Why security policies are today managed as 30 years ago?

  • February 2014
  • Posted By Sergio Pozo Hidalgo
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Today I will start a series of posts where I am going to explain the questions we have asked ourselves (and to our customers) to understand why security policies are today managed as has been done in the last thirty years, while other IT disciplines have developed and adopted more automated, agile and less error prone visions. Initially,

Pre-revenue valuation methods (Part II)

  • January 2013
  • Posted By Sergio Pozo Hidalgo
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This is the second part of a two part series of pre-revenue valuation methods. In the previous post, I showed the quantitative valuation methods I studied. In this post I will show qualitative valuation methods and semi-qualitative ones. With these methods the investor tries to obtain information mainly about the team behind the project and

Pre-revenue valuation methods (Part I)

  • November 2012
  • Posted By Sergio Pozo Hidalgo
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Several weeks ago we received an unexpected offer from a VC fund for a seed round. Although we were not actively seeking for investors (we have been bootstrapping for more than one year), we were going to raise a small seed VC or Angel round in the near months to complement with loans. So I

To stealth or not to stealth

  • November 2012
  • Posted By Sergio Pozo Hidalgo
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In every start-up, as a CEO, you are continuously deciding about different things. Today I must face a decision regarding whether we should continue in stealth mode or exit it now. Eh, yes, we have a blog, we have a social media strategy, we have LinkedIN profiles, we have appeared several times in the press,
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