BFR Company News

  • New Hospital IT Jobs Board Launched LLC and BigFish Recruiting LLC have partnered to launch a niche job board serving employers and candidates interested in the healthcare information technology sector. Soft launched in 2Q 2017, is another site added to the existing family of The LocalJobs Network of websites.  Healthcare IT candidates can quickly upload a partial LinkedIn style profiles […]

  • 2016 – A Year in Review

    Already a few months into the new year and I’ve not had a chance to update what the year turned out like for BigFish Recruiting in 2016…or other happenings in our work world. We began the new year by helping one of  our hospital clients land a new Director of Information Technology – Construction role. […]

  • BigFish Recruiting Attends SCHIMSS Dinner Event

    Wow – back to back weeks of some really awesome networking with industry peers last night at the SCHIMSS Chapter Winter Dinner Event.  Held at the beautiful SC State Museum in Columbia SC I was overwhelmed by the warmth and outreach of many of the attendees at the event. On tap for the night was a […]

  • BigFish Recruiting Sponsors NCHIMSS Chapter Winter Dinner

    I had an opportunity this week to both attend AND exhibit at the Winston-Salem Marriott hotel for the Winter Dinner of the NCHIMSS chapter dinner and presentations.  What a great way of meeting some of the sharpest minds in healthcare security. Presenting was David Finn, CISA, CISM, CRISC and the Health Information Technology Officer for Symantec.  David had […]

  • Asheville Ranks Among Top 10 for U.S. Small City Growth

    Some cities have the best of everything: the jobs, the schools, the museums, the nightlife, you name it. They know the recipe for attractiveness. But other cities like Detroit are still mired in recession. Chances of their economies turning upward are slim. And their most productive citizens — an economy’s best chance of recovery — […]

  • Asheville North Carolina – #2 Best Startup City

    This week Popular Mechanics announced the 14 Best Startup Cities in America. Asheville ranked #2, scoring high for its thriving brewery startups, the Accelerating Appalachia accelerator, Venture Asheville and the Asheville Angels. The iconic magazine on popular technology is read by over 1.2 million people across the U.S. The article comments, “As you make your […]

  • 451 Research Report on RISC Networks

    Earlier this week, Mr. Owen Rogers of 451 Research released a report on our company, titled RISC Networks aims to help its partners act as trusted cloud advisors, this is the second report Mr. Rogers has written about RISC Networks. It is great to see the analyst community see the values that our products can contribute to the partner community.

    This report indicates that ninety-nine percent of our revenue comes from our partners, which is primarily because our assessment and analytics platform is designed for system integrators, managed service providers, cloud providers and technology providers like Cisco Systems, HP, VMware and others like them. We launched our Cloudscape product to market earlier this year, but are finding that although the benefits span from the systems integrator through to the IT organization at their client, it is best situated for SI’s, Cloud Providers and Data Center providers.

    Mr. Rogers stated in his report “by embedding cloud-assessment tools within enterprises, CIOs can assess their options on an ongoing basis, taking into account different workloads, applications, cloud providers and cost benefits”. We believe our partners and future partners can add a tremendous value to their clients by giving these medium to large enterprises a clear picture of their current environment and to help them identify ideal candidates for cloud and/or data center moves.

    The RISC Networks technology offers much more than the traditional network or cloud assessment, many of our current clients and partners have said things such as “the RISC Networks cloud assessment delivered us more information than we have ever before and will help us execute our cloud strategy”. Our platforms ability to compare and model cloud provider pricing using the clients existing infrastructure usage and performance, build models for data center implementations, map applications dependencies using netstat and network flow data, build a network impact analysis for cloud moves, construct cloud migration move groups and plans, and much more is entirely unique in the industry.

    We tend to agree with Mr. Rogers comment “With partners, customers, revenue and profits, RISC seems to be onto something good”. Moving into 2015, our partners and clients will see some amazing changes that will strengthen our relationships with our existing partners and open up a lot of opportunity with new partners.We continue to develop our assessment and analytics technology in network infrastructure, data center, and cloud computing areas, because those are the areas that we see our partners needed the most assistance with. /p>

    If you are a systems integrator, cloud provider, data center operator, managed service provider or technology provider (Dell, HP, Lenovo, VMware, Cisco, etc.), I would encourage you to check out Mr. Rogers report and go to our CloudScape page.

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  • Greetings from AWSome Day by Amazon Web Services

    Just finished watching a day long series of presentations at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta Buckhead put forth by Amazon Web Services.  WOW!  Tale about a dizzying array of new product announcements…..too long to list here, but suffice it to say – it sure looks to me like Amazon AWS is and will be the 800 […]

  • InterOp Las Vegas 2014 – What a Blast!

    We are just back from an amazingly energizing trip to Las Vegas Nevada where we had three full days to walk the floor of one of the largest cloud subject matter conferences held each year. What struck me about this show was the ENERGY put out by everyone participating in the event.  From the exhibitors, to […]