About me

Enrico SignorettiMy name is Enrico Signoretti. I’m a passionate IT professional with more than 25 years of experience ranging from development in assembly language to management roles and advising for large companies and startups in Europe and abroad.

I’m an enthusiast and always eager to learn more about new innovative technology, analyze its applications and understand how to take full advantage of it. This is why I’m constantly keeping an eye on how the market evolves and continuously looking for new ideas and innovative solutions. I have been doing it for several years now, and I love to engage in interesting conversations, share my findings, opinions and gather new perspectives from other people in the IT community.

I love to travel, meet people and build strong long term professional relationships, always caring to find an enriching outcome for all the parties involved.

I’m also a fond sailor, kitesurfer and an unsuccessful angler. I built my own boat which I now use primarily for family cruises.

About my job

I Work for OpenIO developing stories that traverse the product portfolio and company culture providing context for technology such as scale out data storage and serverless computing. My focus is on expanding opportunity, building credibility, and educating.

In this role I help the top management of the company (Operations, Marketing, Sales) with the definition of the product strategy and to develop the roadmap of the products and their market fit.
I actively contribute with content to evangelize the products sold by the Company in several different mediums (Social Media, Blogging, Press, Webinars, Sales material, Etc.), and by representing the Company and its product line in several industry events, conferences, associations, etc. and in different areas such as Europe, the USA, Japan, etc.

I actively participate in the company’s sales effort with key accounts as well as by exploring opportunities for developing new partnerships and innovative channel activities.

About Juku

Juku(s) are private Japanese schools and are intended to help students improve performance in their regular school work and to optimise exam preparation. Though this type of school is primarily designed for academic subjects, it is not rare to find Jukus for sports and martial arts. The goal of Juku.it is not to replace the traditional means of accessing information, but to inform and discuss the technological aspects that I am more familiar with: IT infrastructure and storage.
Unlike the past, today those who live in the IT environment have to be on the constant lookout: things are changing rapidly and there is a need to be informed, learn quickly and to support important decisions… but how?  This site contains my ideas and opinions which are the result of my daily interaction with vendors, analysts, bloggers, journalists and consultants.  My work doesn’t stop there; the comparison and the search is global, but the sharing and application of my ideas must be local and that is where my daily experience, with organizations which have their roots in the country, becomes essential in providing a truthful/honest and helpful vision. I strongly believe in the “Think Global, Act Local!” motto.


Any request about contents of this blog or other relevant topics can be mailed to enrico@juku.it