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: Net Neutrality, HP Dives, Lenovo Is Hacked, Apple Pays Out, And Amazon Hires Up

This Week In Tech: Net Neutrality, HP Dives, Lenovo Is Hacked, Apple Pays Out, And Amazon Hires Up

This week HP took a beating and Lenovo experienced some more website troubles. Also, we saw Apple take a loss in a lawsuit and Amazon hiring from the political world. Here’s what…
This Week In Tech: Samsung Acquires LoopPay, Apple As A Carmaker, YouTube Gets Kids, And Lenovo Gets Advertisers

This Week In Tech: Samsung Acquires LoopPay, Apple As A Carmaker, YouTube Gets Kids, And Lenovo Gets Advertisers

This week in tech, Samsung stepped up their game to compete with Apple Pay with an acquisition while Apple might be building their own version of a car. YouTube…
3 Reasons To Fall Back In Love With Big Data

3 Reasons To Fall Back In Love With Big Data

There are people who hate Big Data. They may hate it because its massive volume overwhelms them and figuring out how to analyze it, or they just haven’t cracked the…
This Week In Tech: Samsung Listens, Twitter Is Hacked, Facebook Creates A Legacy, And Apple Goes Solar

This Week In Tech: Samsung Listens, Twitter Is Hacked, Facebook Creates A Legacy, And Apple Goes Solar

This week, there were reports of Samsung recording our living room conversations and the Twitter account of Twitter CFO Anthony Noto made headlines once again. We also saw Facebook wanting to join users…
This Week In Tech: Sony Announcements, Anthem Is Hacked, Sprint Saves Radioshack, And Pandora Drops

This Week In Tech: Sony Announcements, Anthem Is Hacked, Sprint Saves Radioshack, And Pandora Drops

This week, Sony revealed the ramifications of their November 2014 security breach while Anthem Health Insurance became a data breach victim compromising data from about 80 million people. We also…
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46% Would Rather Watch Paint Dry Than Do This Work Activity [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ever wonder if anyone is paying attention during a status meeting? Chances are they aren’t. According to the results of a Harris Poll survey around workforce productivity, conducted by Clarizen, 46 percent of…
Facebook's Super Bowl Strategy May Excite Or Scare You

Facebook’s Super Bowl Strategy May Excite Or Scare You

Plan to log in to Facebook while watching the big game? Of course you won’t be the only one attending the Facebook bowl parties, but if…
This Week In Tech: Facebook And Instagram Go Dark, Yahoo Changes, IBM Denies, And Apple Soars

This Week In Tech: Facebook And Instagram Go Dark, Yahoo Changes, IBM Denies, And Apple Soars

This week we saw two social media giants take an hour holiday, Yahoo! making some big decisions about Alibaba, and IBM denying a possible 112,000 layoffs. We also see Apple…
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…