Cory Janssen

Cory Janssen is a co-founder of Janalta Interactive Inc., the parent company of Techopedia.

In a prior business life, he co-founded, a site that provided educational content and tools to help the individual investor. At Investopedia, he oversaw both the editorial staff (including 200+ external contributors) and the development team. Investopedia was sold to Forbes Media in 2007. At that time, Investopedia was attracting in excess of 5 million visitors per month.

Janssen cut his teeth in the tech world back in the early days of the Web. At 17 years old, he was the youngest Certified Internet Professional in Canada (an certification from Novell) and a Microsoft MCSE. He currently oversees the content side of the site.


Articles by Cory Janssen

Data centers are a vital part of today's economy, but there is much to be considered when implementing them. Some features may need to be...

The Demand-Driven Data Center - What System Administrators Can Learn From Wall Street

Windows 8 is a more than a desktop; it's a strategic shift for a business.

The One Thing CIOs Should Understand About Windows 8

Big data is, well, pretty big right now. Who knows the latest? Here is the ultimate guide to big data experts to follow.

Big Data: Experts to Follow on Twitter

Carol Balkcom, director of product management at CompTIA, tells us about CompTIA's security certifications and how they can help IT pros...

Security Certifications from CompTIA

The 802.11 family of standards for Wi-Fi is confusing until you understand some of the history behind it. Learn how industry marketing...

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