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    Start Me Up - Episode 1

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    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.

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    Life of an Accounting Droid Episode 71 Black Friday and Cyber Monday

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    On this week’s episode, I review the OnePlus 3T, Yahoo Answers gets an iOS app, I watch a lot of shows and more!
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  • 00:37

    Consumer Electronics Circuit Protection Applications

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    In today’s consumer electronics designs, everything must be smaller, lighter and faster. The technology must never lose connectivity. Users spend countless hours of hands-on time with their devices and, as a result, they represent the biggest electrostatic discharge (ESD) threat. This session addresses various circuit protection applications – from touchscreens and rapid recharging to communications ports – identifying the problems and best solutions for both ESD and lightning surge protection.

  • 00:57

    Intel Chip Chat Live - AI Day - San Francisco

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    It's Intel Chip Chat LIVE, coming to you from AI Day in San Francisco.
    Host Allyson Klein interviews luminaries from the Data Center world, always keeping you up to date on the latest happenings and announcements.

  • 00:54

    Rich on Tech Live

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    Rich On Tech live

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    Driving Franchise Results

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    Franchise Business Review (FBR) has worked with over 1,000 franchise brands. FBR works with franchise companies, franchisee associations, and investment groups to better understand operational challenges and identify key opportunities for performance improvements and franchise system growth. Founder and CEO, Eric Stites join Social Geek Radio hosts Deb Evans and Jack Monson and share how FBR has changed since Eric established in 2005 and still servicing the franchise sector.

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    PODCAST: Impact of the Presidential Election on the Affordable Care Act - Part 1

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    Welcome to a special Arent Fox podcast interview.  In the wake of the recent Presidential election, there are many unanswered questions about the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) – otherwise known as Obamacare.
    Today, we are speaking Lanhee Chen, who a policy expert who has advised many major Republican candidates on healthcare issues. He is also a counsel in the Health Care group of Arent Fox, a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, and a regular commentator on CNN.
    Lanhee is joined by Sonja Nesbit, who is the Senior Government Relations Director at Arent Fox.  Sonja is a former Obama Administration appointee who served in the US Department of Health and Human Services, and has worked for the Ways and Means Committee for over a decade.

  • 00:44

    The Open Source Report 14 August 2016

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    We cover the news in the Open Source Movement in software and hardware development for the good of the humanity.The people and ideas that make this Movement great. Cubrimos las noticias en el Movimiento de Código Abierto en el desarrollo de software y hardware para el bien del pueblo humanity.The e ideas que hacen de este gran movimiento.
    Wir decken die News in der Open Source-Bewegung in der Software-und Hardware-Entwicklung für das Wohl der humanity.The Menschen und Ideen, dass diese Bewegung groß machen.
    Show Notes: The White House released federal source code policy, requiring agencies to release 20% of new code they commission as open source. 
    Google releases Dart SDK 1.0, marking its JavaScript alternative as production-ready for Web developers http://thenextweb.com/google/2013/11/14/google-releases-dart-sdk-1-0-marking-javascript-alternative-production-ready-web-developers/
    Dart is an application programming language that’s easy to learn, easy to scale, and deployable everywhere.https://www.dartlang.org/

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    Tech Talk on the SoftwareONE Radio Network - Hyper-Convergence and SDDC

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    Hyper-Convergence is defined by the virtualization of compute, network, storage technologies thus allowing logical objects to reside on any compatible hardware regardless of location. The Software Defined Data Center focuses on the end user solution and the process of providing these solutions in a Hyper-Converged Infrastructure. The modern data center is no longer restricted by brick and mortar walls.
    For years, IT has used abstraction to create a commoditization of our infrastructure.  Now there are formal names and products that take the commoditization to the next level. As hyper-convergence and the software defined data center begin the journey of maturing to the point where early adopters now have stories to tell, we can explore tool sets and best practices of expanding your data center beyond the four walls of your data centers.
    Tune in on February 3rd as we discuss this trend and all the software companies that are working to support the modern data center. And don't forget to call in to ask a question or make a comment on the air and get an Amazon Gift Card at (347) 637-1009 
    Only on the SoftwareONE Radio Network! 

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    We Won the Net Neutrality Battle! Now What?

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    The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit recently turned down big telecom companies’ efforts to derail the FCC “net-neutrality” rules. It took 14 years of fighting, wrangling, enduring short-term defeats and a certain amount of uncertainty, but led by a former lobbyists the FCC prevailed prevailed in the public interest. But after the sounds of popping champagne corks have faded, we have to ask “What’s next?”
    Was this a victory over corporate lobbies? Are there any implications for community broadband, specifically muni networks? What does the net neutrality ruling say about public activism? With the threat of incumbents becoming gatekeepers of the Internet removed, what will lobbyists do next? What will/should “We the People” do with our new found freedom? Harold Feld, Senior Vice President at Public Knowledge joins us to help sort out these and other questions. Public Knowledge promotes freedom of expression, an open Internet, and access to affordable communications tools and creative works.

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