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  • 00:45

    Winds Of Change

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    We speak with guests Jeff Anders and Rob Thompson about the new political landscape in D.C. What does the new President and his appointees mean for recreational and commercial drones?

  • 00:34

    The Coolest Hacks of 2016

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    In past years, security researchers have discovered ways to hack cars, medical devices, automated teller machines, and many other targets. Dark Reading editors discuss some of the most unusual and creative ways that researchers have uncovered in 2016, and what these new vulnerabilities might mean for the coming year.

  • 00:10

    Innovation Talks: Voices of IBM Security

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    Today, IBM made a series of announcements, including the planned acquisition of Resilient Systems, Inc., that will aim to provide organizations with a proactive, comprehensive approach to respond to cyber breaches more quickly and effectively across consulting, services and products. With Resilient Systems, a leader in incident response, IBM will be in a position to provide the industry’s first integrated end-to-end Security Operations and Response Platform offering that spans the entire life cycle of an attack, from protection and detection to response.  Hear more in this podcast from the team behind the effort.

  • 00:30

    Radio [itvt]: Ashley Swartz, Founder and CEO of Furious Corp.

    in Software

    Ashley Swartz, a high-profile figure in advanced-TV advertising circles, is founder and CEO of advertising technology company, Furious Corp. In this recorded interview with [itvt] Editor-in-Chief, Tracy Swedlow, Swartz discusses, among other things, the company's flagship offering, PROPHET, billed as a "a horizontal SaaS platform, which automates the ingestion and normalization of your data, providing you with highly intuitive reporting and analytics to see inventory, sales and audience across your entire advertising business, in one location."
    (Note: Swartz will be speaking at The TV of Tomorrow Show  SF 2017, which will take place June 28th-29th in the Presidio of San Francisco. Purchase your tickets here: http://thetvoftomorrowshow.com/register-tvot)
     

  • 00:17

    Larry speaks with Donna Rice Hughes of Enough is Enough

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    Larry Magid and Donna Rice Hughes discuss on public wi-fi, fake news, and how the incoming administration can approach online safety.

  • 01:11

    Dr. Kathleen Morse & Jeremy Zawodny of Yosemite Space

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    The March 15, 2017 episode of STEM Voices will feature Dr. Kathleen Morse & Jeremy Zawodny of Yosemite Space. The company's primary focus is developing innovative products for Space applications. Members of Yosemite Space collectively have extensive experience developing innovative, reliable products for Space applications. The woman majority owned business was founded in 2012 by Dr. Kathleen Morse and Jeremy Zawodny serves as the lead software engineer.
    In 2016, a Yosemite Space experiment using state of the art System on Chip (SoC) technology was deployed in the NanoRacks External Platform outside the International Space Station.  This platform exposes the components to Space radiation and communicates the status of the Yosemite Space payload back to Earth.  
     

  • 00:21

    For Every Child, Engineering Education

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    Join Deb Evans, Founder Deb Evans Consulting, LLC and Jack Monson, Director Digital Strategy at Qiigo and their guest Dori Roberts, Franchise Founder, Engineering 4 Kids. In just five years Dori grew her franchise brand to over 150 locations and in several countries. Dori noticed that there was a lack of engineering programs in the area to enroll her then 6 and 8 year old children. Dori opened her first location in 2009 and began franchising her business in 2011. .

  • 00:51

    Intel Chip Chat Live - SXSW 2017

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    It's Intel Chip Chat LIVE, coming to you from SXSW in Austin, Texas. Host Allyson Klein interviews luminaries from the Data Center world, always keeping you up to date on the latest happenings and announcements.
    Intel® Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series of informal, one-on-one interviews with some of the brightest minds in the industry. Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, Intel Chip Chat strives to bring listeners closer to the innovations and inspirations of the men and women shaping the future of computing, and in the process share a little bit about the technologists themselves.

  • 00:28

    Life of an Accounting Droid Episode 64 Stock Keeping Units

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    On this week’s episode, the theme is Stock Keeping Units aka SKUs. In the news, Google announces the Pixel and Pixel XL, Chromecast goes 4K, and I review News Pro by Microsoft.
    In the entertainment, Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales gets a teaser trailer, Lore podcast to become an Amazon TV show, and I review Westworld s01ep01 The Original!
    For the You Can Relax segment, I talk about AmazonSmile.
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  • 00:30

    Best of 2012--The Tips, The Tricks and Advice 12/29/2012

    in Computers

    Join Ms. Computer Lady for the show that will wrap up the 2012 year.  Re-live highlights of the tips, the tricks, the advice and interviews that were an integral part of all the broadcasts.
    To end 2012 on a high note, those who Dave Tolliver from Men at Large will have the opportunity to hear his new song "Home"--which will be premiered FIRST on the Ms. Computer Lady Show.  

  • 00:30

    Learn How To Use Artificial Intelligence To Fortify Your Defenses

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    To kick things off for this podcast, we are interviewing Mark Godard, Manager of Channel & Customer Success for a Cyber Security company known as Spark Cognition, based out of  Austin, TX.
    In the world of business today, we all know the value of the information and data we possess about our customers.  With sophisticated analysis and extrapolation techniques known as Data Warehousing, we can predict in much more detail and clarity the future buying patterns of our customers; and how they will react to the launch of a new product or service.
    These same techniques can also be applied to the world of Cyber Security as well.  For example, by using the sophisticated techniques of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, the signature profiles of hacks and attacks can be examined in much more detail.  From here, these results can be extrapolated as well to predict future Cyber attacks, and how and potentially when they can occur. 
    This is of course great news to a business owner as they try to beef up their lines of defense.  Learn how to apply these sophisticated methodologies by tuning into this podcast!!!

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