Category Archive for "Podcast"

712: Exploring Trends and Opportunities in Mobile Advertising With PubMatic

PubMatic is a publisher-focused sell-side platform for an open digital media future. Featuring leading omni-channel revenue automation technology for publishers and enterprise-grade

711: The Music Technologist That Ozzy Osbourne Calls “The Rocket Man”

David Frangioni is an entrepreneur, an award-winning music technologist, producer, engineer and drummer, VP of Entertainment & Digital Media for Klique, Founder

710: Apttus Begin a New Chapter Under Thoma Bravo

Apttus is the pioneer of intelligent Middle Office software solutions. Its solutions have been embraced by hundreds of mid-sized to Global 2000

709: Connected2Fiber – Turning Locations Into Connections

Launched in 2015, Connected2Fiber is a VC funded high growth SaaS company based outside of Boston, and operating globally. The Connected World,

708: Voxnest & Dax Create Audio Monetization Opportunities For Podcasters

Podcasting solution provider Voxnest, recently announced a partnership with DAX, the world’s most sophisticated digital audio advertising platform, that will bring publishers

707: Blynk – IoT for Arduino, ESP8266/32 and Raspberry Pi

On this daily tech podcast, we explore a different industry every day and how it’s being transformed by technology. Today I want

706: The Snap-On Smartphone Projector Uniting Different Generations of Storytelling

Natalie Rebot is a Google software engineer turned entrepreneur that created a new device which can be used with your smartphone to

705: LegalTech – Intellectual Property Protection for Cannabis Brands

Neil Juneja is an intellectual property lawyer based in Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon. He is the founder and managing partner at

704: ISG Reveal The Impact Technology Is Having on Business

ISG (Information Services Group) is a leading global technology research and advisory firm. A trusted business partner to more than 700 clients,

703: The Partnership Transforming The Healthcare Industry With Blockchain

On episode 584 of this podcast, I spoke with Marcus Whitney, the Nashville-based investor, entrepreneur, and president of Briovation. We discussed blockchain

702: WHIRL – The Blockchain-Powered “Pay It Forward” Crowdfunding Platform

Whirl is a completely new crowdfunding platform built on the principle of ‘Pay It Forward’. You can use Whirl to get funding

701: GYANT – How Doctors Augmented by AI Are Here to Help You

GYANT offers a suite of asynchronous virtual care solutions that were created by practicing physicians and providers. They understand that any solution

700: The Tech Startup Story Behind Ansarada’s AI Powered Platform

Sam Riley, CEO of Ansarada, a company helping PE/VC firms, large corporations, small companies, their advisors and everything in between manage all

699: The Quantum Computing Threat to Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology

The Quantum Resistant Ledger (QRL) is cryptography with longevity, a postquantum secure blockchain featuring a stateful signature scheme and unparalleled security. Unlike

698: Talking Ouroboros and Cardano With Aggelos Kiayias, IOHK Chief Scientist

IOHK is the leading blockchain research and development company behind top 10 cryptocurrency Cardano. They have also recently announced that it will

697: The Story of Lorem and How it Raised $2.5M To Build The Future Of Work

Lorem connects businesses owners to a curated, professional network of freelance website developers and designers who can build or improve their website,

696: Privacy, Protection and Decentralized Data – Introducing Loki

2018 has seen major corporations fall victim to hacks and the harvesting of customer information. Millions of customers of some of the

695: How Tobii Pro Sprint is Bringing Eye Tracking to UX Design

I recently discovered a new eye tracking tool to help UX designers create websites tailored to how people behave online. Tobii Pro

694: How Headliner is Making it Easy to Create Shareable Social Video

Can video really make a difference for your business? According to Headliner, yes. All of the big social networks are focusing more and

693: How Confiant is Protecting Publishers’​ and Platforms’​ Reputations

Programmatic technologies make it easy for criminals to use businesses to infect millions of consumers. Criminals are also hijacking programmatic advertising and giving

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