Derek Klobucher

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.

Obama’s Five-Point Plan to Fight Cyber-Attacks

Obama’s Five-Point Plan to Fight Cyber-Attacks

6-Mar-2013 | Derek Klobucher

Continued cyber-attacks on the United States may soon be met with trade or diplomatic punishment against the nations of origin. The Obama administration last week listed more than a dozen instances of

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To Boldly Bank Where No One Has Banked Before – With Mobile Banking

1-Mar-2013 | Derek Klobucher

Mobile Banking in South Africa More than half a million new customers joined South Africa’s biggest bank in less than a year thanks to SAP Mobile Platform, helping unbanked populations meet their b


Big Data Can Save Lives — If Culture and Strategy Let It

1-Mar-2013 | Derek Klobucher

Big Data can be a life saver, figuratively and literally. We’ve all heard about how Big Data can save time and money, but 87 percent of federal IT officials think that real-time Big Data could save


Government Big Data Encourages Innovation

15-Feb-2013 | Derek Klobucher

One good thing about taxes is that they get citizens invested in government — literally. Taxpayers want to be sure that the government spends their money sensibly, but first they must know how their

President Obama’s New Preemptive Strike Powers Target Cyber-Attackers

12-Feb-2013 | Derek Klobucher

Any hype over the latest mobile app for your smartphone, tablet computer or phablet just seems pedestrian when compared to President Barack Obama’s new power to cyber-trounce anyone he thinks is abo


Jim Cramer Explores Device Agnosticism and “The Curious Case of SAP”

11-Feb-2013 | Derek Klobucher

“There’s no formal definition of these phone-tablet hybrids,” consumer technology news site TechRadar said of the increasingly popular phablet last week. Pronounced like “fablet,” but too bi


Cyber-Attacks Against Banks Continue: Wall Street, We Have A Problemo, Bro

29-Jan-2013 | Derek Klobucher

Iran may be behind a massive and sustained campaign of cyber-attacks against numerous Western financial institutions, including Citigroup, Capital One and HSBC, we learned last week. The strikes explo

Success in Asia, When Innovation Isn’t Enough

28-Jan-2013 | Derek Klobucher

It can be easy to forget about other continents. Regulatory talk about Dodd-Frank and Basel III — not to mention economic worry about the fiscal cliff and Eurozone debt crisis — can leave you thin

Innovation, Not Just Reputation, Is Key To Market Success

24-Jan-2013 | Derek Klobucher

Variety may be the spice of life, but innovation drives variety. The pervasive taste of Apple would still dominate the smartphone palate if Samsung hadn’t kicked things up a notch. In fact, the S


International Social Sabbaticals Programs Benefit Startups In Emerging Economies

18-Jan-2013 | Derek Klobucher

Weather was partly cloudy for solar power startups last week. Investors in Santa Clara, Calif.-based photovoltaic panel maker MiaSolé saw no sun, as the acquisition price yielded pennies for the mill