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About Derek Klobucher

Derek Klobucher is a Brand Journalist, Content Marketer and Master Digital Storyteller at SAP. His responsibilities include conceiving, developing and conducting global, company-wide employee brand journalism training; managing content, promotion and strategy for social networks and online media; and mentoring SAP employees, contractors and interns to optimize blogging and social media efforts.

Why Blurring Industry Lines Can Be A Tremendous Business Opportunity

20-Jul-2017 | Derek Klobucher

Disruptive technologies are helping cutting-edge organizations blur the lines between industries, opening a world of new possibilities to those undergoing digital transformation. But there are new res

Why Blockchain Is Good For Business, But Not Great For Consumers

8-May-2017 | Derek Klobucher

There’s been much ado about blockchain for years. But is the distributed ledger technology (DLT), which efficiently records and transparently shares contract and transaction data, worth the hype?

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How To Ensure That Sustainable Investing Is Successful And Secure

1-May-2017 | Derek Klobucher

Considerable investment in sustainable companies is no longer an activist fantasy. It’s real and practical, led in part by ever more influential investors and experts. For example, in late April

Machine Learning: The New High-Tech Focus For Cybersecurity

18-Jan-2017 | Derek Klobucher

It’s already been a busy year for cybersecurity, as U.S. President Barack Obama warned NATO allies last weekend to closely monitor their impending elections for the kind of suspected Russian hacking

How Bots Can Help You Find The Right Gift This Year

22-Dec-2016 | Derek Klobucher

Bots are a great way for holiday shoppers to check off items from their wish lists while avoiding crowded stores and endless hold times on the phone. Bots are also a fantastic tool for the organizatio

Why Green Fields Are Perfect For New High-Tech Platforms

3-Nov-2016 | Derek Klobucher

Going after new markets often requires bold moves. Japanese computer game titan Nintendo is stretching out — yet again — in an effort to win new customers after unveiling its newest console, the N

Why Insurance Will Be Bigger – And Invisible – In 20 Years

21-Oct-2016 | Derek Klobucher

You might want to take a mental snapshot of what insurance looks like, because children born today could make up first generation that won’t know what insurance is. That’s not because insurance wo

Creating The Best Future With Cloud Technology And Time Travel

28-Sep-2016 | Derek Klobucher

Björn Goerke seemed to have no problem driving a heavily modified DeLorean DMC-12 onto the stage at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas — and that’s where he got it stuck Monday night. Just like the time mac

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How To Beat The Deadline For RevRec’s Big Changes

23-Sep-2016 | Derek Klobucher

Big deadlines are looming for businesses around the world. Changes in the U.S. and abroad will affect every organization that offers any kind of subscription, from mobile service providers to landscap

Is The iPhone’s Missing Headphone Jack Really The End Of The World?

16-Sep-2016 | Derek Klobucher

American tech titan Apple launched its latest iPhones Wednesday, notably ditching a nearly century-and-a-half-old feature in a move that some are characterizing as “panic-worthy” — and CNNMoney