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19 Apr 19
Fast Offers Online, an E-Com Innovations website

Capacity:1TB  |  Style:2.5″ Mobile HDD WD Red NAS Storage NAS Hard Drive The next generation of hard drives for home or small office network attached storage systems. Expanded solutions Our formula of success has led growth of WD Red into higher capacities and expansion into new 2.5-inch solutions. We now offer a broader, more comprehensive […]

19 Apr 19
Mags Forum Technology

I have an iso file (acronis 2018, if it matters) which I want to deploy on an USB stick. But, I have one specific requirement, I want to deploy the iso file to a partition on the USB device. Tools like Rufus allow me to write an image file and make it bootable, but will […]

18 Apr 19
Mags Forum Technology

I’m getting a warranty replacement for my Windows 10 pro laptop with a screen hardware issue. I would like to just clone my hard drive onto an external drive and then transfer it to the new computer. This is my work computer and I use it every day. While I am ready to spend the […]

17 Apr 19
Welcome to Info Tech Layer

These VMware and third-party VM backup tools… VMware offers several native VM backup tools, such as VMware Consolidated Backup and VMware Site Recovery Manager, but you might also want to consider third-party backup and restoration tools, such as Veeam Availability Suite or Acronis Backup. VMware Social Media Advocacy

16 Apr 19
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The report on the global Back up as a Service market covers historical market trends, current market dynamics, market valuation by segmentation as well as region, country-level analysis for every segment, key player’s market share analysis, competitive landscape and supply chain analysis. Market Highlights: Backup as service refers to storage of data, the service involves […]

16 Apr 19
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Market Highlights Data resiliency is necessary for ensuring the continuous availability of business applications and data, even at the time of any adverse events such as cyber-attacks, power outage, and server overload. Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a research report on the global data resiliency market that estimates huge growth for this market at […]

16 Apr 19
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“The Latest Research Report Enterprise File Sync And Share Platform provides information on pricing, market analysis, shares, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. – MarketResearchReports.biz” Enterprise file synchronization and sharing (EFSS) are software services that aids enterprises to securely synchronize and share files including documents, media and others, from multiple devices and across […]

15 Apr 19
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Computer Repair In Guisborough Error 1309 will be a problem with the permissions of your PC, and how your computer will not be able to properly process a range of important files which will let it run. An on time intervention of highly computer expert of serviceman can save the day in the majority of […]

15 Apr 19

My research for my FMP had to look at the current shape of sponsorship in Formula One today. My study included the brands that are currently sponsoring the teams in the sport, the digital platforms that are now used in the franchise and the views that people have when it comes to seeing a sponsor […]

15 Apr 19
FrenchTech Singapore

This week we talked to Laurent Dedenis, Founder and CEO of Chainstack. Blockchain is such a hot topic globally and even more so in Singapore, it is about time we dive into it! Laurent, tell us more about yourself? I first arrived in Singapore in 1997, a long time ago! I lived here several times […]

12 Apr 19
ICT-Market-Trends

According to the new market research “Disaster Recovery as a Service Market by Service Type (Backup & Recovery, Real-Time Replication, Data Protection, and Professional Services), Service Provider, Deployment Model, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2022″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market size is expected to grow […]

11 Apr 19
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Who Are We? 365 iT SOLUTIONS is a leading IT consulting firm in Toronto. Our in-house 100% Canadian technical team delivers industry leading Managed IT Services, IT Support Services, IT Outsourcing Services, Tech Support Services and Cloud Services. Who Are Our Clients? 365 iT SOLUTIONS has an impressive client portfolio that consists of Toronto?s most […]

10 Apr 19
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“The Latest Research Report Data Protection and Recovery Solutions Market provides information on pricing, market analysis, shares, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. – MarketResearchReports.biz” Data protection and recovery solution plays a vital role not only in securing the corporate data from cyber threats but also provides a medium to recover the lost […]

09 Apr 19
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09th April 2019 – The global Cloud Backup Market is expected to reach $190.5 billion by 2024. The important features motivating the development of this market are creation of enormous amount of information, growing implementation of Software as a Service [SaaS]. The Cloud Backup market on the source of Type of End User could span […]

09 Apr 19
Thrive Global
In terms of using what I have, I was lucky enough to meet good people who are supportive of my ideas even if in the moment they didn’t feel it was very rational. I love being able to return this to other people. I can feel when someone is excited about something, but don’t have the courage to go after their dream and idea. I try look for their reasons for their dreams, and if it is truthful, I am supportive of their desires and want to give them the power and love to go move forward and pursue their dreams. I can also help them get rid of their doubts. I love sharing my life experience and have been mentoring a few dozens of people with helping them to figure out their next steps in their life. It’s important to meet someone who will remind that there’s no ceiling. So with me, running into new and different opportunities in my life came as a result of other people bringing opportunities to me, so I feel like I want to contribute towards creating opportunities for others. It’s not always about money or investment, but to be the first person to believe in someone? That’s enough for that person to create something amazing for the world. I love being in a position to help people achieve their dreams and help our planet, and I believe one of my skills is that I can usually see people in ways that other people don’t see them. I can love and believe in people in a special way so it’ll be enough for them to start loving and believing in themselves and as a result, achieve their dreams. I had the pleasure of interviewing Masha Drokova, the Founder and General Partner of Day One Ventures. Before launching Day One, she was an angel investor and founder of a PR studio that worked with companies like Houzz, HotelTonight, Gett, and Toptal. She’s a Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree and was named by Business Insider as a top 50 PR pro in tech. Thank you so much for doing this with us Masha! Can you tell us the story of how you grew up? I was born in a small town, Tambov, about 300 miles south of Moscow. The town is very beautiful with lots of old houses, trees and a nice river. It’s not super famous for anything, and the average income for someone who lives there is about $200 per month. My mom is a Russian literature and Russian language teacher turned into entrepreneur, and my dad is a space engineer turned into finance professional. My dad is super stubborn which he handed down to me, (laughs). My mom is artistic and fun. I got her laugh — I laugh all the time. I was lucky enough to grow up with a very cool family, where I had a lot of freedom from the time I was 3 years old. I also have a younger sister who was born when I was almost 4, and it was at that moment that my mom said I was now an adult. This made me feel very responsible for the well-being of my sister as well as feeling very independent when it came to everything related to my life. I’ve been called as an unmanageable kid. Being brought together with my sister gave me a sense of what true partnerships means, and we’re still very friendly and super close. It’s this kind of close relationship that inevitably brings tears and gave me a sense of what any relationship can be. Where there is strong trust, love, and focus on another person. I learned a lot about relationships through this with my sister, which has been the most beneficial relationship and healthy relationship in my life. My family also had to grow our own vegetables in our garden because even though we were a middle class family, we expected to go hungry each year so we could only rely on homegrown food. It wasn’t viable to hope that there would be anything in stores or in the market. Although, this is what we were used to so it was also fun for my sister and I to do gardening work with our parents. We were a typical middle class family and shared similar values and had a lot of unity in our family. When I was growing up it was the ’90s, and the Soviet Union had just crashed and the population was increasing. However, during that time I didn’t really believe in the country, in society, and life itself was very disappointing. Every single day in our town my parents would talk about how someone had been killed, typically at a bar, and this was very depressing to hear about so regularly. It sounds terrible to say, but it was almost normal that people were killed in our hometown. Growing up, I was fascinated by the fact that our country fought fascism. I think we had a strong foundation for me to be very anti-fascist, and this became one of my values that I was brought up with since early childhood. This also made me want to deliver something to the society and country I grew up in, which lead me to join a youth movement at 15, and I then became one of its leaders shortly after joining. That was my first real job. The movement quickly grew to more 100,000 people within a year and half, and this experience of being one of the movement’s leaders taught me how to build community. I am grateful that I was introduced to that experience, because since then, I think that any organization that I build looks and feels more like a community with people being united by common values and common culture, while having diverse background. When I was in school, I had excellent marks all the time. I remember a time when I was in school and my Mom, who was my teacher at the time, said if I didn’t get first place in Olympiad (largest competition for students in Russia), she would never give me “A” marks. I won Olympiad and this put me on a very good track as I started winning multiple Olympiads and eventually won the all-Russian Olympiad in social science which gave me a chance to enter the most competitive faculty (management and business) at Moscow State University. I was very interested in studying because I’ve always wanted to see results in the work I do and it was fun to learn new things. I also need to constantly feed my curiosity and be surrounded by very smart and curious people otherwise I get bored. I loved to draw, dance, and write funny stories and poems. I was also doing massages for all my family members and charged them for it from the time I was 8 years old. With the money I earned, I was able to buy presents for my family. Was there a particular trigger moment that made you emigrate to the US? Can you tell a story? I left the youth movement at age 19 after being involved for five years. I learned a lot during that time and had started to gain a lot of recognition in my country. I decided to leave politics because the group I was leading had started to undertake a new direction that no longer aligned 100% with my values. That’s when I was lucky enough to meet a serial entrepreneur, Serguei Beloussov, who eventually became my boss and mentor. He’s founded over twenty companies companies such as Parallels, Acronis, and Rolsen, and three of them reached over $1billion in valuation. He’s one of the most amazing and talented entrepreneurs I’ve ever met. I joined his team and he was working on a few different projects like the The Russian Quantum Center, Runa Capital, and Acronis. I was very loyal to him and totally got his direction. He’s been one of my closest business partners and mentors for so many years. One of the main reasons I left Russia is very simple. Serguei had to go rescue one of the companies he founded and bring it back to a place where it would continue to grow and he needed help to do this. So I moved to the US into order to support him and I didn’t think twice about it. It was a simple decision because I knew that my main mentor, boss, and friend needed lots help and I wanted to be there for him. That company is headquartered in Boston, so that’s where I lived when I first moved to America. That whole experience all happened so fast, and at the time, I think I was only 22 years old and was given an executive role where I had to manage multiple teams, multi-million dollar budgets, and global PR across 30 countries — I had a lot of responsponsibility. In hindsight it sounds like a lot, because it was, but I didn’t think much of it at the time since I was just following my leader, and he needed help, so I went to help him. After working for Acronis, I felt I was ready to start my own business so I moved from Boston to New York City to start a consulting company where we grew very quickly into a PR business which is still growing and developing. Can you tell us the story of how you came to the USA? What was that experience like? The first visa I received was hundreds of pages, so I had to build a strong case and prove that I was worthy of staying in the USA, and it took a few months to do that. During that process I was lucky enough to get help from some amazing people who wrote letters in support of my visa application. I think it was easier to get a visa then than it is now, and I was lucky enough to be accepted for a Green Card. I feel incredibly lucky to have done it earlier when it was different, and I don’t know how different my application experience would be if I had tried right now. I feel super honored and grateful to be able to be working and developing a business in a country where I feel like it’s the best fit for me. The USA is where I imagine myself living for the rest of my life, and I feel incredibly grateful to the people to helped me move me. When I got my O1 visa I cried. It was a relief that I can live in the place I feel the most alive at. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped make the move more manageable? Can you share a story? I think in general with the visa application, I originally wouldn’t have discovered this opportunity if it wasn’t for Serguei. I wouldn’t have a visa or learned how to work in America without him, so I’m incredibly appreciative of him. Esther Dyson, an incredibly accomplished angel investor also supported my visa application and I was introduced to her by Serguei. Dave Waiser from Gett, Taso Du Val from Toptal, and Houzz and HotelTonight teams been incredible to my growth as well. Finally, I wouldn’t have been able to move here, stay here, and achieve some levels of success without the support of everyone around me when I first moved to America. The first few months here were super rough as I was adapting, and without my support circle I wouldn’t have been able to do it. My team was also extremely supportive. I won’t accomplish anything without them. So how are things going today? Things are going very well! I’m grateful to be able to be building a company that I can imagine spending the rest of my life working on. I want to serve people, and I want to serve my life’s purpose which is love, freedom and truth, and there’s isn’t a more ideal place or career that feeds my purposes. I’m also appreciative of the experiences and skills I’ve gained through my life since they’re aligned with my goals and purpose of building Day One Ventures, and our mission to be the most founder-centric fund. I would also add that while working on a fund I’m making sure it’s aligned with my internal work, which is in the center of my life and source of energy and inspiration for all other sides. Everyday I meditate, pray, do yoga and some other things I’ve found to be beneficial to my internal work. It’s in the center of how I experience life, and by putting lots of effort and time into my internal work, I’m able to help and receive lots of magic in my day-to-day life. I’m also working on finding more flow and having more alignment, happiness, and feeling full of freedom. I care a lot about nature, mental health and science, and I’m trying my best to solve problems in these areas. Serving the founders who are working on these kinds of companies is the most rewarding and fun job I could have imagined for myself. How have you used your success to bring goodness to the world? I don’t think there’s actually any success yet in the sense of giving back in a massive way. Although, we have very strong tendencies and preferences such as focusing on giving back when and where we can, and we invest in companies who improve people, society, and/or the planet which will be better for everyone. For the fund, we’ll be able to effectively measure our success in 10 to 12 years from now, and at that point, we’ll be in an even better place to bring goodness to the world. In terms of using what I have, I was lucky enough to meet good people who are supportive of my ideas even if in the moment they didn’t feel it was very rational. I love being able to return this to other people. I can feel when someone is excited about something, but don’t have the courage to go after their dream and idea. I try look for their reasons for their dreams, and if it is truthful, I am supportive of their desires and want to give them the power and love to go move forward and pursue their dreams. I can also help them get rid of their doubts. I love sharing my life experience and have been mentoring a few dozens of people with helping them to figure out their next steps in their life. It’s important to meet someone who will remind that there’s no ceiling. So with me, running into new and different opportunities in my life came as a result of other people bringing opportunities to me, so I feel like I want to contribute towards creating opportunities for others. It’s not always about money or investment, but to be the first person to believe in someone? That’s enough for that person to create something amazing for the world. I love being in a position to help people achieve their dreams and help our planet, and I believe one of my skills is that I can usually see people in ways that other people don’t see them. I can love and believe in people in a special way so it’ll be enough for them to start loving and believing in themselves and as a result, achieve their dreams. You have first hand experience with the US immigration system. If you had the power, which three things would you change to improve the system? 1) I just want to live in a world where people can travel anywhere they like without limitation. I think this is realistically possible, and I’m not just talking about people getting rid of passport and visas, but having humanity come to the point where we’re more equal in terms of financial opportunities and access to education, which would help and inspire more people to travel.2) Speaking of immigration systems, I realize that changing passport systems and the way humanity views travel won’t happen soon, maybe not in my lifetime, but it’s realistic to make significant progress in my lifetime. For starters, the ways visas are organized can be redone and it shouldn’t be such an expensive process. If I hadn’t been lucky enough to be working since I was 15, I wouldn’t have had the funds to afford to it. I wouldn’t even have had enough money for lawyers. I don’t think it is fair.It can be digitized and simplified. There is a lot of social data (like Uber rating) that can be automatically gather and considered when officers decide on the visa.In general I hate visas and I think it’s an outdated instrument. I’d rather take this money and create equal educational opportunities for everyone. Education, not borders from people in developing countries will make people in developed countries feel safe and stable. Can you share “5 keys to achieving the American dream” that others can learn from you? Please share a story or example for each. I never thought that I wanted to achieve the American Dream. I’m just trying to do things that make me feel alive and excited, and that I’m really obsessed about. I’m being myself and not comparing myself with other people, and doing what I love the most. The more I come to this sincerity, the better the world reflects on what I do. The more truthful I am with myself, the happier and more resourceful I am. Love, freedom and truth sound like standard qualities but very few people are trying to reflect on their lives based where they are at with these qualities. I think it’s not necessarily just about the American Dream, but in general, it’s about any dream. If you take the time to not copy others, you can drop into your heart and find your deepest desires and ideas and create a space where you can work on these ideas. You shouldn’t and can’t be in doubt when you feel this impulse, you need to be consistent with this impulse, until the idea fully unfolds in real world. This is your service for the world. We know that the US needs improvement. But are there 3 things that make you optimistic about the US’s future? 1) There are lots of talented and fearless people coming here to work and accomplish their goals and dreams, it’s inspiring and attractive. The US is alive and creative.2) Compared to the rest of the world, society here is organized and people aren’t hurting each other as much as they do in other parts of the world.3) Silicon Valley and the culture that has been created here, both the culture of human relationship and culture of building innovative companies makes me very hopeful about America. Overall, it’s just so diverse. I think diversity is amazing. I try to keep lots of diversity in my network, whether it’s age, nationality, income level, upbringing, fame, background. Diversity makes America the best. Some of the biggest names in Business, VC funding, Sports, and Entertainment read this column. Is there a person in the world, or in the US whom you would love to have a private breakfast or lunch with, and why? He or she might see this. 🙂 I know everyone I want to know, really. This was very inspiring. Thank you so much for joining us!