Geeks

Geek of the Week: Steven Berglund, CEO of Trimble

It is California based company that focuses on using technology to track machines, equipment and people. Trimble is the first commercial GPS company. It has extended beyond just GPS to other functions such as using all types of positional ...

Geek of the Week: Nathan Kondamuri, CEO of Pair Eyewear

Pair Eyewear is a startup company set to make the future of children wearing glasses a better one. The company was cofounded by Nathan Kondamuri who is also the CEO of the company. As an eight years old child, Nathan was prescribed his first ...

Geek of the Week: Michael Dubin, CEO of Dollar Shave Club

The Dollar Shave company is an American company that delivers shaving razor and other grooming materials on monthly subscription. The company was founded in 2011 by Mark Dubin who doubles as the CEO of the company. According to a statement ...

Geek of the Week: Simon Enever, CEO of Quip

Most people struggle with the ‘boring task’ of having to clean their teeth every day and they would gladly consider a more interesting way of keeping up with the task, if granted the opportunity. Simon Enever, the founder and CEO of quip, seeks ...

Geek of the Week: John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo

Waymo is a company that specializes in releasing technologies for self-driving cars. Initially known as part of a google project in 2015, Waymo excluded itself to become a stand-alone self-driving car company with its parent’s company as Alphabet ...

Geek of the Week: Ben Silbermann, CEO of Pinterest

CEO of Pinterest Incorporations, a social media web and mobile application, Ben Silbermann is an internet entrepreneur and also a billionaire with his net worth estimated to be about $1.6 billion as at February, 2019 by Forbes. Ben also ...

Geek of the Week: Gaurav Manglik & Tenry Fu

Let’s get right to it! This week’s Geek of the Week is a double whammy – Gaurav Manglik and Tenry Fu, Co-Founders of CliQr. For those of you who missed it (you couldn’t have possibly missed this news), tech giant Cisco announced their intent to ...

Geek of the Week: Paul Hooper

It’s that time of the week again – Geek. Of. The. Week! So we’re going to jump right into it. Congratulations to Paul Hooper, CEO of Gigamon! So, what’s the deal with Mr. Hooper and Gigamon? For those of you who follow CloudWedge religiously, you ...

Geek of the Week: Mike Boswood

One of the largest, if not the largest, markets in the world is the medical field. Interestingly enough, the cloud is becoming a large part of the health care market today. Efficiency and understanding data – these are just some of the factors that ...

Geek of the Week: Dr. Robert Maher

In the age of instant gratification, the "need for speed" is a must have. Unfortunately, since the Internet's inception, data transfer rates have known to fluctuate drastically. Generally speaking, the average home internet speed sees anywhere from ...

Geek of the Week: Jon Reynolds & Ben Medlock

It is no secret that one of the most innovative products, if not the most innovative product, was the release of the smartphone by Apple back in 2007. Since then, mobile communication has taken off. Texting, email, you name it – people are typing ...

Geek of the Week: Brad Hunstable

We haven’t done this is quite some time, but this week we will jump right into it. Congratulations to Brad Hunstable, Founder and CEO of Ustream, on being named this week’s Geek of the Week! Though most of the world are owners of televisions for ...

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