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The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, April 8, 2015, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT).
Last week we talked about the predictive power HR can bring, and this week we're going to talk about the adoption of social software for workforce collaboration and communication.
Social software today enables workforce collaboration and communication. The McKinsey Global Institute estimates productivity improves by 20-25% in organizations with connected employees, and the potential for revenue amounts to $1.3 trillion per year.
But the adoption of internal social media will require a strategic change management initiative to move away from email that still dominates the enterprise today.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we talk about the adoption of social software for workforce collaboration and communication with this week’s guest: Shel Holtz, Principal of Holtz Communication + Technology and a prolific blogger and co-host of the first and longest-running communications podcast, For Immediate Release.
Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors and partners: Dice, TalentWise, Hootsuite, IBM, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Jobvite, Predictive Analytics World for Workforce and HRmarketer Insight. And we're big CandE supporters!
Tune in as we discuss some of the top free open source software that you can use for your business. Project management can be a headache if you’re not using the right tools. We are going to be doing a brief overview of 6 different types of project management tools you can use that will make your life easier.
Be sure to tune in each week at 10am PST to learn more about great tools and advice that can help your business grow right here on Cloud Talk Radio.
Episode #313: Exclusive! Stand up live interview on 4/15/15 International Security Conference Exposition Las Vegas Charles Foley President of Watchful Software provides computer security for companies and individuals. We are featuring this thirty-two minute interview along with many other Security tips & updates with your Magnified View Editorial Staff and Voices of Global Freedom Hosts Yoda -&- Backpack!
"Voices of Global Freedom Magnified View, are all about providing security for our listeners and subscribers." said Janorama, Editor-In-Chief Magnified View "security solutions keep sensitive information safe from security breaches from accidental or malicious attacks."
"Backpack learned how to protect company and individual information." said Backpack, Editor-At-Large Magnified View "In today's world of increasingly complex cyber identity theft crimes, how do we prove people are who they say they are?"
Call in: Speak your mind, make comments and ask questions: (646) 652-4667
When: 4:00 PM (Pacific) Saturday, April 11, 2015.
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In this radio show, Martha Stokes CMT talks about what a charting software should have in it to help you find and select stocks, Mutual Funds, Indexes for Retirement accounts, and or ETFs. Her candid no-nonsense approach is a refreshing way to learn about what stock charts can do to help you manage your 401K or IRA, how stock charts can help you choose better mutual funds, and how you can learn to read stock charts to select the right stocks for your long term investing or for short term trading. Martha tells you exactly what a good charting software should do and the features you need to make stock chart analysis fun, easy, and speed up your stock pick selections. This training is for new investors and beginning traders.
I’ve been involved with software development for many years and very rarely have I ever seen “agile” process methodology work out. Could this be because of the nature of the software development projects I tend to specialize in or is it just that none of the product teams I have worked with understood agile methodology properly? In other words, are there some software projects where agile methodology will never work due to the very nature of what the software is?
In the world of IT, security can often be a nebulous topic to be discussed about. For example, where does security start and where does it end? Does it even have an endpoint at all? Many professionals would argue the point that you can fortify your servers, workstations, network connections, but what good is all of that if the actual software applications you create are not secure themselves? Well, this is the focal point of today's podcast. We examine the concept of security from the standpoint of implementing security in the source code itself. After all, this is the heart of any software application. If this is not fortified, this can be a major point for attackers and hackers to penetrate into, and from there exploit any other security vulnerabilities and weakensses in the business infrastructure.
In today's radio show, we interview Ms. Claire Hunsaker, the VP of Marketing and Business Development at Stormpath. We learn how their API software development products can lead to much more secure, and robust source code creation
What is Human Inner Software Development?
Dr Imhotep Ishmael Al-Basiel AA, CS, MSc TCM, PHD has been pioneering the field of Human Software Development since 1978 trained in China in the early 80,s in Qigong Taichi Acupucture,and Practiced Acupuncture in Chicago With Barbara Zeller MD in 1981 (Shin hak pang academy grad) Trained in and introduced to Nlp by robbins research international / Tony Robbins one on one) Imhotep is a consultant to nfl nba and dod. The Founder of Codestreamlabs.com. Human SoftwareDevelopment (HSD) is not new science that views the body and everything in it as patterns of energy and information. HSD is a unique combination of new insights that draw on various diverse fields such as physics and consciousnessand ancient eastern health sciences.
We created computers to automate certain human tasks. With computers, the software controls the hardware or output. With humans it is the same. Our inner human software made up of our thoughts, emotions, conditioning, traumas, identifications, intentions, etc. determines what we do – our output.
Today's Lunch With Phil Show will be co-hosted by Philip Zelinger and Scott Davis, The President and Founding Partner of ProblemSolutionHQ, an incubator company focused on developing next generation Software As A Service for business.
Philip Zelinger, the President of Ad Agency Online,LLC, is the CMO and Contributing Partner of ProblemSolutionHQ responsible for finding new projects and ongoing marketing along with Peter Sperry, the CTO and Partner responsible for product software development. Today's show will focus on Software As A Service for new business and the role it will play for the next generation of hopeful entrepreneurs.
Welcome to the GovTransformer podcast series. Today we are speaking with Chris Baca, Enterprise Architect at Qivliq, about cost savings and the Software-Defined Data Center for federal agencies.
Time is money, which is why all law firms could benefit from software data integration. Well-implemented integrations increase efficiency, reduce non-billable tasks and improve data accuracy. That’s why taking on this type of low-budget technology project is mission critical. Tune into Charles King as he shares cost-saving tips, tactics and strategies for a successful data integration in a law firm environment.
About Charles King
Charles King is the IP Technology Systems Manager at Arent Fox, where he guides decision making and implementation of all intellectual property practice group technology. He has been working for more than 10 years in intellectual property law technology management. King has been a member of the management group for multiple IP docketing database conversions and has led and supported numerous systems integration projects for docketing data, accounting data, internal and external web-based data access.
The founders of Software Lending Library share what they are doing to help small and medium-sized businesses better afford software and technology that will help them grow, expand and compete more effectively.
Welcome to the GovTransformer podcast series. Today we are speaking with Chris Baca, Enterprise Architect Qivliq (K-iv lick) about the Software-Defined Data Center and federal agencies.