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I’ve just returned from Parallels Summit 2010. I attended the summit with two colleagues, our Business Development manager and our Director of Business Operations in Americas. It was a very good event for us, with lots of discussions and findings. I will share some of the most important things below.
Happy New Year! I hope that you will have an exceptional 2010, much better than 2009.
At 4PSA everything started very fast this year. We will have a very busy Q1, with lots of challenges, which means that is going to be exciting. 🙂
The first event in Q1 we are going to join is ITExpo East in Miami that will take place between 20 and 22 January. You are invited to visit our booth #618 anytime. As probably is going to be quite crowded, you can schedule a meeting by sending an email to email@example.com.
See you there!
On behalf of the 4PSA team I would like to wish you Merry Winter Holidays and a Happy New Year. Thank you for the wonderful collaboration in 2009 and looking forward for an even better one in 2010.
As you probably seen, there were some quiet developments at 4PSA lately that started with a new website
We are rebuilding our online presence (yes, it was necessary) and I am asking you a personal favor. If you have anything to say about us as a company, but especially about our products, we would like to include your testimonial in an area designed for this purpose.
Please comment on this post with the testimonial, followed by your full name, company and job title. We will use these in the new testimonials area, but we are not going to approve these as comments on the post.
Thank you very much for your time!
Many people ask me about the roadmap of various products, although usually it happens in informal discussions. And this is not the only question, I got many of them about how we design things, what I believe to be hot next year and so on. Although these are the questions one could ask over a few drinks, the answers are quite complicated (and they require more drinks than I can take). 🙂
The idea is very simple, we want to provide you with faster updates. For example, when we release a product update, we announce it, but also add a small article on Twitter. This way if you follow us on Twitter you will know first
I don’t think so. Only that the last Google employees I discussed with in the past four months had the same answer to a pretty common question “Do you enjoy working for Google?”. Maybe Google has a policy – “Don’t tell anyone about your work!”, but such a policy does not explain the answer “Yes, it’s very nice, there are a lot of benefits”. When I asked about benefits, not even one mention thing was related to the work. I expected at least one answer like: “I like what I do” or “I like working with smart people” or “I want to get involved in something that will charge the world”. Nope, only medical insurance, on-site meals, kindergarten, bonuses … If these guys were teached to say nothing about their work, I don’t think it’s a smart corporate move. If they don’t fell like it worth to mention the work they do there, than a bigger issue. In any case, it’s Google’s problem. What do you think?