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Dec 12, 2019

Internet of Things devices that weren't built with security in mind open the door to downtime, intellectual property theft, and worse. The problem is, if you can't see the cyberattacks against these devices' vulnerabilities, you can't fight them. Michael Yehoshua, vice president of global marketing for security firm...


Nov 22, 2019

Are robots coming for manufacturing jobs? That's a very common question in the industry. But the reality is, except in the largest high-volume factories, pencils and paper still rule the day. On this episode, Mark Carleton, COO of manufacturing software provider MESTEC, explains how technology can help modernize and...


Nov 13, 2019

Emerging technologies promise to change the way we do business. But if employees don't use the new software and gadgets at their disposal, that promise will never become reality. Paul Gaynor, global technology practice leader at PwC, discusses ways to get user buy-in, increase adoption of new tech, and drive...


Oct 29, 2019

There's no industry that isn't facing some form of mass disruption. And companies that are ahead of the curve in terms of business and IT transformation can help others along the way. In this episode, Doug Kehring, executive vice president of corporate operations at Oracle, discusses the tech giant's own journey to the...


Oct 1, 2019

The unique shopping habits of millennials and Generation Z mean retail and marketing are ripe for disruption. And startups are uniquely positioned to take advantage. Visual search platform Snap Tech and marketing technology provider BrandTotal, members of the Oracle for Startups program, are two such companies....