Archive for July, 2018

592: Tammy Camp – Stronghold and IBM Creating New Stablecoin Built on Stellar

see 592: Stronghold & IBM Create New Stablecoin Built on Stellar Tammy Camp entered the crypto scene back in 2011 by joining Jed

591: BestVPN – How to Protect Your Privacy In A Digital Age

http://larryhefner.com/2016/03/ 591: Best VPN – How to Protect Your Privacy In A Digital Age Pete Zaborszky is a libertarian techie that has been

590: Why Noon Is The First Smart Home Lighting System That’s Actually Smart

Pregabalin mail order 590: Why Noon Is The First Smart Home Lighting System That’s Actually Smart With the growing topic of smart home devices and

589: Why Cybersecurity Training Needs a Scalpel, Not a Chainsaw

589: Why Cybersecurity Training Needs a Scalpel, Not a Chainsaw On today’s tech podcast, I invited Zvi Guterman, CEO, CloudShare, onto the

588: Why The LOT Network Gives Start-Ups Free Patents and Membership

 LOT Network (short for License on Transfer) is an international network of companies designed to proactively address the risks and costs

587: VTEX – Digital Transformation & Providing Tomorrow’s Commerce, Today

 On today’s tech podcast, I find out more about a company called VTEX. You might not have heard of but learn how

Crypto Podcast Interviews From The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Over the last few months, I have been fortunate to speak with leaders from all over the world in the blockchain space

586: Crypto Podcast – Meet Aeternity (AE), The Blockchain 3.0 Platform

 With companies offering new hires $1 million signing bonuses, demand is off the charts for blockchain talent. I recently discovered a

585: Avecto – The Tech Startup Proving That Co-CEOs Can Be Successful

 Co-CEOs, can this concept ever work? According to research, the answer is no – it almost never works. According to Paul

584: Briovation – Changing the Healthcare Industry With Blockchain

 Marcus Whitney, Nashville, TN-based investor, entrepreneur, and president of Briovation talks about blockchain and emerging developments in health technology on today’s

583: Q&A With The Tech Blog Writer – Neil Answers Listeners Questions

 Last year, Forbes featured the Tech Blog Writer Podcast in their feature, “15 Inspiring Podcasts For Professionals Of Every Stripe.” After publishing 5-7

582: Bluzelle Phase 2 – Building the New Data Economy

 Pavel Bains is the CEO of Bluzelle Networks, which builds blockchain and distributed ledger solutions for the finance industry. The last

581: PowerInbox – The Inevitable Convergence of AdTech and MarTech

Many of the world’s leading brands rely on PowerInbox email personalization and monetization to drive real engagement, revenue, and results. I wanted

580: How Patriot Boot Camp Is Turning Soldiers Into Entrepreneurs

 Patriot Boot Camp offers a series of programs under the Techstars banner that gives military veterans the tools and connections to

579: How Pypestream Is Bringing The On-Demand Economy to Enterprises

Pypestream is on a mission to make life easier by allowing businesses to connect with their customers through a secure channel, referred

578: How The Naga Group Will Revolutionize The World’s Banking Sector

 On today’s tech podcast, I talk to Benjamin Bilski from the NagaGroup. Fans of the crypto and blockchain space will probably

577: Scanmarker: Digital Highlighter Replaces Retyping By Scanning Notes

 Scanmarker looks like a highlighter pen, but it allows you to highlight text in the physical world from a book or

576: Can’t afford Adobe Sign? Try, KeepSolid Sign eSignature Software

 KeepSolid is an international product development company headquartered in New York, USA. They offer a wide range of solutions and services

575: How Tech and The Subscription Economy Is Transforming Business

 Zuora is an enterprise software company that designs SaaS applications and sells access to these applications, using a subscription business model,

574: Hack Summit 2018 – Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs)

 Deconet is the economic portal for software and a marketplace for code built on top of a decentralized and smart-contract-based registry

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