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Jim Gustke

Jim Gustke is a marketing and Internet veteran with a wealth of experience at the intersection of consumer and technology marketing. As Vice President of Marketing for Intuit, he helped lead the reinvention of Quicken and launch the first SaaS version of the popular personal finance software. Prior to Intuit, Mr. Gustke was responsible for business unit management, global branding and product marketing at Lexar Media, helping grow the flash memory company to over $850 million before its acquisition by Micron Technology. He also served as the founding Vice President of Marketing for Ofoto, an online photography service, acquired by Eastman Kodak in 2001. A pioneer in Internet marketing, he joined America Online in 1996 as the marketing leader for GNN, the company’s first Internet Service Provider, and in 1995 as a marketing manager at Polaroid Corporation he led the team that launched the company’s first corporate web site.

Articles by: Jim Gustke

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Written by Jim Gustke

With every member of your household having a cell phone in their pocket, it’s reasonable to consider cutting the cord on your landline. After all, isn’t having a landline and cell phones a duplication of services? As 50.8 percent of American households have cut the cord to become wireless-only, they are missing out on the […]

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Written by Jim Gustke

Technology has made great strides in communication, but in this fast-paced world, digital interconnectedness sometimes comes at a cost. On one hand, we all know how difficult it is to keep our personal and professional lives separate, and we’re often expected to answer work phone calls even on the weekends. On the other hand, technology […]

Smart Home Security
Written by Jim Gustke

People want smart home security systems that allow them to deter unwanted visitors and keep an eye on loved ones, but without having to incorporate complicated new technology in lives or be made to feel that companies are encroaching on their personal space and data. That’s the main message from Ooma’s recent survey of 2,000 […]