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Ken Clipperton

Principal storage analyst & Partner,
dcig, llc.

Ken Clipperton is the Principal Storage Analyst and a Partner at DCIG. Ken brings more than 20 years of information technology leadership to his current role. Prior roles include server administrator, systems analyst, and then information technology director at a series of three private colleges and universities. Ken has served on multiple corporate advisory boards, state-wide technology commissions, national user group boards, and presented at many national and regional technology conferences.

Throughout his career, Ken has specialized in evaluating and implementing innovative technologies to address operational, tactical and strategic business priorities. For example, Ken was a key leader in the creation of the world’s first comprehensive wireless community at Buena Vista University–a project called eBVyou–that became a national model and drew visiting teams from hundreds of colleges, universities and K-12 school districts.

Ken earned his MBA in Management Information Systems from Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN and a BA in History from Crown College.

Latest Posts By Ken Clipperton

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Initial Observations from Cyber Secure Storage Research

The relentless rise of cyberattacks has placed data security at the forefront of every organization’s priorities. In response, high-end storage providers are incorporating advanced cyber secure storage features that not only safeguard data but also use AI and machine learning for ransomware anomaly detection, facilitate response by automatically creating a snapshot whenever an anomaly is detected to aid in limiting the scope of the attack, and streamline recovery processes.

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Top 2 CEO Concerns and Enterprise Storage

A recent survey of Fortune 500 CEOs identified the prospect of a recession and cybersecurity threats as their top 2 concerns. Enterprise storage can and should play a role in addressing both of those concerns.

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