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Steve Balthazor

Steve is VP of Product Development at Higher Logic. He has a B.S.E. in Engineering Special Program (Nuclear Science) from Arizona State University and served in the United States Navy where he qualified as a Nuclear Submarine Officer. After serving in the Navy, he held various engineering/project management positions in the semiconductor, mining, and software industries. When Steve is not working, he enjoys reading a good book, especially while sitting on a quiet beach or floating in his pool. Steve appreciates good beer and is always interested in trying a new beer. Recently, he has developed a passion for sailing and is trying to work it into his schedule.
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4 Hot Tech Topics to Watch in 2018

Written by Steve Balthazor on January 2, 2018 at 8:30 AM | 4 minute read

We’re well past the point of keeping up with every advancement in the tech field – things are simply moving too fast. But that doesn’t mean we aren’t affected when things move forward.

New technology makes its way into our lives and businesses faster every year. Unsurprisingly, that will continue in 2018. But since it’s almost impossible to keep up with every tech change that will affect you this year, we’ve collected four that are on our radar.

These four areas have been in conversations – and the news – recently and will continue to be hot topics in the coming months. If they aren’t already affecting your life or work, they will soon.

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Topics: Online Community Software, Email Marketing, Marketing Automation, Online Community

Need to Improve Your Cybersecurity? Start with These 3 Tips

Written by Steve Balthazor on November 23, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

DDoS "“ distributed denial of service. Even a few years ago that phrase was relatively obscure, known mostly to computer security experts, programmers, and those who were technically-minded. To the rest of us, it was just another acronym.

Now, you may regularly hear about DDoS attacks and other cybersecurity threats over your morning cup of coffee. Even alarming stories about stolen logins, passwords, addresses, and credit card information have become commonplace.

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Topics: Online Community Software, Marketing Automation, Online Community

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