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Glenn has Gone Google! May 13, 2010

Posted by Glenn Irvine in Blog, Commentary, Competitive, Events, Futuring, Launch, Media Release.
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It’s been a hectic week, but after ten years of playing with IBM Technologies in the Collaboration Space, I have finally “Gone Google!”

As of Wednesday this week, I have started as a Senior Sales Manager for Australia’s Leading Google Enterprise Business Partner, HEDLOC, looking after the Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australian territories.

This has been a while in the making and as you will have seen, many of my posts to this blog has been related to Google and its travels in the Collaboration World.

While my times with IBM and the Lotus Technologies in particular have been great, I believe Google has the next Enterprise Evolution, as far as collaboration technologies go, well and truly in it’s sights (and business model)

The Cloud Phenomenon is definitely gaining momentum, with many CEOs and CIOs coming on board with a Cloud Vision for their organisations.

In many cases, the numbers stack up, only too compellingly. I also believe Google has the greatest brand for the Cloud, and you have to admire their corporate vision and culture. The place oozes with Innovation.

So watch this space… You will definitely hear more from me as this trend gathers pace.


Glenn Irvine


1. Michael Ransley - May 13, 2010

Hello Glenn,

Good luck in your new venture. I have enjoyed reading this blog and hope that you will continue updating it.



2. Bob Balfe - May 13, 2010

Are you going to change your blog name to “thegoogleposition.wordpress.com”?

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