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One critical aspect of deployment for any new smartphone is to use a robust MDM (Mobile Device Management) tool, one that enforces your policies and allows IT to track the devices within the enterprise.
These features typically pertain to the approved business apps on the device, data retention policies, Wi-Fi access from the device when it is not being used on a mobile network, and other data and network issues related to that smartphone model specifically.
The Techreact team is made up of seasoned professionals who have been friends for over 10 years and have worked in the technology industry since the dawn of time. Think punch cards, tape drives, commodore64, trs80, vic20, sinclair, kaypro, cpm, early dos days. We have seen the market develop from centralized enterprise computing to the dawn of the web, cloud computing and enterprise mobility. The Techreact Panel has a real passion for technology and the consumption and evolution of technology by the enterprise. Each week we will be insightful, witty, reporting, interviewing and commentary of the top initiatives of CIO and CTO in the Enterprise.
Marco Giunta CompuCom SYS, Financial Services, New York City
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David Levin Strategic Alliances Director, Americas, Push Technology New York
Stephen Webster MRE Consulting CTO Datacenter Cloud Oil & Energy Expert Houston
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Welcome to the Federal Blue Print podcast series. In March, we are doing a series of features on women in government technology.
Today, we are very excited to be speaking with NASA CIO Linda Cureton. In addition to being a strong advocate for advanced social media strategies at NASA, she has also established NASA's office of chief technology officer for IT to focus on innovation and drive change through enterprise architecture, and she created a CIO leadership team composed of herself and the CIOs at NASA's 10 centers.
Women In the News - in this segment, the Women Billionaire's Club, the first Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, Hillary Clinton's newest title & why the media got it wrong, as well as women entrepreneurs blazing trails in science and technology. Our women headliner is Executive Cindy Brown, CFO & CIO of entegra technologies, inc. a design, engineering and manufacturing services company providing modular mobile computer devices (tablets) to military and commercial users in defense & public safety, healthcare, transportation, energy, retail and restaurant industries. Cindy, an accomplished C-Suite executive will share her story of being the daughter of a woman trailblazer herself, guilt & balance and tackling time management with her "Sacred 6" tips.
Managing technology is a complicated process. Managing the people who develop and deploy technology is even more complicated. Add the pressures that come with a technology startup and it can be enough to drive a rational person to seek solace in a nice, quiet yurt. Some people don't just survive in that pressure cooker, though -- they thrive and succeed. Our guest in this episode of Interop Radio has done just that. Joe Emison is not just able to keep a successful team in motion, though -- he's able to talk about how he does it.
In this episode, host Curtis Franklin talks with Joe about the challenges he faced in starting BuildFax and how he has been able to guide his technology team in adding value to IT in the business. You'll hear how Joe evaluates business requirements, works with other members of the executive team, and makes decisions about the skills and mindset he wants to see in the professionals who join his team.
Joe Emison is Founder and Chief Technology Officer at BuildFax, the only provider of automated property condition information to the insurance and lending industries. Joe launched BuildFax on the cloud in 2008, and has consulted with many other companies on their own cloud launches and migrations. Joe oversees all technology and product management for BuildFax, and regularly contributes articles to InformationWeek on the cloud, databases, and startups. Joe graduated with degrees in English and Mathematics from Williams College and has a law degree from Yale Law School.
Plan to join us for the show and be sure to take part in the live chat. Remember, too, that information on Interop and registration details are available now!
This week on Carson's Corner, 11-16-14, the Election Boycott Advocates welcome Stewart Acuff to the show. Stewart returns to Carson's Corner to discuss the current state of affairs of the nation, plus he'll give his take on the Election Boycott Advocates. This is a discussion you don't want to miss. Tune into Carson's Corner at 9pm tomorrow night.
Here is more information about Stewart from his website: Stewart Acuff is the Organizing Director of the National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees 1199 in Philadelphia.
He served as the Organizing Director of the AFL-CIO from 2001-2008. He worked as Chief of Staff of the Utility Workers Union of America until May, 2012.
Acuff makes regular media appearances on Your World with Neil Cavuto on Fox News. He is also a regular on The Thom Hartmann Show, Charles Showalter’s The Union Edge radio show, and many others.
Stewart has written two books, Playing Bigger Than You Are: A Life in Organizing and Getting America Back to Work, which was coauthored by Dr. Richard Levins.
Join us for a roundup of the top stories on InformationWeek.com for the week of December 7, 2014. The show begins with The Week in :60, then we'll be talking with the InformationWeek.com editors and correspondents who brought you the top stories of the week to get the "story behind the story." We'll be sure to wrap things up with the always thought-provoking Geekend writer David Wagner.
In our first segment we’ll talk with InformationWeek.com editor Chris Murphy about the hospitality industry CIO who’s on the hunt for 100 talented new people for his organization. The specific skills he needs — and the way he’s going about finding them — might well surprise you. They’ll certainly be thought-provoking if you’re on the lookout for your own new IT talent.
Next, in a happy holiday season filled with security Grinches eager to steal your personal data along with the digital roast beast, Dark Reading’s Sara Peters has a ray of hope with her story on major progress in universal two-factor authentication. The new standards might not save this Christmas but might they be enough to make 2015 just a little bit brighter? Tune in to find out.
Finally, Dave Wagner join us for a Geekend tale that looks at the latest data-intense solution to a problem that’s as old as Santa Claus and restless 5-year old children. You won’t want to miss this story on the technology that just might help you survive Christmas Eve.
This Week's Show: LouddMouth Radio Network Covers the MARTA Transit Vote in Clayton County, Georgia with organizational partners & leaders collaborating as the "Friends of Clayton Transit Coalition headquartered in Riverdale, Georgia.
Friends of Clayton Transit Coalition is only one day away from eye witnessing the return of jobs, return of transit and the entry of MARTA to Clayton County, Georgia. The Friends of Clayton Transit- newly coined "The Clayton Model" has become one of the most historic collaborative models of unlikely allies within multiple disciplines strategically working together for the common good of Clayton County. This comprised group of businesses, grass root organizations and community involvement have implemented grass root campaigns and has advocated multiple policies for 4 years united in a share space with a shared mission. Founder & President of Friends of Clayton Transit Coalition: Roberta Abdul Salaam, National AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Tefere Gebre, Katie Foster of AFL-CIO Georgia, Deborah Scott of Georgia STAND-UP, Fredrick Hicks of Friends of Clayton Transit Coalition, Reginald Davis of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 732, Brionte McCorkle of Georgia Sierra Club.
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My guest, Tripp Babbitt, is a long-time advocate of the work of the late Dr. W. Edwards Deming and created his company to help service organizations apply his philosophy. Tripp had been an executive for a Fortune 500 company and CIO in State government. He now spends his time working with service organizations in many industries including radio stations, engineering firms, information technology, government, telecoms, banking, and insurance.
In addition to his consulting practice, Tripp produces and hosts the Deming Institute podcast. He writes several articles and columns for IQPC and Quality Digest. He keynotes on the work of Dr. Deming and continual improvement.
He is also creator of the 95 Method. The 95 Method was created to assist service organizations build customer trust, improve morale and give management focus.
The 95 Method was inspired from the difficulty in US organizations’ adoption of Dr. Deming’s philosophy.
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