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Internet software executive and popular cloud blogger at Chaotic Flow, B2B Marketing Strategy, and Cloud Ave, Joel is well known for his work in SaaS business models, sales and marketing strategy, and financial metrics. Professionally, he has managed global sales and marketing organizations serving over 50 countries, including local offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, and India. He holds degrees in physics from Caltech and Cornell and received his MBA from the University of Chicago.
Joel York is currently VP Marketing at Meltwater Group and Principal at the Internet startup consulting firm affinitos.

One response to “NASDAQ OMX Serves Big Historical Stock Data from the Cloud”

  1. Adron

    I find it amazing how many financial institutions still have fear of making this style of move toward cloud technology. Most of the traditional technologies (single dedicated in house data centers, single database servers, vertical scaled (poorly) relational databases, and more) are highly NOT available and have very few of the advantages of cloud technologies. These are advances that financial providers NEED to make use of. I sure hope to see more advances like this over the next few years. I’d like to see the financial sectors really step up and take some lead in this regard.