By Tim Lord | March 21, 2019
The Austin American-Statesman says that whether Austin is fit to be called a cybersecurity hub depends on who you ask. We think that Austin’s clearly arrived on that front already—partly because of the kind of companies and organizations the paper highlights, including Jask, SailPoint, and the U.S. Army’s Futures Command HQ, and partly because of the security ventures, subsidiaries, and infrastructure elements the article glosses over. Read more >
By Tim Lord | March 12, 2019
At DeLaune, we specialize in creating benefit-driven digital marketing assets, and we pride ourselves on it. We’d be happy to help you craft a new infographic, a buyer’s guide, or a series of in-depth white papers.
But every organization has a different set of needs. So it makes sense to ask: Are you keeping the right parts of your message creation in-house? Are you taking advantage of outside teams when it makes the most sense? Read more >
By Renee DeLaune | March 6, 2019
Partnership can mean very different things in today’s business world, from a one-time collaboration to design a crucial component, to long-term, cheek-by-jowl collaboration across projects and products.
Becoming best of breed doesn’t mean being the biggest
There’s one kind of partnership, though, that’s made a big difference in the way certain products are marketed and deployed—especially high-value, high-involvement products like business technology. That’s the relationship of a vendor, such as a hardware and software company, Read more >
By Tim Lord | March 1, 2019
“A relationship, I think, is like a shark. You know? It has to constantly move forward or it dies. And I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark.”
A blog is a lot like a relationship—and it is one, in fact, even if it might seem awfully one-sided at times. What’s more, it’s a relationship that comes with a commitment problem, Read more >