About John Joseph

President and co-founder of DataGravity, John Joseph leads company’s sales, marketing, operations and customer initiatives. John previously served as vice president of marketing and product management at EqualLogic, leading these functions from the company's initial launch through the successful acquisition by Dell in 2008. He subsequently served as vice president of enterprise solutions, marketing at Dell for three years after the acquisition.

3 Common cybersecurity weaknesses ailing hospitals

April 12th, 2016|Data security|

Healthcare companies and institutions are prime targets for identity theft schemes. Just think of the information your doctor’s office keeps on record, or the personal details about you that a hospital collects at “intake.” The U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the [...]

Why IT is overdue for monumental change

April 5th, 2016|Data management|

Recently, a few tech industry trends have reached their tipping points. After steadily gaining momentum over time, each one is now directly changing the way consumers and vendors consume and interact with IT. While a number of trends likely qualify for the “tipping point” category, [...]

How to measure the cost of a ransomware attack

March 8th, 2016|Data security|

On Feb. 12, news broke that Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles suffered a ransomware attack. Four days after the media reported the story, the hospital paid the hackers nearly $17,000 to restore its affected computer network. The hospital isn’t alone in its decision [...]

Andrew Hay to moderate a panel at the RSA Conference

February 18th, 2016|Events|

Do you know many Internet of Things devices are currently connected to your company’s network? More importantly, do you know if any of those devices contain vulnerabilities that could leave your sensitive data exposed to hackers and thieves? Recent findings show that 50% of organizations [...]

5 analyst tips for becoming data-aware

February 9th, 2016|Analyst insights|

Being an IT expert doesn’t mean always knowing the answer. Sometimes, it’s important to get a fresh perspective from an unbiased industry voice. In these situations, turning to your industry’s leading analysts can help offer new insights about your company’s (and its customers’) needs and [...]

4 things you should know about data privacy in 2016

December 15th, 2015|Data security|

Every year, as winter approaches, the technology community sounds off about its predictions, hopes and anticipations for the next 12 months. It’s always interesting to see how different businesses and thought leaders may align or contradict one another about trends and themes that will dominate [...]

What I wish my infrastructure team understood about security

November 3rd, 2015|Data security|

I hear some variation of the above quote in almost every meeting I have with IT leaders, executives and information security officers lately. Storage administrators and others who have traditionally been responsible for data management are now on the frontlines in a persistent data security [...]