IE Radio 11/21/2013 166 comments
Writer, consultant, and popular circuit speaker Frank Wander joins us to discuss unlocking innovation in the enterprise and other topics from his new book Transforming IT Culture.
IE Radio 11/13/2013 109 comments
Cordell Schachter, CTO of New York City's Transporation Department, is responsible for technical innovation related to the department's services and workforce and for digital interaction with the system's huge user group. He'll be talking about everything from managing mobile connectivity for workers to developing a range of informative apps for travelers.
IE Radio 11/7/2013 166 comments
Syuzi Pakhchyan's work as an blogger and designer is located at the intersection of technology, clothing, and culture. She is the author of Fashioning Technology: A DIY Intro to Smart Crafting and editor of the Fashioning Tech blog. Syuzi will be discussing the possibility of seamless connections between wearable technology and fashion.
IE Radio 7/25/2013 167 comments
Charles Stross returns to the theme of machine intelligence with his latest novel Neptune's Brood, a space opera featuring intelligent robots, financial chicanery -- and space pirates!
Smarter IT Clan Radio 6/27/2013 124 comments
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium has seen amazing results from social marketing -- a 700 percent increase in online sales year-over-year, 2011 through 2012. This year, the facility foresees an additional 25 percent boost by adding big-data analytics and mobile into the mix. Join us as we talk with Donna Powell, business and administrative service manager for the organization, about how they achieved their results and where they're going.
IE Radio 6/21/2013 59 comments
Peter Shankman is a CEO, investor, author, entrepreneur, and self-described "adventurist." He'll be talking about some of his adventures in the world of networking and social collaboration, and explaining why--in the words of his latest book--nice companies finish first.
Smarter Cloud Clan Radio 6/13/2013 108 comments
Brent Brooks, VP networked fitness at Precor, will describe how the manufacturer of fitness equipment, including the elliptical training machines, transformed itself into a technology company to network those machines together. The networked machines provide users with customized exercise routines and entertainment. Find out from Brooks how Precor addressed the need to build a cloud software team and learn to deploy and manage software for its customers, which include health clubs and hotels.
IE Radio 6/7/2013 126 comments
Join us for a conversation with Rushkoff about his new book, Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now, which explores the always-on, simultaneous society in which we live, as well as how this new landscape influences media, culture, economics, politics, and meaning. Rushkoff is a provocative author, teacher, and documentarian whose previous work includes the books Program or Be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age, and Life, Inc..
IE Radio 5/30/2013 92 comments
A longtime member of the Choice Hotels International team, Todd Davis was named CIO earlier this year. Davis oversees IT at a technology-oriented hospitality company that was an early adopter of cloud and which recently spun off a separate software company. Learn what's next for Choice Hotels, which franchises approximately 6,200 hotels, representing more than 499,000 rooms, in the United States and more than 30 countries and territories, over about 11 brands.
IE Radio 5/3/2013 90 comments
Like many government executives, the CIO of Kansas City, Missouri, faces tight budgets and growing demand for more online, user-friendly services. So CIO Mary Miller moved the city's email to cloud, implemented BYOD, and came up with a longterm tech strategy. Discover how Miller and her team turn adversity into opportunity and what -- in addition to Google Fiber -- the citizens of Kansas City will be using to interact with local government.
Smarter Cloud Clan Radio 3/21/2013 160 comments
Selling Cloud to the C-Suite: Mark Slaga, COO of multi-billion dollar global integrator and solution provider Dimension Data, will describe how IT professionals can capture the attention -- and budgets -- of their counterparts in other parts of the business.
Smarter IT Clan Radio 2/21/2013 130 comments
Jonathan Feldman is the Director of IT Services for the city of Asheville, NC, where he arrived as a change agent to improve customer services, better support business activities, and identify cost efficiencies. His efforts have been recognized nationally and internationally (including the receiving International Economic Development Council New Media Award) for improving services to citizens and reducing expenses through IT innovation.
IE Radio 1/24/2013 108 comments
CIO John Marcante heads up the information technology division for the investment management company with $1.7 trillion in US mutual funds. We'll talk with him about fostering innovation, why the CIO should be responsible for running the business, and the company's use of mobile and social technologies.
IE Radio 12/13/2012 47 comments
As more enterprises adopt cloud, insurers and risk managers worry about the potential for loss -- and lawsuits -- related to this technology. How is the industry looking to protect clients from losses suffered through business downtime, lost data, security breaches, and poor partner practices beyond traditional policies? What can companies do today?
IE Radio 11/29/2012 85 comments
Richard Boly is the Director of the Bureau of Information and Resource Management's Office of eDiplomacy, under the US Department of State. He talks to us about the Office's mission: to advance diplomacy by providing effective knowledge-sharing initiatives, guidance on the convergence of technology and diplomacy, and first-class IT consulting.
Smarter Analytics Clan Radio 10/24/2012 100 comments
Vala Afshar is chief customer officer for Enterasys Networks. Afshar is responsible for worldwide services operations and technical support functions, including contact center operations, field engineering, support engineering, and infrastructure technologies. Afshar and his team have implemented an award-winning (CRM Magazine Elite Services) cloud computing customer relationship management framework that uses business and performance management analytics to achieve best-in-class customer satisfaction and employee retention.
Smarter IT Clan Radio 10/15/2012 4 comments
Lora Cecere is the Founder and CEO of Supply Chain Insights, a research firm focused on the use of enterprise technology to drive supply chain excellence. Among the firm's current research topics are market-driven value networks, the evolution of predictive analytics, emerging business intelligence solutions, and technologies to improve safe and secure product delivery.
IE Radio 10/4/2012 119 comments
Boris Wertz is the Founder and General Partner at Version One Ventures, an early-stage fund investing in outstanding consumer Internet, SaaS, and mobile entrepreneurs throughout North America.
IE Radio 9/13/2012 78 comments
Dilip Venkatachari is an inventor and entrepreneur. Currently CEO of Compass Labs, a social media analytics startup, Dilip has a track record which includes Google, where he was Director of Mobile Ads Products, PayPal, and Yahoo! He'll be talking about leveraging social platforms through artificial intelligence and predictive analytics algorithms and techniques.
Smarter IT Clan Radio 8/24/2012 147 comments
Dale Potter is senior vice president of strategy and transformation at The Ottawa Hospital, one of Canada's largest teaching and research hospitals.
Smarter Analytics Clan Radio 8/16/2012 76 comments
Gil Elbaz is the founder and CEO of Factual, an information-sharing start-up which gathers, stores, and analyzes terabytes of data on a wide range of topics. He was co-founder of Applied Semantics (ASI0, which developed AdSense -- later acquired by Google. As co-founder of the nonprofit Common Crawl Foundation, a repository of openly and freely accessible web crawl data, he seeks to democratize access to web information.
IE Radio 8/10/2012 300 comments
Look out! The team of Charlie Stross and Cory Doctorow has produced upcoming science fiction novel Rapture of the Nerds, due out in September 2012, dealing with a disturbing future in which "metaconsciousness" roams the solar system. Both authors join us to discuss their work and the future of the Internet.
Cory Doctorow is a coeditor of Boing Boing and a columnist for multiple publications including the Guardian, Locus, and Publishers Weekly. He was named one of the Webís 25 influencers by Forbes magazine and a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. His award-winning novel, Little Brother, was a New York Times bestseller. He lives in London with his wife and daughter.
Charles Stross, author of several major novels of SF and fantasy, including Singularity Sky, Accelerando, Halting State, and Rule 34, is widely hailed as one of the most original voices in modern SF. His short fiction has won multiple Hugo and Locus awards. He lives in Edinburgh.
IE Radio 7/19/2012 130 comments
Andrew Blum is the author of Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet, the first book-length look at the physical heart of the Internet itself.
When not immersed in the Internetís depths, Blum writes about architecture, design, technology, urbanism, art, and travel. Since 1999, his articles and essays have appeared in Wired, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Bloomberg Business Week, Metropolis, Popular Science, Gizmodo, The Atlantic Online, Architectural Record, and Slate, among others. He has degrees in literature from Amherst College and in human geography from the University of Toronto, and lives in his native New York City with his wife, daughter, and a black shepherd mix.
Smarter Cloud Clan Radio 7/17/2012 109 comments
An author, industry speaker, and respected industry analyst, Peter Bendor-Samuel founded Everest Group in 1991. An expert in outsourcing and global services, he has won a variety of awards. He formerly worked at Ernst & Young and EDS.
Smarter Analytics Clan Radio 7/12/2012 83 comments
Dr Alag is VP of Engineering at NextBio, which provides a scientific, cloud-based platform to aggregate and interpret large quantities of genomic data for research and clinical applications. He is also the author of "Collective Intelligence in Action," a study of the underlying algorithms and technical implementation of Web-based data gathering and mining techniques like analyzing trends, discovering relationships, and making predictions.
Smarter Cloud Clan Radio 6/28/2012 161 comments
Reuven Cohen is an early innovator in the cloud computing space as the founder of Enomaly in 2004 (acquired by Virtustream in February 2012). He is currently SVP at Virtustream and remains active in cloud policy-making and standards-setting worldwide. Reuven is also the co-creator of CloudCamp, an "unconference" where early adopters of cloud computing technologies exchange ideas.
Smarter IT Clan Radio 6/21/2012 120 comments
Jeff Richards is managing partner at The Office of the CIO, a professional services firm specializing in developing business strategy and aligning the supporting information technology and associated organizational changes to deliver the results. Jeff is also the secretary of the board of directors at The CIO Scholarship Foundation, a charity established to help under-privileged students pursue information technology and engineering degrees.
IE Radio 6/14/2012 113 comments
Jody R. Westby is the CEO of security consultancy Global Cyber Risk LLC, an adjunct distinguished fellow for Carnegie Mellon CyLab, and a blogger for Forbes. She previously worked for the US Chamber of Commerce and In-Q-Tel. A lawyer, she chairs the American Bar Associationís Privacy and Computer Crime Committee.
Smarter Analytics Clan Radio 6/7/2012 152 comments
Tom Davenport is an author of a number of books on analytics, including "Analytics at Work: Smarter Decisions and Better Results." He holds the President's Chair in Information Technology and Management at Babson College, and is a Senior Advisor to Deloitte Analytics.
IE Radio 5/31/2012 241 comments
Andrew Keen is the well-known author of the book Cult of the Amateur: How the Internet Is Killing Our Culture. His latest book is Digital Vertigo: How Today's Online Social Revolution Is Dividing, Diminishing, and Disorienting Us. We'll talk to Andrew about the "online social revolution" and how it's damaging society.
IE Radio 5/24/2012 116 comments
Mark McKinnon is a veteran political strategist who has worked for politicians including Sen. John McCain and former President George W. Bush. He is the founder of the non-profit, non-partisan political organization No Labels, which seeks to get government working again. We'll talk to McKinnon about how the Internet is changing politics and influencing the 2012 presidential election. And we'll ask him about No Labels' 12-Step Program for Congress, and the role his organization hopes to play in the future of politics.
IE Radio 5/10/2012 134 comments
Tony Cicco is the Global Chief Information Officer for AEA Group, a global sustainability consultancy. In his role, Cicco is responsible for leading all technology and security initiatives for the AEA Group. He oversees and coordinates all technology, telecommunications, wide area networking, local area networking, desktop support, IT security, disaster recovery planning, applications training and support, and information management. Prior to joining AEA Group in 2011, Cicco was the Government Accountability Office (GAO) CIO. With 35 years of experience in IT, Cicco has received many accolades and awards. He was placed on Computerworld's list of Premier 100 IT Leaders for his work supporting the Hurricane Katrina response, CIO Magazine's CIO 100, and Federal Computer Magazineís Federal Top100 list.
IE Radio 4/30/2012 132 comments
What's better for your enterprise? A private cloud or a public one? Which cloud is more secure? More cost-effective? With the "cloud honeymoon" coming to an end, CIOs are going to be expected to have the answers to these questions. Please join us for this live chat session with cloud expert Mary E. Shacklett, president of Transworld Data -- led by Internet Evolution's managing editor Mary Jander -- where we'll begin to answer important questions about cloud computing.
IE Radio 4/23/2012 406 comments
RIM, once the bastion of enterprise mobile computing, has in the past couple of years watched its image deteriorate, along with its market share and stock price. What went wrong, what's ahead for this company, and what can other enterprises learn from its mistakes? Join us for this live chat discussion with enterprise and mobile experts Alan Reiter and Robert McGarvey to discuss RIM's fall and fate and what we can learn from it.
IE Radio 4/19/2012 142 comments
As principal data scientist at LinkedIn, Daniel Tunkelang leads a team of data scientists focused on the "3 Rs: Relevance, Recommendations, and Reputation" for the social site. Before joining LinkedIn in late 2010, he was a tech lead at Google. Before that, he served as chief scientist at the search application startup Endeca. Daniel earned a BS and MS from MIT and a PhD in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University.
IE Radio 4/12/2012 101 comments
Rick Peltz serves as chief information officer of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services. In this capacity he oversees the design, development, procurement, implementation, and support of information technology. With over 20 years of experience, he's received myriad industry recognitions including the CIO 100 Award in 2011 and 2005. He was ranked 62nd in Information Week's Top 500 in 2010. Computerworld also named him among the nation's premier 100 IT leaders in 2002. We'll talk to Rick about his IT priorities for the year ahead, including his goals to connect mobile computing with various forms of video communications to help his sales force. We'll also discuss the enterprising work that went into launching the firm's iMpact mobile app for real estate agents.
IE Radio 4/5/2012 126 comments
Teri Takai is the CIO of the Department of Defense. In that role, she provides strategy, leadership, and guidance to create a unified information management and technology vision for the Department and to ensure the delivery of information technology based capabilities required to support the broad set of Department missions. Previously, Ms. Takai was the CIO for the State of California where she helped modernize and transform the way the state does business with its citizens.
IE Radio 3/29/2012 162 comments
Dan Lyons started his blog Fake Steve Jobs in 2006, but it wasn't until 2007 that his real identity was revealed by The New York Times. Today Lyons is the author of several books, including Options. He is also the technology editor for Newsweek and the author of the blog Real Dan Lyons. We'll talk to Lyons about his stint as Fake Steve, as well as his take on the current Internet landscape. We'll also ask Lyons to talk about his frustration with bloggers that have become angel investors.
IE Radio 3/22/2012 103 comments
Brian Margolies is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Allied Beverage Group, New Jersey's largest distributor of wines and spirits. As Allied's first CIO, Brian has been tasked with setting the companyís strategic technical direction. We will talk to Brian about the changes he has made during his tenure so far, as well as the challenges he's faced in taking on this brand new role.
IE Radio 3/15/2012 144 comments
Gary Kern is the chief information officer in charge of all technology functions for a Midwestern bank. He has a deep understanding of technology management at financial services firms of various sizes, including the use of online applications and the Internet in outsourcing and management of remote resources. He has extensive experience in compliance and regulatory issues.
IE Radio 2/23/2012 144 comments
Steve Garrity is the CTO and co-founder of Hearsay Social, a startup that provides cloud-based solutions for enterprises seeking to increase revenue and deepen customer relationships through social media. Steve is a former Microsoft engineer who worked on mobile search, Live Mesh, and Azure, and he was a product manager at Fortify Software. Steve was a Mayfield Fellow scholar at Stanford University, where he earned BS and MS degrees in computer science.
IE Radio 2/9/2012 121 comments
Erik Martin is the general manager at Reddit.com, a portal for user-selected content on the Web. Previously, Erik worked for a variety of film and music projects and held positions in online marketing at LEAP Technologies and Foundry Communications and in digital marketing and development at Palm Pictures. He attended Tulane University.
IE Radio 2/2/2012 151 comments
Radia Perlman is best known for inventing the Spanning Tree Protocol in 1985 while working at Digital Equipment Corporation. She holds a PhD from MIT in computer science and has authored two books on networking technology. She holds approximately 100 patents in encryption, decryption, and routing. Perlman is now an Intel Fellow and director of network and security technology at Intel.
IE Radio 1/19/2012 141 comments
Christopher Barnatt is Associate Professor of Computing and Future Studies in Nottingham University Business School and the author of seven books on computing and future studies, including A Brief Guide to Cloud Computing (Constable & Robinson, 2010). His seventh book -- 25 Things You Need to Know About the Future -- will be published by Constable & Robinson in January 2012.
IE Radio 1/12/2012 95 comments
Paul Henry is one of the foremost global information security and computer forensic experts in the industry with more than twenty years of experience. He is a principle at vNet Security, LLC and the security and forensic analyst at Lumension Security. He is also a SANS certified instructor.
Paul will be reviewing the current digital security environment, from hacking threats to the privacy risks of using social media.
IE Radio 12/15/2011 165 comments
Dr. Ann Cavoukian is the Information Privacy Commissioner for the Canadian province of Ontario. She is a champion of the concept "privacy by design" which means privacy and data protection are embedded in the technologies themselves. We'll talk to her about how enterprises can adopt "privacy by design," the technical hurdles to doing so, and the greatest privacy threats facing enterprises and consumers in the digital age.
IE Radio 10/7/2011 174 comments
Social media can be malware's best friend, and helps with social engineering too.
IE Radio 10/5/2011 126 comments
A new survey shows positive expectations for growth and revenues among midmarket tech CFOs. Join us to discuss the global economy and prospects for midmarket tech-based enterprises.
IE Radio 10/3/2011 114 comments
Join our IT Clan chat to hear about IBM's latest security findings, including news that mobile security risks will double this year.
IE Radio 9/29/2011 131 comments
Chris Westphal is an expert in data visualization, data mining, and analyzing complex data sets. During his career, he has designed analytical systems and provided management expertise to critical government programs addressing organized crime, narcotics trafficking, money laundering, terrorism, tax evasion, insider trading, border crossings, smuggling, and criminal enterprises.
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