The Risky Business of Cloud
What is Your Cloud Intangible Risks?
A cloud intangible risk is a situation that could materially affect
your Cloud operations if it occurs
The size of your Cloud intangible risk is determined by the likelihood of its occurrence
and the size of the impact if it occurs
There is a direct correlation between Cloud intangible risk and your enterprise value
How Big is the Intangible Risk?
Industry analysts estimate that enterprise Cloud adoption worldwide is rising at 30% CAGR
The Cloud marketplace has been a boon for Cloud operators, customers, partners, application developers and end users alike
84% of enterprise value is due to its intangible assets
Growing Cloud marketplace = Growing financial risk exposure
Four Ways to Manage Your Cloud Risks
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About ToutVirtual, Inc
- We are a financial technology company offering Risk Management-as-a-Service (RMaaS) to address the needs of the Cloud, Legal and the Insurance marketplaces
- We are Cloud innovators taking a leadership role to help the Cloud industry manage growing risks
- We are the first mover in the Cloud market with technology inventions
- ~ Our seminal Cloud patent portfolio has an early filing date of 2005 ~
- ~ 320+ forward patent citations including all major Cloud industry leaders ~
- Founded in 2005 by serial entrepreneurs with a track record of multiple successful M&A exits to large-cap NASDAQ-traded companies
Jess Marinez is a founder of ToutVirtual and brings more than 25 years of
technology startup experience to the company with the last 10 years in key
management and leadership roles. Just prior to ToutVirtual, Marinez was
president of eCritical, Inc., an end user experience management company,
which he helped found in 2001. Spearheading the company's eventual sale to
Quest Software (now part of DELL) in 2003, Marinez stayed with Quest Software during the two-year
transition period until 2005. From 1998 to 2000, Marinez was vice president of
business development at CACI Products Company, a manufacturer of design and
simulation software for network engineering. At CACI Products Company, Marinez
was instrumental in facilitating the company's sale to Compuware, Inc. In
addition, Marinez has held executive positions with Calista (which was sold to
Cisco) and numerous other technology companies.
Marinez has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern California.
Chief Technology Officer
Vipul Pabari is a founder of ToutVirtual and brings more than 17 years of management, product and partner strategy expertise in bringing innovative big data analytics solutions to market. Prior to ToutVirtual, Pabari was founder and CTO of eCritical, Inc., an end user experience management company, where he led the development of its patent portfolio and web application analytics appliance which was licensed by Sniffer Technologies (McAfee) for worldwide distribution. Quest Software (DELL) acquired eCritical in 2003 with Pabari assuming the role of CTO for end user experience. From 1996 to 2000, Pabari was at CACI Products Company partnering with industry leaders to develop network analytics software for topology and traffic patterns resulting into multiple OEM licensing deals. Pabari was a key member of diversification team which led to an acquisition by its partner Compuware.
Pabari holds a Bachelor of Information Systems Engineering from Imperial College, University of London, UK; a Masters of Engineering from Widener University, Pennsylvania; and has been awarded 5 patents with additional patents-pending.
Ken Cannizzaro was most recently at HP where he was Managing Director, Intellectual Property Licensing, responsible for intellectual property strategy, technology transfer/divestitures, patent licensing and patent sales across multiple HP business groups and HP Labs. Prior to HP Cannizzaro was Vice President, Licensing at IPVALUE Management, Inc., where he managed intellectual property licensing programs for multiple fortune 500 companies including British Telecommunications, Xerox and PARC. Cannizzaro also served as CEO of e*star and President of the US operations of Tadpole Technology and was a founding member of Massachusetts Computer Corp. Cannizzaro's career includes sales and management positions at Xerox and Digital Equipment Corporation, an early member of several technology start-ups, co-founder of Danzante, a destination resort in Loreto, Mexico and Somontes Golf Range in Madrid, Spain.
Cannizzaro started his career in engineering, after graduating with a degree in Computer Science from New York Institute of Technology and an MBA from Long Island University, cum laude. Cannizzaro is a member of the Licensing Executives Society (LES), Board Member of Los Gatos Music & Arts and Los Gatos Jazz on the Plazz. Member - Intellectual Property Best Practices (IPBP), a corporate think tank. Advisory Board member serving intellectual property and cloud services industries.