Pi Day and Yahoo's Circle of Life

Why we should celebrate circles!

As you all know, Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Although Pi Day isn’t a real holiday and we don’t celebrate circles, they are found everywhere in life. Without circles we would have square pizzas and pies. We also wouldn’t have tires, camera lens, or rings. And perhaps the most important circle is the circle of life (I know, cheesy…but bear with us here).

The business circle of life usually leads to a merger, acquisition, or a company dying out. In Yahoo’s case, they are “merging” with Verizon. In their 8k filed yesterday, Yahoo announced that after the Verizon deal closes, they will rename themselves Altaba and Thomas McInerney (the former CFO of IAC) will become the new CEO. Yahoo says the deal will close sometime in the second quarter, at which point the circle of life will complete for Yahoo, giving yet another reason to stop using Yahoo’s insecure and obsolete services.

Yahoo says the deal will close sometime in the second quarter, at which point the circle of life will complete for Yahoo, giving yet another reason to stop using Yahoo’s insecure and obsolete services.

If you or anyone you know still runs their business on a Yahoo email system or website, now is the time to get off it. The same is true for all the other first generation internet providers like Godaddy, Rackspace, Earthlink, or email servers you run in your office. Hybridge has migrated thousands of mailboxes for clients across Silicon Valley to Cloud Exchange as well as Google G Suite.

If you are ready to migrate to a reliable, high-performing, secure email platform please contact us via email at info at hybridge.com or phone, 888-353-1763. And Happy Pi Day!


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