Speculations About Eric Pulier and New Venture Stemulis
Eric Pulier service orientation is clearly visible in all he does, from his entrepreneurship to his philanthropy and we may not have yet seen his greatest accomplishment. Those who know of the many technology innovations he has help to sponsor and develop must truly be interested in what his newly created entity Stemulis has to offer. A good guess would be that he is now ready to help advance cloud security, a hot topic in the IT world. After helping to provide the means for companies to be agile in delivering their services with such offerings as IT as a Service and other cloud computer advances and innovations, how to keep data safe in the clouds is what many technology companies are interested in learning.
Eric Pulier has a track record of success and has developed and co-founded so much enterprise technology solutions in other ventures and led advances through organizations including US interactive, Computer Sciences Corporation and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, it is only natural to look to him for cloud security issues as well. Finding solutions to cloud and data security problems that require a specific knowledge and expertise should be in the hands of someone who created and sold cloud technology solutions to industry giants. Stemulis may be the company that provides the trusted cloud security solution to solve the industry’s problems.
Of course, this is mere speculation, an assumption inspired by the many accomplishments that Eric has achieved thus far, such as being part of the founding of over 15 companies and non profits. He has the potential to do for cloud security what he has done for cloud computing. Even in his philanthropy he has made great accomplishments, including the conception and development of the Starbright Diabetes Experience, a game for kids with diabetes to better understand the disease, how it affects the body and how to overcome the obstacle it presents to their health. Knowing the history of his accomplishments in the past makes one keep an active interest on what he may offer in the future.