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UBM Radio is the audio home of Interop, InformationWeek, Dark Reading, Network Computing, Bank Systems & Technology, EETimes, and more. Several times each week, the various channels of UBM Radio will present interviews and panel discussions with enterprise technology leaders and experts, all designed to help CIOs boost the efficiency of their IT operations and investments, freeing resources for innovation. Best of all, each show will feature live chat on the channel's home page, where you ca ...
 
What is the state of information technology now? That’s the focus of each Inertia episode. The question is a broad one as tech intersects across many industries and themes: personal computers, portable devices from the iPhone to GPS systems, microprocessors, applications, social media, search, medical technology, broadcasting and TV, music tech, online commerce, graphics, cloud computing, security, storage, mobility, and enterprise hardware and software... and anything else that references I ...
 
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Today on the Angle Free IT podcast, we meet with someone that I immediately thought “I have to get this guy on my show”. This person is none other than VMware Staff SE Prabhu Barathi. Prabhu was recently voted as SE of the year prior to our recording, and I would like to first and foremost congratulate him! Secondly, I would like to thank him for b…
 
Hello everyone! This week, I’d like to introduce Sam Gavis-Hughson. He’s here to help with technical interviews and developing the skills to work through the pressure of a large technical company and startup coding interviews. He shared SO MUCH good stuff with us on this episode, I think you’ll appreciate how down to earth he is. We talk about prep…
 
One thing we do a LOT around Angle Free IT and online on forums is giving advice. It’s kinda my ‘thing’ because I couldn’t find a non-anonymous way to get tech career advice online. At the same time, people want and have asked for personalized coaching sessions to get them pointed in the right direction. I wanted to let you listen in on one of the …
 
Yes, this interview is with THE Neil Moore – the guy who is tied with only one other human on the planet for having every Expert level cert from Cisco – All CCIE’s and the CCDE. I first found out about Neil through a YouTube channel he had when he was at HP doing some interop stuff with their switches. The funny thing is, THAT EXACT CONCEPT is how …
 
I never do quite know when I will stumble across someone who I think “I must have this person on my podcast”. A Cisco Network Automation webinar was one such place, when I met Hank Preston, the NetDevOps Evangelist for Cisco Networks. He had a HUGE amount of great knowledge to share with us on this episode. Tackling Pillar 4, Explaining Automation,…
 
Episode 12 on deck! One of the coolest things I get to do is catch up with people I’ve fanboy’d over. Jason Abbott probably had very little idea how much he inspired or helped me along in my career when we worked together, probably because I was fairly aloof and terrible at troubleshooting when he first met me. Nevertheless, he took me under his wi…
 
I met Jeff Snyder many years ago when I did my own pivot into Network Security from a straight networking position. I was really ‘stuck’ in making progress moving from one discipline (networking and plumbing of the network) to another discipline (security policy and implementation). Jeff gave me tips – unpaid and unbidden – that helped me shift my …
 
Hey there Navigators! I had the absolute fortune to catch Patrick Barnard at an internet cafe between his two latest sojourn trips to the Philipines. Patrick is a fearless entrepreneur who has made some pretty phenomenal companies throughout the years. I will say, the time we connected the audio was a bit funky with background noise – BUT – the int…
 
Jim Manico and I connected a few years ago through some of the OWASP meetings he presented at in Denver. He was talking about cross-site scripting prevention, and in the brief training, I knew that Jim would be a great person to know if I ever needed to educate people. Fast forward a few years, and here we are talking about secure coding and how to…
 
Ep-008-Strata-Chalup-Author-Blogger-Superstar-and-Speaker Today on this episode of Angle Free IT I got together with Strata Chalup, who is a Developer, Author, Blogger, and Speaker from many conferences, including the LISA conference. Strata has been an influential person in my career because of her framework on troubleshooting. I got it from a fri…
 
The retail sector is a prime market for use of analytics -- tracking and predicting sales success -- in support of great products and management experience. Some retailers are making the most of what data and analytics offer them, as they strive to understand customer trends and preferences. Pioneering retailers recognize that products that seem to…
 
Set aside your opinions about some of the frivolous and risky applications that you think of when you hear the term Internet of Things. The fact is that the IoT is real. It's a concept that businesses in many different sectors will continue to adopt, and it's time for your organization to consider whether to implement IoT. Companies are launching I…
 
Month by month data has edged deeper into our lives, whether we are making business decisions or going through our day as a consumer and citizen. No longer confined to a backroom waiting to be tossed over the wall to a business manager, as it was just a few years ago, data is in our face today. The data-human relationship has been strengthening. We…
 
Inertia – Interop 2012: What are some of the hot issues in IT? In this edition of Inertia, we took to the floor of Interop to talk with experts, IT pros and vendors. OpenFlow, which was an Interop Labs demo in 2011, had a bigger presence in the form of products and services such as SDN (Software-Defined Networking) offerings. Connectivity remains a…
 
Inertia: Two-steps-forward-one-step-back has been an apt description for much of professional web-based media. As Joe Casale, CEO of Casale Media says, “I’ve heard it said there’s four steps to putting an ad on TV and like 90 steps for doing the same thing in digital.” Casale points out it is an exaggeration but only to illustrate the issue: for al…
 
IT Security: Defending against intrusion was a hot topic at previous RSA conferences. But users are using their devices outside the network perimeter of their organizations, which exposes data like never before. In this podcast we asked several security experts their thoughts on the biggest security issues today. Related Posts: Inside IT: Strengthe…
 
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