Author Archive | Brian Vellmure

What if the walls actually COULD speak?

Blog post by on July 24, 2014

“If these walls could speak…” The phrase invokes wonder and horror, depending on who you are, and what may have happened within the walls in question. Surprisingly, we’re now at a place in history where we can …

What connection brings

Blog post by on July 17, 2014

The kids were sleeping in the backseats as our loaded down Sequoia traversed the winding road over the sheer cliffs that drop down into the vast and rugged Pacific coastline. I asked my wife in a whisper …

Sizing up opportunities in the mid market

Blog post by on June 20, 2014

Somewhere in between the fast moving pace of innovative startups and the household names of the Fortune 1000 live the companies that generate over $10 trillion in revenue and employ more than 1/3 of all workers in …

Micro Everything

Blog post by on June 20, 2014

In 1959, a physicist named Richard Fyenman took the stage at CalTech for the annual meeting of the American Physical Society. A short bit into his presentation, he asked a transformative question. “Why cannot we write the …

Why Big Data won’t solve your Big Problems

Blog post by on May 21, 2014

If you follow this blog at all, you know that I work tirelessly trying to piece together tomorrow’s technology with the challenges of today to help organizations grow; by creating new value propositions and better customer experiences. …

Is every company becoming a technology company?

Blog post by on May 6, 2014

A couple of recent headlines caught my attention. From Quartz: From Re/code: I imagine myself sitting there in 2004, given a sneak peek at the future, and contemplating these headlines. I would immediately be puzzled. Why is …