• Mike Rothman, Mobile Security Expert

    Mike Rothman, Mobile Security Expert

    Highlights from our conversation with Rothman: Mobile device management is a good idea, the malware threat is pretty minimal, a good dose of common sense on the part of users will go a long way and Google needs to rethink its approach to Android apps.

  • Susan Cramm, President of Valuedance

    Susan Cramm, President of Valuedance

    Demand for IT services outstrips supply by a 3:1 margin and companies are failing to identify and pursue the real game-changer projects, according to early findings of a research study conducted by Susan Cramm, president of the executive coaching and leadership development firm Valuedance. We talked with Cramm to learn more about her findings and how to right the ship.

  • Mark Gibbs, 35 Year IT Veteran

    Mark Gibbs, 35 Year IT Veteran

    The companies that will be most successful in the 21st century will be those that make IT a core competency, says Mark Gibbs, a veteran of some 35 years in IT whose career includes stints as an entrepreneur, consultant and writer. We talked with Gibbs to learn more about his notion that, “all business is now IT because all business is about information. If you can’t handle that information effectively, you are much less competitive.”

  • Dana Gardner, President and Principal Analyst with Interarbor Solutions

    Dana Gardner, President and Principal Analyst with Interarbor Solutions

    The app store concept that we’re all familiar with thanks to Apple and its iTunes Store is now coming to IT as a way to relieve IT of the burden of installing and maintaining applications of all sorts. Listen in on our conversation with Dana Gardner, president and principal analyst with Interarbor Solutions, as he talks about what’s driving the trend, the benefits it can bring, and how it may even help some firms generate more revenue.

  • Joel Love, CTO and Founder of COLDSTOR Data

    Joel Love, CTO and Founder of COLDSTOR Data

    NTT Com talks with Joel Love, CTO and founder of COLDSTOR Data, about the differences between cloud storage and cloud-based archiving. He explains what it takes to keep important company data secure, and available and accessible, whether it’s needed today or decades from now.

 
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