Bluelock Blog

Bluelock Adds Joe Kuntz as EVP of Sales and Announces Growth Plans for 2014

February 26, 2014 by Diana Nolting

Bluelock is excited to announce the addition of Joe Kuntz as Executive Vice President of Sales. The addition of Joe is part of a larger, aggressive growth strategy for Bluelock in 2014 aims to grow headcount at nearly 50% this year.

Kuntz joins Bluelock from ExactTarget, now a company, where he served as Vice President of North American Sales. He had been with ExactTarget since 2008 in several positions, each of increasing responsibility. 

“Joe brings experience in leading sales...

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How DECA Financial Services Reduces DR Costs

February 10, 2014 by Megan Gish


DECA Financial Services, LLC, a nationally licensed accounts receivable management company, relies on their mission-critical call-center application to keep business going each day. They needed a way to guarantee their application would be recovered quickly so business could keep moving forward, no matter what.

In this webinar, Bluelock CTO, Pat O’Day, and DECA Financial CIO, Kevin Schoenrock, will sit down for a 30-minute open discussion digging into DECA Financials’ process for...

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Access Gartner Critical Capabilities for Recovery as a Service Report

January 23, 2014 by Diana Nolting

Gartner Critical Capabilities for Recovery as a Service report

Protect your business with confidence.

Simple, affordable Recovery-as-a-Service is a game-changer for businesses whose core applications were previously unprotected or those that spend large chunks of their budgets to maintain solutions that sill risked days or weeks of downtime during a declaration.

Recovery-as-a-Service allows businesses of any size to protect their most critical applications and data more cost effectively than ever, with better recovery times.

Learn the benefits, features and...

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Zombie-Proof Your Applications and Data

December 11, 2013 by Diana Nolting

Prepare for the worst and hope for the best. When it comes to potential business disasters, a zombie apocalypse is about as bad as it can get. A hurricane may impact your power and building stability, but a zombie outbreak can debilitate your applications, data and infrastructure all at the same time.

So what better way to prepare for potential business disasters than preparing your applications, data and infrastructure to be protected from the worst of the worst: a zombie apocalypse.

Bluelock CTO...

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Bluelock hiring for 7 positions

September 4, 2013 by Diana Nolting

The Bluelock DifferenceHave you heard about “The Bluelock Difference”?

Bluelock isn’t just about the nuts and bolts of providing a solution to customers. To succeed at Bluelock employees need to be customer-oriented, creative, collaborative and driven to provide the best service possible for all customers.

Support Administrator John Teegan explains, “Bluelock recruits a great team of individuals who not only work well together, but make it a priority to help each other reach their professional goals.”

Continuing, Teegan...

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Careers at Bluelock: What is the "Bluelock Difference"?

August 15, 2013 by Diana Nolting

A few months ago the entire Bluelock staff was working in cross-departmental teams doing top-secret R&D. Marketing, operations, engineering and finance were all on cross-functional teams whose work was so secretive, they didn’t even want to let their co-workers know what the results of their testing and development were until the final “unveiling”.

When we came together a few weeks later to unveil their results, it’s safe to say everyone was hoping they wouldn’t be the ones to end up with egg on...

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I know the basics of cloud-based disaster recovery, what’s next?

June 21, 2013 by Diana Nolting

Cloud-based disaster recovery solutions are easy-to-implement and easy-to-maintain. If you attended last month’s webinar you walked away knowing:

-       Cloud makes DR easy and affordable.

-       Cloud-based DR leaves you confident your entire application is protected.

-       RaaS prevents costly data and revenue loss with testable, reliable protection.

If you didn’t attend last month’s webinar you can view the recording here or view the slides here.

Now that you know the basics of To-Cloud,...

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Cloud News Report: Top 3 in Cloud – Week Ending June 19th

June 19, 2013 by Diana Nolting

The Cloud News Report is a weekly list of our top three favorite cloud computing articles from the past week. 

CIA re-evaluates $600 million Cloud Computing contract

While initial reports had the $600 million CIA cloud contract going to Amazon, CloudBusiness9’s Stuart Lauchlan reports the bidding has been reopened to allow IBM a fair shot at the award. Post-contract award, IBM argued that the security requirement concessions and changes allowed to Amazon during post-award negotiations were unfair...

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To-Cloud, In-Cloud and From-Cloud: Which Recovery-as-a-Service use case is right for you?

May 31, 2013 by Diana Nolting

Your risk and impact levels from a declared disaster have changed greatly over the years. Both natural and man-made disasters are increasing according to the list of FEMA declared disasters since 1953. Because businesses are becoming more reliant on technology, IT’s ability to recover and rebound after a declaration is just as important, if not more so, as the steps they take to try and prevent disasters in the first place.

The fact is, you can spend all the time and money in your...

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Cloud News Report: Top 3 in Cloud – Week Ending May 29th

May 29, 2013 by Diana Nolting

The Cloud News Report is a weekly list of our top three favorite cloud computing articles from the past week.

Sears Turning Old Department Stores Into Data Centers

One of the most ingenious ideas when it comes to making lemonade out of lemons, Sears recently announced its unused retail store spaces will begin to be converted into datacenters in order to make use of the large, unused square footage and help the company climb out of recent losses from their core business. In this Fast Company...

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