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.

How legal tech pros manage security risks, unstructured data growth

September 15th, 2015|Events|

As an organization grows, the amount of data for which it’s responsible expands at a rapid pace. It’s no secret that managing this information can hinder productivity and stunt internal collaboration. However, companies are also increasingly subjected to data security, governance and compliance risks as [...]

CRN names DataGravity a 2015 Emerging Vendor

July 22nd, 2015|Awards & accomplishments|

DataGravity wouldn’t exist without our channel. When we first started mapping out concepts for the DataGravity Discovery Series, and the enhanced user experience, data security, discovery and productivity that it could deliver to our customers, we knew we’d move forward with a 100 percent channel [...]

Inverting the Data Security Conversation

April 30th, 2015|Events|

The topic of data security is pervasive in nearly all technology conversations of late. Seemingly every other news article you read nowadays is about a data breach. Anthem Healthcare, Home Depot, Sony: the list goes on. The new reality is not “if” an organization will [...]

How Security Threats Drive Technology Evolution

March 27th, 2015|Data security|

Some weeks, it feels like security news is dominating the media landscape. Between accounts of private data stolen from messaging services and wider implications of personally identifiable information (PII) theft, data privacy issues are gaining traction and reaching bigger audiences than ever before. I met [...]

Not All Data Storage Is Created Equal

February 26th, 2015|Data storage|

In the past few months, I’ve had the great opportunity to meet with IT pros from various backgrounds and career histories to talk about what they love, hate or need to improve about their storage environments. A few things have become apparent during these conversations. [...]