For AT&T, Yahoo Is Hacked, And Apple And HTC Innovate

This week in tech, a wireless company was a forced to take some responsibility for their actions while Yahoo! jumped the gun on announcing a security threat. We also saw…
global business networks

Business Networks For Innovation And Collaboration

How can you find, select, and communicate with a supplier who is 3,000 miles away? How can you work to collaborate with said supplier so seamlessly that goods are delivered as
This Week In Tech: Windows 10, Ello, Paypal And eBay, And More Hacks

This Week In Tech: Windows 10, Ello, Paypal And eBay, And More Hacks

This week in tech, we see two new technologies emerging – one from a well-known company and one from a new start-up social network. We also see two online…
Improve The Customer Experience By Remembering We're All Human

Improve The Customer Experience By Remembering We’re All Human

“Seventy-six percent of all people who read blogs are people.” - Tim Washer, Cisco, a quote from the NewsCred Content Marketing Summit. Tim Washer, content marketer and comedian, may have been a bit snarky when he presented…