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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The New Workforce: What They Really Want

The concept is simple – today’s workforce has different motivators, expects a differently structured workplace, and has new ways of communicating. This matters to employers because as they work to manage their existing talent in a multigenerational environment and…
This Week in Tech: Apple, Apple, Apple...Microsoft, Minecraft, And Hacks

This Week in Tech: Apple, Apple, Apple…Microsoft, Minecraft, And Hacks

This week, the big fruit took over the news. Thanks to Apple’s sweet announcement event on Tuesday, there are new innovations that are, or soon will be,…
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Why #AppleLive Was Such A Bummer And What We Can Learn

Let me preface this post with the fact that I love Apple products. I have owned about four iPhones, six Apple laptops (from the iBook to the…
This Week In Tech: Samsung, James Bond, Ollie, And The Home Depot Hack

This Week In Tech: Samsung, James Bond, Ollie, And The Home Depot Hack

This week in tech, we see Samsung bringing their “A” game with some new products and Sony entering the wearable tech world. We also get acquainted with a new…
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Keep Your Personal Information, Personal: What The Celebrity Photo Hack Can Teach Us

You may not be Jennifer Lawrence or Kate Upton, or even know or care who those women are, but you should be aware of the latest “scandal” that included risqué photos of the pop stars and the good old…
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Does Your Corporate Learning Need A Revamp?

Without employees, companies just couldn’t succeed. Even the most advanced robots such as Baxter and Atlas are only advanced enough to handle repetitive tasks and limited logical
This Week In Tech: iPhone Snafu, Hacks On Hacks, Twitter Take Down, And An Uber Hire

This Week In Tech: iPhone Snafu, Hacks On Hacks, Twitter Take Down, And An Uber Hire

This week in tech brought us some good, bad, and interesting news about the anticipated iPhone 6 debut. We also see new data hacks (say it ain’t so) and…
Get To The Heart Of The Matter: The Customer Experience

Get To The Heart Of The Matter: The Customer Experience

Apple does it in their stores. Virgin America does it on their flights. And Zappos does it online and it’s a huge factor in creating and maintaining their culture. What is it that they are doing? They are
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The Secret Sauce Of Leadership Is Made Of These Two Ingredients

The ingredients of a great sauce aren’t just a hodgepodge of completely unrelated foods that just happen to come together to create palette-stimulating experiences. Instead, the ingredients are carefully chosen complementary spices and additives that when combined, create a…
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Cyborgs: Weird Or Weirdly Awesome?

The term cyborg might not be a word you use in your everyday vocabulary, but it is a term that might make its way into everyday…