Spark Media Solutions, LLC

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B2B content marketing agency for the tech industry. Content marketers that have perfected the model of building influencer relations through content. When dedicated to building an editorial voice, our clients have become the leading corporate media brand for their industry. We've worked with companies such as HP, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Juniper Networks, Symantec, Indycar, LinkedIn, Citrix, IDG, Dice, and many more. Our most popular service is live event reporting and production.

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David Spark, Content Marketer and Producer, Managing Editor at Spark Media Solutions is a veteran tech journalist and founder of Spark Media Solutions. He’s been the creative director, producer, voice, and face of many content marketing campaigns for a number of Fortune 1000 B2B te...

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30 SECURITY VENDOR BEHAVIORS THAT SET OFF A CISO’S BS DETECTOR

Spark Media Solutions, LLC | February 19, 2019

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I had never seen such disdain and aggravation from a CISO. Richard Rushing (@SecRich), CISO of Motorola Mobility, sent me an email with a litany of vendor pitches. Each one punctuated with vitriolic commentary and frustration. It appears a lot of companies will fully protect his network and automatically detect threats. Rushing’s diatribe was so vicious that any security vendor would be horrified to know their marketing emails were eliciting this reaction. Now I’m telling you. &lsquo...

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HOW TO UNCOVER SECURITY CONCERNS WHEN CUSTOMERS WON’T TELL YOU

Spark Media Solutions, LLC | February 06, 2018

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“What are your security concerns?” It’s the one question all security vendors want to know from potential customers. It’s also the one question potential customers don’t want to divulge for obvious security, privacy, and “I don’t have the time” reasons. All is not lost! There is still a way, in fact multiple ways, security vendors can sleuth out a company’s security needs. I asked a few security professionals how they go about figuring out th...

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HOW TO GET A PROSPECT TO TEST YOUR SECURITY PRODUCT

Spark Media Solutions, LLC | February 21, 2018

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I’ve never met a harder sale than cybersecurity to the IT team,” admitted a security vendor. The challenges are unique at each firm and they are reluctant to even take a call let alone share real concerns. ”In the security products market, cybersecurity vendors simply want to be considered, and that often requires compelling a prospect to test the darn product. But getting a response from a prospect, let alone a product test, is often a Herculean task. One vendor I spoke to sai...

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HOW DUTCH RAILWAYS USES BIG DATA TO KEEP SCHEDULES ON TRACK

techhq.com | January 13, 2020

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Transporting one million commuters each day, 92 percent of Dutch Railways Nederlandse Spoorwegen’s (NS) trains arrive on time, making it the third-most punctual rail service in the world, behind Switzerland and Japan. While certain delays are unavoidable results of severe weather or obstructions on the line, for exampleNS owes its industry-leading scheduling to big data analytics, thanks to thousands of sensors on its locomotives. As reported in TNW, NS has been leveraging the power of pre...

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30 SECURITY VENDOR BEHAVIORS THAT SET OFF A CISO’S BS DETECTOR

Spark Media Solutions, LLC | February 19, 2019

I had never seen such disdain and aggravation from a CISO. Richard Rushing (@SecRich), CISO of Motorola Mobility, sent me an email with a litany of vendor pitches. Each one punctuated with vitriolic commentary and frustration. It appears a lot of companies will fully protect his network and automatically detect threats. Rushing’s diatribe was so vicious that any security vendor would be horrified to know their marketing emails were eliciting this reaction. Now I’m telling you. &lsquo...

Read More
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HOW TO UNCOVER SECURITY CONCERNS WHEN CUSTOMERS WON’T TELL YOU

Spark Media Solutions, LLC | February 06, 2018

“What are your security concerns?” It’s the one question all security vendors want to know from potential customers. It’s also the one question potential customers don’t want to divulge for obvious security, privacy, and “I don’t have the time” reasons. All is not lost! There is still a way, in fact multiple ways, security vendors can sleuth out a company’s security needs. I asked a few security professionals how they go about figuring out th...

Read More
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HOW TO GET A PROSPECT TO TEST YOUR SECURITY PRODUCT

Spark Media Solutions, LLC | February 21, 2018

I’ve never met a harder sale than cybersecurity to the IT team,” admitted a security vendor. The challenges are unique at each firm and they are reluctant to even take a call let alone share real concerns. ”In the security products market, cybersecurity vendors simply want to be considered, and that often requires compelling a prospect to test the darn product. But getting a response from a prospect, let alone a product test, is often a Herculean task. One vendor I spoke to sai...

Read More
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HOW DUTCH RAILWAYS USES BIG DATA TO KEEP SCHEDULES ON TRACK

techhq.com | January 13, 2020

Transporting one million commuters each day, 92 percent of Dutch Railways Nederlandse Spoorwegen’s (NS) trains arrive on time, making it the third-most punctual rail service in the world, behind Switzerland and Japan. While certain delays are unavoidable results of severe weather or obstructions on the line, for exampleNS owes its industry-leading scheduling to big data analytics, thanks to thousands of sensors on its locomotives. As reported in TNW, NS has been leveraging the power of pre...

Read More