/// Hank Williams, CEO of Kloudco
Hank Williams is a technologist and entrepreneur currently serving as CEO of Kloudco, an early stage company developing a new data management platform. Hank has been a regular writer for BusinessInsider, and Hank writes at his own blog, why doeseverythingsuck.com about data storage, the semantic web, system scaling, and intellectual property in the internet era. Before Kloudco, Hank operated Elroy Networks, a development and consulting company focused on Internet media related technologies.
From 1998 to 2001, Hank was Founder, Chairman, and CEO of ClickRadio, one of the Internet’s first interactive radio services. Along with raising $40 million dollars in capital, as lead architect, he conceived many of the concepts and technologies that underpin the current interactive music space. In 1995, Hank co-founded Cybersonic, a technology consulting firm that provided Internet development and broadcasting services to most of the major music labels, and pioneered the concept of large scale live cybercasts.
From 1988 to 1994, Hank served as President and CEO of Pastel Development Corporation, where he developed DayMaker, a best selling and award winning personal information management program.