Name: David Thorman aka dthorman aka DanTitle: DevOps LeadGithub: david-thormanHobbies: dog Russell (IG: russell.spr0ut), amateur radio, coffee, bass, learning MandarinFavorite ice cream flavor: strawberry David Thorman is Kloudless' first employee and current DevOps Lead. He reads a lot of code and makes sure the servers don't go down. Prior to Kloudless, he was the Lead … Continue reading Mo’ People Mo’ Problems: Scaling the Engineering Team and Supporting Customers with David Thorman, Our First DevOps Engineer
In just a little over 2 weeks, Kloudless is going to be attending San Francisco's largest developer conference from February 20th to 24th -- DeveloperWeek SF! Come visit booth 221 to chat with us and grab some stickers, webcam covers, pens, and handouts. We also giving Kloudless t-shirts to the first 10 people that come … Continue reading DevWeek SF
Image Source “We are in the business of empowerment. Our software and services empower our customers to focus on doing what they do best. We also seek to empower each other to achieve more.” When I joined Kloudless as the People Operations Lead, I was motivated by my ambition to learn and grow as a … Continue reading The Culture of Empowerment
This January, the Taipei office had a joyful event at our 2nd Annual Kloudless Weiya Party hosted at Foodie. Traditionally, the purpose of this event is for employers to treat their employees to a banquet to thank them for their hard work throughout the year, kind of like a Holiday Party in the US. Weiya … Continue reading Taipei Weiya Party
There are two broad categories of cloud storage for unstructured data: File Storage: A personal cloud that users use to synchronize and collaborate on files. Examples include Dropbox and Google Drive.Object Storage: A component of an application's stack that stores unstructured binary data as files or "blobs". Examples include Amazon S3 and Google Cloud Storage. … Continue reading Integrating with File Storage vs. Object Storage
In the saturated landscape of sales productivity tools, companies that seamlessly integrate with sales team’s myriad systems stand a chance of rising above the rest. One such company–we’ll call them SellWell Ltd.– successfully leveraged Kloudless to add connectivity to their list of differentiators.
The key to digital transformation is access to data. Applications strive to break down silos by surfacing data within their user interface to access and modify. Sources of data could either be structured, such as within CRM systems, or unstructured, such as files in on-premises or cloud storage. In this post, we'll review how apps … Continue reading Keep users’ data at their fingertips with Cross-Cloud Search
Photo by Form on Unsplash We’ve seen an uptick in companies using Kloudless in the employee success space and thought we’d share one of their achievements. The company–we’ll call it WorkWell Inc.–chose Kloudless for its specific calendaring needs. Here’s some context: The Company WorkWell Inc. helps companies make their workers feel appreciated. They do this mainly through employee … Continue reading Empowering Employee Success with Calendar Integrations
We’re excited to announce that the Kloudless Calendar API now supports Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 and above! In this blog post we will show you how to connect to Exchange and make API requests to your users' accounts.
Since we released our new Meeting Scheduler UI Tool (blog post), many developers have wondered what's going on under the hood. We'll be walking through the best way to implement your own Meeting Scheduler using the Kloudless Calendar API. Authenticate your users' calendar accounts As a developer, you want to provide the optimal user experience, … Continue reading Create your own calendar tool