Should you worry about what your kids are posting on Facebook? In this podcast, we’ll spend a few minutes with Stan Gatewood, who is in charge of security for the state of Georgia’s University System. (Hint: the only computer that’s really safe is encased in concrete at the bottom of the ocean.)
In this podcast, I spend a few minutes with Blake on those tough decisions, and how to communicate the moves with employees. Listen at the What’s Up Interactive blog.
He’s launched three successful companies including ISS and now JouleX. So why is Tom Noonan traveling coach and sleeping three to a room on the road? The answers are relevant to every manager. In this fascinating podcast about leadership, I visit with Tom about how corporate culture “starts and ends at the top.” Listen here.
As AT&T’s top executive in charge of emerging devices, he’s focused way beyond the next smart phone or tablet. In this podcast, I sit down with Glenn to talk about the smart house and car…and what it’s like to be AT&T’s primary executive in charge of the Steve Jobs/Apple relationship. Listen in at the What’s Up Interactive blog.
Afraid of what they might say about your product online? At most companies there’s going to be real trouble when negative remarks get posted. But Newell Rubbermaid bucked the trend. Their management team turned negative comments into a learning experience and saved a brand. Listen to my visit with Bert DuMars, Vice President E-Business and Interactive at Newell Rubbermaid at the What’s Up Interactive blog.
PitchEngine CEO and founder Jason Kintzler talks about the huge change in the way companies, big and small, are using the web to sidestep reporters. Many companies haven’t embraced the new reality, he says, and those are the ones who will be left with corporate black eyes.
As one of the millions of iPhone owners who is enduring AT&T’s awful cellular network, I begin looking at different ways smartphones are going to grow in influence. Roy Furchgott, the New York Times’ Gadgetwise blogger, has some interesting speculation. He believes smartphones will become very important in health care…but his big concern is over privacy.
Have a listen to What’s Up Interactive’s first “Technology on Target” podcast, featuring Roy, one of the industry’s true thought leaders.
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