Speaking in Tech: "Where Enterprise Tech meets Consumer Tech...". Speaking in Tech is hosted by Peter Smallbone, Josh Atwell and Melissa Gurney Greene. Topics include popular tech, data storage, cloud computing, networking, storage virtualization, server virtualization, backup, disaster recovery and anything else interesting in the tech world. Disclosure: Speaking in tech does not receive support directly or indirectly from vendors or guests. Vendor relationships are disclosed on the podcast.
Speaking in Tech #360 - Turning it Around
36:09On this week's episode, Melissa (@solutiongeek) and Peter (@petersmallbone) mull over cat-like lawyers on Zoom; possible trouble at Nominet; acquisitions and innovations at Hyundai; Sunway's exascale supercomputer; Veeam's great set of figures; VMware's new security guide for vSphere; President Biden's bid to end a chip shortage; and more! 00:00 Dogs, schools and lockdowns 03:45 May it please the cat 09:01 U ok, .uk? 12:56 Change or die thinks Hyundai 16:51 Sunway has too many flops 20:08 2020-21: 22% for Veeam 21:54 Tool up with a TPM says VMware 26:45 When the chips are down, Biden steps up 33:45 HashiTalks and other stuff next week @speakingintech
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Speaking in Tech #358 - Storing Up
42:36In this week's episode, Melissa (@solutiongeek) and Peter (@petersmallbone) are joined by Ken Grohe, President and Chief Revenue Officer of Weka (weka.io). The trio talk about James Corden's star turn at a Salesforce bash; AWS's entry into the rent-a-Mac market; Google Street View opening up to self-submitted photos; payments app PhonePe snagging a $700m investment; some new fashion choices for Christmas (all in a good cause); Weka's parallel file system; and more! 00:00 (Not so) lockdown 01:45 Introducing Ken 03:36 James Corden: Salesforce guru 07:07 Wanna cloudy Mac? That'll be nine grand 12:13 New to Google Street View: you 18:09 PhonePe's had worse weeks 20:43 Windows: software or knitwear? 23:44 What's Weka? 41:20 Next week's treats @speakingintech
Speaking in Tech #357 - Vintage >> Innovation
39:58This week, Peter and Melissa are joined by special guest, Ron Rock (@rrockrr) with @Microshareio . Together, they discuss Dell's multi-million dollar laptop error, Virtual Veteranarians, the LAPD's facial recognition blunder and more. 00:00 - Welcome Ron! 03:30 - Dell's millionaire mint 05:15 - VMWare gets original 09:15 - Virtual Vets 12:30 - LAPD gets naughty with your face 16:30 - Microshare IOT & data ownership 18:30 - Needs-based business model adaptation 24:00 - Clean = Safe 30:00 - Blending old and new to change the world 36:00 - Social Mapping Score
Speaking in Tech #356 - Free no more
44:57On this week's Speaking in Tech, Melissa (@solutiongeek) and Peter (@PeterSmallbone) talk about some proposed redundances at IBM; HP Inc sunsetting 'free ink for life'; new limits on storage in Google Photos; robots changing hard drives in Alibaba's data centres; China's president reportedly blocking a tech IPO; WeChat's owner Tencent reporting a bumper set of figures; PayPal getting further into the cryptocurrency game; the rise of the Parler social media platform; and more! 00:00 Lockdown is back (did it ever really go away?) 02:49 Some IBMers may be facing a blue Christmas 08:11 HP Inc sinks the free ink 12:39 Photos in Google are about to lose their gloss 22:54 We. Are. The. Robots. 25:50 China's president no-gos an IPO 30:03 Tencent's making a lot more than ten cents 31:57 PayPal goes crypto 35:59 Step into my Parler 42:41 Birthdays and conferences @speakingintech
Speaking in Tech #355 - Understatement
29:13This week, Peter and Melissa join forces to talk about British Airway’s fine restructuring, QQAAZZ arrests, Tesla’s autopilot bug, Datto’s IPO, Oracle’s play to keep your database forever and more. 00:00 – The Tooth is Out There 04:00 – BA carrying a lighter load in fines 09:00 – Money Laundering as a Service goes down 12:00 – “Making it look like an accident” as a Service 16:30 – Datto looks to IPO 20:00 – Oracle is your obessive ex, but for your Databases 27:00 – What’s next?
Speaking in Tech #354 - Unfiltered
49:32On this week's Speaking in Tech, Melissa (@solutiongeek) and Peter (@petersmallbone) talk about the US Senate subpoena of Twitter's, Facebook's and Google's CEOs; Facebook banning ads that delegitimise election outcomes; Snapchat's role in voter participation; Google's mental health concerns with photo filters on Pixel phones; GCHQ discovering a 'nationally significant' vulnerability in Huawei equipment; how the NHS in England is promoting their contact tracing app with Deloitte and Salesforce also trying to get in on the act; whether deleting WhatsApp counts as destroying evidence; Cazoo's new mega-valuation; Google turning off FTP in Chrome; and more! 00:00 The tooth hurts 02:10 School days, snow days 05:25 Are your communications decent? 10:27 Is your election legit? Facebook thinks so 15:24 Snapchat rocks the vote 18:56 Google bans photo filters on the Pixel - or do they? 23:37 Another bad news day for Huawei 28:01 The NHS emails... well, kinda everyone 33:46 Deloitte and Salesforce are selling - are you buying? 35:48 Beat the rap with WhatsApp 40:10 Caz000,000,000 43:52 FTP: Forget That Protocol 46:56 What's in store next week @speakingintech
Speaking in Tech #353 - Big Moves
54:42This week, Peter and Melissa are joined by Dr. Matthias Farwick, CEO and Co-founder of Txture and Thomas Trojer, CTO and Co-founder of Txture. Together, they talk about Tik Tok’s fate, Snowflake’s IPO, Uber backs out of China a bit, Alicloud’s next move, Txture (https://txture.io/en) and more! 00:00 – Life in the Clouds 04:20 – Trump reviews TikTok bid 09:30 – IPSnow 13:00 – Uber’s latest sale 15:50 – Yet another new Cloud Operating System 21:30 – Belarus drying out 25:30 – Ransomware death 31:00 – Lex takes on real English 34:30 – Massive cloud migrations with Txture
Speaking in Tech #352 - What do I call you? or Everything Sucks
38:24In this week's episode, Melissa (@solutiongeek) and Peter (@petersmallbone) talk about Apple, privacy and bag searches; Facebook's new approach to political ads as well as their AR glasses and impressive results for Watch; Microsoft tackling deepfakes; Samsung's new $2,000 folding phone; Qualcomm's new power-efficient processor; Intel's rebrand; and more! 00:00 Bank holidays and back to school 03:33 Apple's got your back... or do they 10:21 Apple's got your bag... or do they 13:19 Facebook gets political 19:27 Glasses that help you to hear 23:06 Facebook Watch has lots of watchers 26:39 Microsoft takes on the deepfakers 28:54 Samsung wants the folding stuff for its folding stuff 32:32 Qualcomm lets your laptop live 35:21 Intel gets jazzy 37:37 What next week brings
Speaking in Tech #351 - Horrific Terrific
38:05This week, Peter and Melissa join forces to discuss the latest on the Tik Tok acquisition, Twitter's new approach to copy/paste, Amazon's new offerings and more! 00:00 – Yep, Everything still sucks 02:00 – Tiking time bomb 17:00 – Twitter shuts down the twits 21:00 – Netapp pulls the rip cord on legacy 23:00 – Expanding web based security signal, Fastly 26:00 – Google gets anti-trusted 31:00 – Amazon’s “fresh” grocery store idea 34:30 – A Halo, but with horns and hooks