The BBC Covers Appirio and CloudFit

January 6, 2015 Appirio

Former triathlete Jeff Temple started wearing a fitness tracking device two years ago when his company gave it to him as an annual gift.

He could have chosen a branded jacket or a backpack. But, like 150 other employees at cloud computing company Appirio, he opted for the Jawbone tracker with membership of the associated in-house CloudFit programme in a bid to regain his fitness.

“I was very active and even completed an Ironman triathlon. Then I kind of burned out,” said the 33-year-old field marketing manager. “I took a couple of years off and got very sedentary, but the CloudFit programme re-energised me and got me back on the road.”


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