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969: The Blue Yeti X Microphone For Streamers and Podcasters

September 17th, 2019


Blue Microphones is part of the Logitech International portfolio of brands. Regular listeners will be familiar with the range of microphones such as …

968: InsureTech - Purpose-Built AI Solutions for Commercial Insurance

September 16th, 2019


Chisel’s purpose-built AI solution for commercial insurance reads unstructured insurance data 400 times faster than a human with greater accuracy. …

967: Fulphil - Tech to Empower Philly and Youth to Make An Impact

September 15th, 2019


Fulphil inspires and enables university students to get involved in targeting their city's toughest social issues. Students form teams and compete in …

966: Byron Reese, CEO of Gigaom Talks AI and The The Fourth Age

September 14th, 2019


Byron Reese is the CEO and Publisher of Gigaom, one of the world’s leading technology research companies, and also regularly writes at Gigaom …

965: Interview With WePay Co-Founder Rich Aberman

September 13th, 2019


Rich Aberman is the co-Founder and CSO at WePay, which is a payments partner to the platform economy. I invited him onto my daily tech podcast to share his background having started WePay as a side project on his way to …

964: Blockchain Interview - Ada Xiao, CSO of PlatON

September 12th, 2019


Ada Xiao is the Chief Strategy Officer of PlatON joins me on my daily tech podcast. We discuss how PlatON is solving the privacy and scalability …

963: Crestron - Voice Powered Meeting Rooms And Circadian Lighting

September 11th, 2019


What do Mark Zuckerberg’s home, the University of Notre Dame, the biggest casino in Reno, and Shopify’s offices all have in common? They’re are all …

962: IFA - Why Jabra Elite True Wireless Earbuds Rival Apple AirPods

September 10th, 2019


It has been a few years since true wireless earbuds arrived on the scene. They often come with onboard storage, activity tracking, heart rate monitoring, and much more. Apple's AirPod's and Huawei's FreeBuds 3 all keep …

961: IFA 2019 - Lithuanian Startup Millo Appliance

September 9th, 2019


Millo Appliances is a food-tech company on a mission to inspire the global community to adopt a healthier and more sustainable diet by developing …

960: Funding and Supporting Cybersecurity Entrepreneurs

September 8th, 2019


YL Ventures funds and supports brilliant Israeli tech entrepreneurs from seed to lead. With headquarters in Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv, YL Ventures manages $260 million and specializes in cybersecurity. It accelerates …

959: AVA Labs - Build. Ship. Disrupt finance. Repeat

September 7th, 2019


With an increasing number of enterprises looking to blockchain for business applications, the very nature of decentralization is being called into question.

The recent Senate hearings on Facebook's Libra highlight that …

958: Aries Wang, Co-Founder of Bibox Interview

September 6th, 2019


On today's tech podcast, Aries Wang, Co-Founder of Bibox sits down with me to talk about the digital asset exchange based on AI technology.

The top …

957: How ReliaQuest's GreyMatter Unifies Disparate Technologies

September 5th, 2019


Every year Forrester puts out a report with top recommendations for cybersecurity leaders. This year, Forrester listed the most persistent problems for CISOs, and introduced “vendor sprawl.” The number of security …

956: BingeWith: How to Add Audio to Your Blogs and Articles

September 4th, 2019


Alex Eremia trained as a data analyst and has experience building eCommerce and web products. Alex also worked at Google Express, where she was part of the team to create the first Google eCommerce experience for the …

955: Terminal - Building Skilled Remote Teams For Tech Companies

September 3rd, 2019


Terminal is a company that is putting a unique twist on the remote work experience. They're building offices of remote teams (not just hiring remote workers) in places they've identified as emerging innovation hubs with …

954: Development To Market with "devToM" Augmented Intelligence

September 2nd, 2019


devToM is a cloud-based, AI-powered SaaS-solution for product development designed for maker's, product owner, product managers and entrepreneurs in …

953: ZenGo The World’s First Keyless Crypto Wallet

September 1st, 2019


KZen is the company behind ZenGo, a mobile app that enables users to simplify how they secure their crypto. With conversations increasingly focussing on how to increase adoption of blockchain and crypto, I was intrigued …

952: The Significance of Mobile Based Offerings in Real Estate

August 31st, 2019


We are living in a digital world where people expect what they want and when they want it. There is a sense of immediacy and urgency in every action, purchase, and communication. This has made a massive impact on so …

951: Polymath - Head of Tokenization Graeme Moore Interview

August 30th, 2019


Polymath is a decentralized platform that makes it easy to create security tokens. The Security Token Standard (ERC1400) spearheaded by Polymath …

950: Onewheel - Ridable Technology and The Micro Mobility Industry

August 29th, 2019


E-scooters and dockless bicycles are appearing in cities' bike lanes in great numbers. Whatever your opinion, there is an incredible demand for single-occupant vehicles for people looking for an environmentally friendly …

949: The Tech Blog Writer Podcast Evolves Into Tech Talks Daily

August 28th, 2019


After nearly 1000 interviews, with some fantastic guests including household names such as Gary Vaynerchuk, William Shatner, Wendy Williams, as well …

948: Sarah Elkins On Using Technology to Bring Us Closer Together

August 27th, 2019


On my daily tech podcast, I enjoy exploring how technology is transforming businesses, reshaping industries, and even changing lives.

Today's guest …

How Citrix and NVIDIA Are Building A New Future of Work

August 26th, 2019


Every aspect of our lives and work has been transformed by technology. Businesses of all sizes all have an increasing number of devices and …

946: Jyve - The First Skills-as-a-Service Platform

August 25th, 2019


Anu Gupta has spent more than 20 years cutting her teeth in the worlds of retail, technology and private equity organizations. Currently, Anu serves …

945: Meet Silo, The Browser For A Zero Trust Web By Authentic8

August 24th, 2019


Cybersecurity is a $100 billion industry. If feels like our newsfeeds are bombarded with stories about breaches on an almost hourly basis. We are becoming increasingly aware of the costs around phishing schemes, and …

944: The Web Data Integration Bringing The World’s Data to Your Business

August 23rd, 2019


Today, trying to access and integrate web data into computer systems is done using legacy web scraping tools and techniques. These legacy approaches …

943: Looker - Big Data Analytics And Joining The Google Cloud Family

August 22nd, 2019


Businesses today are finding it increasingly valuable to share data beyond their own enterprise data warehouse — both inside and outside their organizations. Some are using data to surface key insights between …

942: How LYFETYMES Is Disrupting Party Planning With Technology

August 21st, 2019


In nearly 1,000 interviews, I thought I had covered every area in life that has been transformed by technology. But I was wrong. As I found myself …

941: How Flippa is Enabling Small Online Business Owners to Exit

August 20th, 2019


All over the world, people are discovering that it has never been easier to set up their own business. But what happens when the time comes to walk …

940: Meet Zilliqa (ZIL) The First Public Sharding Blockchain

August 19th, 2019


Zilliqa is the world's first high-throughput public blockchain platform designed to scale to thousands of transactions per second. It brings the …

939: Cyber Security - The Philosophy Behind a Zero Trust Model

August 18th, 2019


Ericom's Zero Trust Software-Defined Access is a platform that helps organizations to isolate their interactions with web & cloud services …

938: The Tech Uniting Communities and Expanding Local Businesses

August 16th, 2019


The internet has given us opportunities to connect with one another like never before. Yet, most sites we use today have barely tapped that …

937: MarTech - The Rise of Marketing AutomationTools

August 15th, 2019


Robin Alex is an expert in marketing, IT software tools and is the founder of Innovate Fast. He also has over 20 years of experience in the …

936: Talking Geospatial Databases and Fiber Maps With GeoTel

August 14th, 2019


GeoTel is the leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure data in geographic information system (GIS) and Internet-based spatial …

935: Cloudreach - How The Cloud Is Reshaping Company Cultures

August 13th, 2019


Dave Chapman, Cloud Strategist at Cloudreach joins me on my daily tech podcast. Dave has a great tech background, with 20 years' experience working …

934: Interview: Phil Dunkelberger, Nok Nok Labs

August 12th, 2019


Nok Nok Labs was founded to transform online authentication for modern computing. The company is backed by a team of security industry veterans from PGP, Netscape, PayPal & Phoenix, and have a deep experience in …

933: Solo Show - Your Host Is Flying Home

August 11th, 2019


What happened when your tech podcast host, put down the tech for a week and went off the grid? What travel apps did he use before he went away? Learn this and the answers to a few questions from the listeners.

932: Introducing Insolar - Blockchain For Business

August 9th, 2019


Insolar is building an open-source enterprise-grade blockchain platform to enable seamless interactions between companies and unlock new growth …

931: Blis - Mobile Location and Behavioral Advertising Solutions

August 8th, 2019


Blis is the global pioneer in location data. Their proprietary technology and platform is helping agencies and brands use location data to better …

930: Using Blockchain to Solve Real-World Business Problems

August 7th, 2019


The Factom® Protocol is a blockchain utilized by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and other leading …

929: Corentin Denoeud, CEO and Co-founder of Blockchain Studio

August 6th, 2019


Corentin Denoeud, CEO and Co-founder of Blockchain Studio is on a mission to increase and facilitate blockchain usage while accelerating and securing the implementation of decentralized applications for businesses. But …

928: How Talespin is Bringing VR, AR and MR to the Future of Work

August 5th, 2019


Talespin creates transformative XR (virtual, augmented, and mixed reality) business solutions. Founded in 2015, the company leverages its proprietary …

927: XStream Trucking - The Technology Behind TruckWings

August 2nd, 2019


XStream Trucking, a design and engineering company focused on connected hardware for the commercial vehicle industry that recently announced a Series A Funding.

“Fuel is often the largest cost for commercial trucking …

926: Looking Back At One Year of GDPR - Successes & Challenges

August 1st, 2019


ForgeRock is on a mission to transform the way organizations approach identity and access management. They are enabling businesses to deliver trusted digital relationships that improve the personalized customer …

925: Helping Tech Startups Emerge From Stealth Mode

July 31st, 2019


As the Founder & CEO of Aliste Marketing, Alicia Williams is the marketing professional mastermind behind the visionary concepts. She helps clients transition from unseasoned startups into unfettered successes. Her …

924 - Meet Ursa - The Artist-Centered Music Streaming Service

July 30th, 2019


Today’s streaming services offer access to every song ever recorded at the click of a button, which has changed the way we listen, but in choosing to focus almost entirely on playlists and recommendations, music has …

923: Dataiku - Your Path to Enterprise AI

July 29th, 2019


Dataiku is a leading Enterprise AI and machine learning platform. As we become more reliant on technology, Dataiku believes humans are responsible …

922: TraceLink - Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Pilot Program

July 27th, 2019


TraceLink is the world's largest integrated digital supply network, providing real-time information sharing for better patient outcomes. Leading businesses trust the TraceLink Life Sciences Cloud to deliver complete …

921: Kainos - Helping Birmingham Become A Global Digital Leader

July 26th, 2019


Kainos provides digital technology solutions that enable companies to work smarter, faster, better. Their clients are predominantly in the Public, …

920: The Rise of Solopreneurs In The Gig Economy Era

July 25th, 2019


The freelance economy provides flexibility but results in fewer relaxing vacations according to a new report from HoneyBook. New data reveals that …

919: CloudShare Virtual IT Labs Solutions

July 24th, 2019


CloudShare enables on-premise apps and solutions to use the cloud unchanged. Providing an intuitive user experience and creating turnkey solutions to …

918: Lotame - Unstacked Data Solutions

July 23rd, 2019


Lotame is the leading unstacked data solutions company that helps publishers, marketers and agencies find new customers, increase engagement, and …

917: The Story Behind The World's Largest Urban Innovation Hub

July 22nd, 2019


MaRS Discovery District is the largest innovation hub in North America. Based in Toronto, they support 1300+ startups working in cleantech, healthtech, fintech AI, and many more.

In the past couple of years, tech talent …

916: RR Donnelley From Phonebook Printer to MarTech Leader

July 20th, 2019


Many will know RR Donnelley (RRD) as the company that prints the phonebooks. However, RRD understood that the world is quickly evolving, which is why …

915: The Story Behind Nasuni & How to Get Your Cloud Ready For AI

July 19th, 2019


When the New York Times launched its first web presence, new CTO Andres Rodriguez faced a major challenge – how to scale web services from 10,000 …

914: How Tech Is Uniting Communities & Saving Lives in Mozambique

July 18th, 2019


At the end of every episode of this podcast, I say that technology works best when it brings people together. But Dayn Amade is using technology to …

Citrix Ready / ControlUp: User Experience & The Future Of Work

July 17th, 2019


Starting in the early 90s, Citrix established themselves as the key solutions provider that pioneered secure remote access, to securing app delivery …

912: SliceLabs - On-Demand Insurance For The On-Demand World

July 16th, 2019


Slice Labs Inc., the insurance engine leading tomorrow’s cloud-based, on-demand digital services ecosystems, recently announced Slice Mind, a new business unit of Slice, powered by an insight engine to help companies …

911: LastPass by LogMeIn - Research on SMBs Managing Identity

July 15th, 2019


LastPass by LogMeIn is known for managing your passwords and online life, so you don't have to. They have made going online easier and safer, and supporting all of our browsers, operating systems, and mobile devices …

910: Analyzing Billions of Digital Touch & Mouse Movements

July 13th, 2019


Contentsquare is a digital experience insights platform that helps businesses understand how and why users are interacting with their app, mobile, and web sites.

The company computes billions of touch and mouse …

909: Meet Origin - 3D Printing For Mass Production

July 12th, 2019


On today's podcast, we have a fantastic tech story. The founders of Origin are Chris Prucha (ex-Apple) and Joel Ong (ex-Google). They had the vision to change manufacturing as we know it by making 3D printing (or …

908: When Microseconds Can Mean Everything To Your Business

July 11th, 2019


Hazelcast CEO, Kelly Herrell has an inspirational story. He put himself through graduate school by working on a commercial fishing boat for 18 hours …

907: Adobe and Microsoft - The Digital Experience Makers

July 10th, 2019


Adobe recently announced that it is bringing its Document Cloud to Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics 365, making it easier for licensees of both to quickly convert files into PDFs and into Acrobat.

Adobe, working with …

906: Aerohive New Technological Advances Powered By AI and ML

July 9th, 2019


Aerohive uses Cloud Management, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence to radically simplify and secure the Access Network. Cloud-Managed …

905: xxAngels - Seeding The Next Generation of Women-Led Startups

July 8th, 2019


Elizabeth Lawler is an accomplished serial entrepreneur and C-level operator with more than two decades of success in designing, developing and leading startup organizations, with two notable exits in her rearview.

904: Solo Show - 4 Years Old, Podcast Sponsorship and Revamp

July 5th, 2019


As we approach four years of the Tech Blog Writer Podcast and approaching one thousand episodes, I feel like shaking things up a little. But I want a …

903: The Crowdfunding Platform That Tokenizes Real-World Assets

July 4th, 2019


Smartlands is a global security token issuance platform designed for the 21st-century crowdfunding. Smartlands aims to bring together token issuers and investors by creating blockchain-based securities backed by digital …

902: Startup Story - Brian Bertacini, Founder of AppSec Consulting

July 3rd, 2019


Brian Bertacini is the founder of AppSec Consulting, a cybersecurity consulting firm based in San Jose, CA and recently acquired by BSI (British …

901: How Artificial Intelligence Is Helping CPG Brands vs. Amazon

July 2nd, 2019


CPG brands account for almost half of Amazon's private label sales. Pre-Amazon, legacy CPGs would've been the beneficiary of that demand. With …

900: How To Go From Idea To A Successful Tech Startup Business

July 1st, 2019


Do you have an idea? A solution to a problem? But you don't know how to grow your good idea into a great startup? We Are Nova take cofound, invest, …

899: How Work Wallet Is Transforming Health & Safety

June 28th, 2019


In a world of audits, compliance and health and safety. How do you unite office staff, remote workers and contractors together and ensure the entire workforce supply chain is safety compliant? The days of giving someone …

898 - How The Token Economy is Reshaping The Next Retail Experience

June 27th, 2019


Amid reports of e-commerce shutdowns and slowing store sales, the global retail climate has been a chilling one. With the modern consumer no longer interested in transactional purchases at the checkout counter, retail …

897: Growing Two Unique Brands To Over 1 Million Visitors A Month

June 26th, 2019


What is the secret of creating two websites that generate over a million views a month each? This is just one of many questions I want to ask the …

896: Mikme - Bringing Studio-Grade Audio Recording to Smartphones

June 25th, 2019


Have you ever noticed how the cameras on your smartphone get getter every year, but the audio to your videos is still incredibly poor? Mikme is …

895: The Social Scientist Creating A Culture of Innovation

June 24th, 2019


Tracy Stanley is a social scientist with expertise across creativity, intrapreneurship, employee engagement, and organizational change. Her focus is on helping organizations build great places to work where creativity …

894: How AI is Changing The Content Generation Process

June 23rd, 2019


Contentstack the pioneer in API-first, headless CMS technology – accelerates and simplifies content management across today's and tomorrow's digital …

893: Exploring Data Architecture Freedom With Starburst Data

June 22nd, 2019


Starburst gives analysts the freedom to work with diverse data sets wherever their location, without compromising on performance. Using Presto, the Starburst Distribution of Presto provides fast, interactive query …

892: Hootsuite Unveils New Chatbot Building Platforms

June 21st, 2019


Hootsuite, the global leader in social media management, trusted by more than 18 million customers and employees at more than 80% of the Fortune 1000, recently announced the launch of a Google My Business app …

891: A Universal Trust Badge For The Gig and Sharing Economies

June 20th, 2019


Proud and loving dog owner, Jenny had a shocking experience when the pet sitter she hired off Craigslist stole money and faked her own death. …

890: Meet PEX - The Advanced Video & Music Analytics Platform

June 19th, 2019


Pex delivers independent video and music analytics & rights management services to enable creators, rights holders, and marketers to find, …

889: NEM Blockchain Ecosystem - NEM Ventures

June 18th, 2019


NEM (XEM) is one of the oldest blockchain platforms on the crypto landscape and has a passionate community. But, I wanted to find out more about NEM …

888: Wonolo - Why Baby Boomers Are Embracing the Gig Economy

June 17th, 2019


Fast. Flexible. Staffing Reinvented. Wonolo, which stands for “Work Now Locally,” is an on-demand staffing platform that is changing the way …

887: How Cimpress Is Building Mass Customization Businesses

June 15th, 2019


In 2014, The parent company of Vistaprint and other Web-to-print brands changed its name to Cimpress N.V. The company invested hundreds of millions …

886: Subscription Management Software & Recurring Revenue

June 14th, 2019


Four friends - Rajaraman, KPS, Krish, and Thiyagu - started Chargebee in a room in Rajaraman's apartment in Chennai, India in June 2011. The goal was to build a company together. Today, they are a global team of …

885: Challenging the Desktop & Rethinking How You Get The Job Done

June 13th, 2019


In 2010 New Day at Work was founded with a simple goal: Challenge the traditional desktop and their suppliers and rethink how employees get their job done. With the rapid increase of web-based applications vs. …

884: AI-powered Krisp Mutes All Background Noise During Calls

June 12th, 2019


2Hz, is a developer of voice and audio technologies and applications aimed at enhancing call clarity and productivity. After hearing that the company …

883: How Webroot and a Supercomputer Can Keep Us Secure

June 11th, 2019


Webroot, a Carbonite company, harnesses the cloud and machine learning to reliably predict and protect against cyber attacks in real time. Webroot secures businesses and consumers worldwide with endpoint and network …

882: YourParkingSpace - Airbnb for Parking Spaces

June 10th, 2019


Do you think that parking should be easier? Think of how you booked your last flight. Or rented a flat, booked a hotel, bought car insurance, or even …

881: Startup Story: Greg Shepard, $985M eBay Acquisitions & Beyond

June 9th, 2019


Greg Shepard is a seasoned veteran in building and running sustainable growth businesses. Greg is also a serial angel investor and startup growth …

880: Meet QEDIT, The Zero Knowledge Proof Diligence Tool

June 8th, 2019


Today's guest is Jonathan Rouach, CEO and Co-Founder of QEDIT, the enterprise solution for preserving data privacy on the blockchain. The company …

879: Google Docs Creator Finds New Startup Success With Scalyr

June 7th, 2019


Steve Newman is the Founder and Chairman of Scalyr. Steve learned to program at the age of eight and is a lifelong engineer and entrepreneur. Scalyr is the sixth company he has founded. His most recent company prior to …

878: The Decentralized Search Engine, Powered By The Community

June 6th, 2019


Presearch is an open, decentralized search engine that rewards community members with Presearch Tokens for their usage, contribution to, and promotion of the platform.

The new search engine does not store searches or …

877: The Loopring Protocol & The Future Of Decentralized Exchanges

June 5th, 2019


We have people listening in 165 countries. Some will be working in the heart of the blockchain and crypto industry. However, some will have limited knowledge and others will be emerging from hibernation after the crypto …

876: Acquia - Closing the CX Gap: Customer Experience Trends

June 4th, 2019


We're just over a year into GDPR and its clear marketers are still floundering. Consumers want personalized experiences but don't want to give up their data to get it – so what are marketers to do? Digital experience …

875: The Startup on a Mission to Make Work More Inclusive

June 3rd, 2019


As companies expand, information becomes siloed and important conversations and business decisions happen behind closed doors. Threads breaks down these barriers, ensuring better communication and business outcomes. But …

874: Signal AI - A.I. Powered Media Intelligence

June 2nd, 2019


In 2013, like many a tech giant (Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft) Signal started life with three people in a garage. The garage in question was located in Belsize Park in North London and belonged to the Benigson …

873: The Tech Helping Grads Manage and Pay Off Student Loans

June 1st, 2019


Pillar was founded to help brilliant people pay off their student debt. The startup is on a mission to make it as easy as humanly possible for people to achieve financial well-being. Pillar is starting by helping people …

872: Gary Vaynerchuk

May 31st, 2019


Before going solo, I would leave my home at 7 am and not return home until 6:30 pm. But I made the most of my commute time and found myself reading, …

871: How DHL Is Helping eCommerce Retailers & Marketplace Sellers

May 30th, 2019


DHL is the leading global brand in the logistics industry. The DHL family of divisions offer a portfolio of logistics services ranging from national …

870: Autonomic & the Transportation Mobility Cloud (TMC)

May 29th, 2019


Autonomic is building the first open cloud-based platform that connects and empowers tomorrow’s mobility systems. The Transportation Mobility Cloud will connect the diverse components of urban mobility systems — …

869: Travala - Why Blockchain is Going Places in the Travel Industry

May 28th, 2019


In 2019 alone, 843.9 million people are expected to use online travel booking services (OTA). Global revenue of OTAs is expected to reach $424.6 …

868: Concordium - The World’s First ID/KYC-Ready Blockchain

May 27th, 2019


Concordium is an open source blockchain that integrates ID-verification and is designed to allow anyone access to run applications in a secure, distributed blockchain network. Concordium aims to help users reduce …

867: The Neurophysiologist and a New Form of Biometrics

May 24th, 2019


Passwords and pins are passé. A recent study shows that at least 770 million biometric authentication applications will be downloaded worldwide by 2019. The numbers are staggering, 65% of mobile transactions will be …

866: Avanan - 25% of Phishing Emails Bypass Office 365 Security

May 23rd, 2019


Avanan is an enterprise cloud-native security firm that earlier this year raised $25 million in Series B funding from existing investors StageOne Ventures. But, recently the company also released its Global Phish Report.

865: Arpan Sheth Shares His Inspiring Tech Career Story

May 22nd, 2019


Arpan Sheth is a detail-oriented software development manager with experience building systems supporting millions of users. At Twitter, he leads engineering teams that build user-facing ad products that help Twitter …

864: Internet of Healthcare: A Future Beyond Digital Transformation

May 21st, 2019


Did you know that one-third of every dollar spent in healthcare today is used for high-volume and repetitive data-driven administrative processes? …

863: How Coda Is Making Docs as Powerful As Apps

May 20th, 2019


Coda started when they asked themselves: In a world full of applications, why do documents and spreadsheets still run everything? Why haven’t they …

862: How roOomy Is Virtually Changing The Real Estate Industry

May 19th, 2019


At roOomy, they are on a mission is to help users better visualize their space through the power of 3D, augmented and virtual reality. Buying a home is a big decision, and for both the real estate professional and the …

861: Axonius - The Most Innovative Startup 2019 Winner By RSAC

May 18th, 2019


The team at Axonius often jokingly refer to themselves as the most “boring startup” around, but their industry peers don’t see it that way. The company just so happens to be one of the hottest in cybersecurity having …

860: Heidi Jannenga Shares The Tech Startup Story Behind WebPT

May 17th, 2019


Dr. Heidi Jannenga PT, DPT, ATC/L, is the co-founder and president of WebPT, a leading rehab therapy EMR platform for enhancing patient care and …

859: Magento Imagine 2019 - Gary Specter

May 16th, 2019


Imagine started eight years ago with a grand vision: to connect the global eCommerce community. Today, it brings together 3,000+ eCommerce experts, …

858: Shoebacca - An eCommerce and Tech Success Story

May 15th, 2019


Here at Imagine 2019 event, I want to explore the role of IT in eCommerce and how a company can shift away from internal IT hassles to a customer …

857: The State of D2C Marketing in 2019 - E-commerce Benchmarks

May 14th, 2019


Here at the Magento Imagine 2019 conference, Raj Nijjer, VP of marketing at Yotpo revealed insights from a new report, “The State of D2C Marketing 2019.” The report takes a candid look at the changing marketing & …

856: Toluna - Insights on Demand For The On-Demand Economy.

May 13th, 2019


Toluna provides consumer insights designed to empower success in today's on-demand, global economy. Powered by the fusion of technology, expertise, …

855: Slice Mind - AI, Machine Learning and Behavioral Psychology

May 12th, 2019


Slice Labs Inc., the insurance engine leading tomorrow’s cloud-based, on-demand digital services ecosystems, recently announced Slice Mind, a new business unit of Slice, powered by an insight engine to help companies …

854: Cloudian - The Rise of AI, Machine Learning and IoT

May 11th, 2019


Cloudian specializes in “object storage” for enterprises, a form of unstructured data storage that eliminates the scaling limitations of traditional file storage, enabling enterprises to quickly grow deployments without …

853: The Digital Document Transformation Suite With An AI Engine

May 10th, 2019


Conga is the leader in end-to-end Digital Document Transformation. From collaboration and creation, through contract management and negotiation, to …

852: LiveIntent - The Fight Against Facebook Starts With Email

May 9th, 2019


Over the years, publishers have given much their inventory over to Facebook, and they’ve gotten dinged for it. Facebook gets revenue from user …

851: SHOWFIELDS - The Brick-and-Mortar Space For Online Brands

May 8th, 2019


We have all read about the retail apocalypse. But what if the future of retail was not e-commerce or bricks and mortar. What if it was something else?

SHOWFIELDS is a four-story, 14,707 sq ft space at 11 Bond Street in …

850: Gigster CEO Christopher Keene CEO

May 7th, 2019


Gigster accelerates the delivery of digital transformation applications, giving companies the agility to thrive in a software-defined world.

The company envisions a future where the best ideas flourish and provide great …

849: DotMusic Wins Rights to .MUSIC Domain Name Extension

May 6th, 2019


Have you ever looked up Drake, tried to go to, and realized that it has nothing to do with the artist? You'll have to go to to find his information, as even the world's most prominent artists …

848: Node40 - How to Report Cryptocurrency on Taxes

May 5th, 2019


As the crypto community dares to debate if the crypto winter is finally thawing, some will begin dreaming of Lambos again. But before you do, have you ever wondered about your responsibilities to pay taxes on your …

847: Is Templafy The Solution to Document Anarchy?

May 4th, 2019


Every day employees produce thousands of documents, presentations and emails. But they don’t always use the latest company standards. Templafy makes …

846: How Publishers Can Take Advantage of Their Data

May 3rd, 2019


In the last week, we’ve seen layoffs from major publishers like BuzzFeed, Refinery29 and Verizon. Monetization in the era of the duopoly is harder …

845: Flo by Moen - The Tech Protecting Your Home From Water Damage

May 2nd, 2019


Are you filling your smart home with CCTV cameras and burglar alarms? Did you know that the biggest threat to your home and your belongings is a water leak, not a burglar or intruder?

Flo is a first of its kind and …

844: Yext - Managing Brand Experiences Across the Digital Universe

May 1st, 2019


One of the tech trends I am repeatably reading about is how businesses should leverage technology to power digital experiences. But the questions …

843: Is The DRONAMICS Cargo Drone The Future of Air Cargo?

April 30th, 2019


DRONAMICS develops unmanned aerial systems for shipping commercial and special cargo applications. They are on a mission to democratize airfreight and lower the cost of shipping in emerging markets. To achieve this, …

842: Cleo - The Business Value of An Ecosystem Integration Platform

April 29th, 2019


Cleo, based in the suburban Chicago town of Rockford, IL, has been quietly but swiftly gaining ground by solving a big issue for companies facing IT …

841: Jumio - The Emergence of Biometric Authentication

April 28th, 2019


On today's daily tech podcast, I want to explore the timely topic of biometric authentication. Recently, Jumio – the global leader in online identity verification and biometric authentication – launched Jumio …

840: Why The Subscription Model Will Be Your Company’s Future

April 27th, 2019


I recently read a fantastic book called Subscribed: Why the Subscription Model Will Be Your Company’s Future―and What to Do About it by Tien Tzuo, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Zuora. The books talks about how we're …

839: Mastercard Sponsored Study - Insights Around Fintech Disruption

April 26th, 2019


Mastercard is a technology company in the global payments industry. It connects consumers, financial institutions, merchants, governments and …

838: BrandTotal - The Technology Behind Dark Marketing

April 25th, 2019


Have you ever noticed that Apple has a Twitter account, but never tweets? However, Apple does tweet all the time. You just don’t see it.

Social media has ushered in a new era of “dark marketing.” Today, 90% of Twitter …

837: Why AI Training Datasets Should Resemble an Assembly Line

April 24th, 2019


A recent Deloitte survey found that 76 percent of executives believe AI will substantially transform their companies within the next three years, and MIT Sloan Management Review saw that 91% of all enterprises …

836: The Union of Adobe and Magento Delivers New Commerce Cloud

April 23rd, 2019


A few weeks ago, I watched Jason Woosley on stage at the Adobe Summit reveal how Adobe was building on the $1.68B Magento acquisition by launching Adobe Commerce Cloud. One of the standout lines from the Summit was …

835: HCL Technologies Launch A Cyber Security Fusion Center

April 22nd, 2019


HCL Technologies is a next-generation global technology company that helps enterprises reimagine their businesses for the digital age. Their …

834: EdTech - The Inspirational Tech Startup Story Behind ClassDojo

April 21st, 2019


Glossier once told Fortune that 70% of sales come from word-of-mouth organic connections. While Glossier is shaping the future of beauty by …

833: AI startup Petuum Aims to Industrialize AI and Machine Learning

April 20th, 2019


Petuum provides an AI software platform that allows enterprises to design, build, experiment, customize, operate and own vertical AI solutions in a …

832: Citrix - From Digital Workspaces to Entertainment Experiences

April 19th, 2019


What does Citrix mean to you? A software company that provides server, application and desktop virtualization, networking, software as a service, and …

831: Learning Alliance And The VR Company Launch of Regatta VR

April 18th, 2019


Bill West, the founder of the Learning Alliance, has developed learning solutions for the world’s greatest companies for over 25 years, including …

830: I Am Human - Meet the World's First Cyborgs

April 17th, 2019


Taryn Southern is a woman of many talents. She is a singer/songwriter, storyteller, filmmaker, and AI artist. Regular listeners will remember that …

829: Insurtech - The Digital Insurance Group

April 16th, 2019


The Digital Insurance Group, (DIG), is a leading Insurtech innovator and a next-generation technology partner to insurers, banks, and brokers. Its …

828: Fender Play - Learn To Play The Guitar Online

April 15th, 2019


Fender Play is the complete learning app for guitar, bass and ukulele. The app features step-by-step lessons, progress tracking and exclusive online …

827: F(x)tec Unveil Smartphone with Landscape QWERTY Keyboard

April 14th, 2019


At Mobile World Congress, F(x)tec, a London-based startup dedicated to bringing back and making better well-loved features missing in current mobile phones and related devices, unveiled its first product, the Pro1, a …

826: NetMotion - Mobile Performance Management and Security

April 13th, 2019


NetMotion Software accelerates business-critical applications, hybrid networks, and mobile devices. NetMotion gives IT decision-makers robust …

825: Sphere Identity - Blockchain-Based Identity Systems

April 12th, 2019


Sphere Identity creates secure, blockchain-based identity systems. By handing control of identity back to individuals, Sphere Identity streamlines …

824: Jimmy Zhong - Unleashing the Power of Blockchain With IOST

April 11th, 2019


IOST, is an application-friendly, next-generation public blockchain infrastructure, helping decentralized app developers overcome some of the most challenging problems with mass adoption. Today it stands as the most …

823: How Tech Is Revolutionizing The Staffing & Recruiting Industry

April 10th, 2019


On this daily tech podcast, I enjoy speaking with people and sharing stories about how technology is changing our lifestyle, business and everything …

822: How Very Good Security Makes Data Unhackable

April 9th, 2019


Very Good Security (VGS) is a data security company that lets companies operate on sensitive data without the cost or liability of securing the data themselves. What makes VGS different from other data security software …

821: DutchChain’s Odyssey On Its Blockchain and AI Hackathon

April 8th, 2019


Rutger van Zuidam is the Founder and CEO of DutchChain, a leading ecosystem development agency for open digital public infrastructure and Odyssey an …

820: The Startup Story Behind Graphic Design Company Penji

April 7th, 2019


Johnathan Grzybowski, is the Chief Marketing Officer and co-founder of Penji, an on-demand graphic design service that delivers fast turnaround, …

819: Preparing For Experience-Led Digital Transformation With Isobar

April 6th, 2019


Isobar is a global agency that delivers digital transformation, powered by creativity. They solve complex business challenges through digital …

818: Sprinklr - The Social Technology Serving 1000+ Global Brands

April 5th, 2019


Sprinklr is a provider of social media and marketing management software used by more than 50% of the Fortune 50 and 9 out of 10 of Forbes’ ranking of the World’s Most Valuable Brands for 2018.

Companies like MGM use …

817: Facebook Alumni Startup - Real-Time Data Analytics Platform

April 4th, 2019


Interana is the fast and scalable event-based analytics solution to answer critical business questions about how customers behave and products are …

816: Best VPN - Privacy Tech for the Empowerment of Women

April 3rd, 2019


After spending a week talking about unique real-time personalized digital experiences, I felt it was my duty to also explore privacy in a digitally obsessed world. is a leading Virtual Private Network review …

815: Meet Contentsquare, the Digital Experience Insights platform

April 2nd, 2019


Contentsquare is a digital experience insights platform that helps businesses understand how and why visitors are interacting with their app, mobile, and websites. They compute billions of touch and mouse movements and …

814: Cognizant Interactive Is Getting Serious About Experience

April 1st, 2019


Cognizant Interactive offers a boutique style agency experience on a global scale, with solutions grounded in human insights. Cognizant Interactive …

813: EventTech - Splash Reveal Robust Integration With Adobe's Marketo

April 1st, 2019


Splash is a technology company that powers advanced in-person marketing programs for the world’s leading brands. More than half of the Fortune 500 …

812: Adobe Summit - Medallia Customer Experience Management

March 31st, 2019


Medallia is a provider of enterprise Customer Experience Management solutions, substantiated by Forrester Research. Medallia is also recognized for …

811: Accenture Interactive - The Rise of The Hyper-Relevant CMO

March 30th, 2019


A small group of innovative Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) is helping their organizations generate on average 11 percent higher shareholder return …

810: Hootsuite Integration with Adobe Experience Platform

March 29th, 2019


Hootsuite is the leader in social media management, trusted by more than 18 million customers and employees at more than 80% of the Fortune 1000. Hootsuite's unparalleled expertise, customer insights at scale, and …

809: HCL Technologies - Human Centered- Digital Transformation

March 28th, 2019


The world is witnessing immensely disruptive and yet easy to adopt next-generation technologies. This disruption combined with consumer expectations …

808: Adobe Summit - AI Technology for Marketing With Ansira

March 27th, 2019


Ansira recently announced that the company has earned three product Specializations as part of the Adobe Solution Partner Program, highlighting our …

807: How Machine Learning Impacts E-Commerce & The Customer Experience

March 26th, 2019


The Zappos Family of Companies, a subsidiary of, is a leader in online apparel and footwear sales by striving to provide shoppers the best possible service and selection. They carry millions of products from …

806: Adobe Summit 2019: Deloitte Digital

March 25th, 2019


A creative digital consultancy, Deloitte Digital helps clients see what’s possible, identify what’s valuable, and deliver on it. They focus on …

805: Blockchain Enjoys Summer Amidst Crypto Winter

March 24th, 2019


The year-long crypto winter has continued to take a toll on crypto investors’ sentiments and confidence. Take Switzerland for example, in Q4 2018 …

804: Be A Part Of The Tech Revolution Before Getting Replaced By It

March 23rd, 2019


Our newsfeeds are bombarded by blog posts and articles warning that automation and an army of robots are coming to take our jobs. Mario Arace is …

803: The Tech Startup Story Behind Viral Ideas Marketing

March 22nd, 2019


David Feinman is the CEO of a fast-growing video production company called Viral Ideas and an on-demand video editing service called Flixation, based in Philadelphia, PA.

I invited David onto the show to share his …

802: The Tech Protecting Against Disasters, Attacks & Disruption

March 21st, 2019


How the Global leader in critical event management and enterprise safety keeps people safe and businesses running. Faster.

On this daily tech …

801: LegalTech - How Quarles & Brady Is Embracing Technological Change

March 20th, 2019


For 125 years, Quarles & Brady LLP has provided quality legal services to a wide range of industries on a national stage. The firm strives to learn their clients' businesses—to see the horizons through their eyes.

800: HealthTech - The Wearable Reducing Hospital Readmissions

March 19th, 2019


Current Health (formerly snap40) is the most accurate, all-in-one wireless wearable currently approved in the U.S. and EU. The company’s proprietary algorithms continuously analyze data, along with relevant contextual …

799: Studio Graphene Founder Ritam Gandhi

March 18th, 2019


Ritam Gandhi, is the Founder and Director of Studio Graphene – a London-based company that specialises in the development of blank canvas tech products including apps, websites, AR, IoT and more. The company has …

798: Tech Podcast Q&A - You Asked, I Answer

March 17th, 2019


I take a break from interviewing tech and business leaders to answer questions from the listeners of my daily tech podcast. We talk about which countries are currently listening and where the audience to the show is …

797: Enabling Startups To Give Investors the Information They Want

March 15th, 2019


It's harder than ever for Incubators/Accelerators to get their portfolio companies funded. Investors are more demanding and want to see the numbers …

796: Meet Mya, The Conversational AI Recruitment Platform

March 14th, 2019


Founded in 2012, Mya Systems brings deep AI and NLP expertise together with recruiting domain pedigree to disrupt the recruiting operational model as we know it.

Mya Systems has established itself as a leading …

795: End-User Experience & Network Performance Monitoring

March 13th, 2019


AppNeta is the only network performance monitoring solution that delivers deep, actionable, end-to-end network performance data from the end-user …

794: Eye Tracking Tech Evaluating TV Commercials on Different Screens

March 12th, 2019


Regular listeners will remember my interview with Joseph Goldberg from Tobii Pro where we discussed how their eye tracking technology makes it …

793: Startup Story of Ex-Googler Reinventing the Photography Market

March 11th, 2019


Catalog is a platform that helps digitally native businesses produce branded content at scale to supercharge their online presence. They provide businesses with all the content they need by modernizing the production …

792: Moby Psi ψ OTG. The First Off-The-Grid, Standalone Retail Pod

March 10th, 2019


Tens of thousands of small local stores have been forced to close down over the last few decades and have been Replaced by giant, soul-less …

791: The Marco Polo Network: Driving Innovation in Trade Finance

March 8th, 2019


On my daily tech podcast, I often talk about new solutions that leverage technology. But today, I wanted to explore the world of Blockchain …

790: GlobalTranz, The Technology-Driven Freight Brokerage Company

March 7th, 2019


Specializing in LTL, full truckload, expedited and managed transportation solutions. I wanted to learn more about how the company is leading the …

789: How edX is Transforming Online and Classroom Learning

March 6th, 2019


EdX is a nonprofit, open-source learning destination offering online educational programs and courses at in alliance with more than 130 member institutions, composed of both leading global universities and …

788: Arkose Labs - Solving The Multi-Million Online Fraud Problem

March 5th, 2019


I recently discovered some incredibly interesting work by Arkose Labs in the sector of online fraud & abuse prevention. Essentially they are helping companies across industries including online marketplaces, …

787: How Cryptowerk Helps Businesses Fight Fraud with Blockchains

March 4th, 2019


Admiral Michael S. Rogers of the U.S. Navy and Director of the NSA recently said that data tampering could become the greatest cybersecurity threat …

786: Your Social Voice: Social Media Lead Generation

March 3rd, 2019


Over 80% of businesses don’t know how to effectively market online, that is where Your Social Voice comes in. The company prides itself in being …

785: Mobile World Congress (MWC) Highlights

March 1st, 2019


This week, more than 109,000 visitors from 198 countries and territories attended MWC19 Barcelona, the mobile industry’s premier event. More than 55 percent of this year’s MWC attendees held senior-level positions, …

784: Semmle - The New Method of Code Analysis

February 28th, 2019


Today, developers and security teams are at odds. Developers are under the gun to publish code quickly, which could result in sloppy coding errors …

783: Monax - The Public Beta Legal Blockchain-Based Platform

February 27th, 2019


The Monax Platform is a contract lifecycle management tool which allows consumers to easily procure lawyer-tested agreements and stay in full control …

782: How Civis Analytics Is Building a Data-Driven World

February 26th, 2019


Civis Analytics helps organizations use data to gain a competitive advantage in how they identify, attract, and engage their audiences. With a …

781: Trainual - The Modern Training Manual For Growing Businesses

February 25th, 2019


Poor training almost put Chris Ronzio out of business. But this constant struggle led to the creation of Trainual. After working directly with …

780: How Poor Information Management Is Damaging Productivity

February 24th, 2019


M-Files provides a next-generation intelligent information management platform that improves business performance by helping people find and use information more effectively. Unlike traditional enterprise content …

779: Blockchain Development Ethics & The Rising Demand for Talent

February 22nd, 2019


As the leading provider of blockchain education, B9lab is at the cutting edge of all new protocols and advancements in the blockchain space. Their …

778: Zestful - Transforming Employee Perks and Rewards Programs

February 21st, 2019


Zestful recently conducted a nationwide survey asking people if they would prefer a $130k salary, or a $100k salary plus Netflix, HBO, Hulu, Spotify, …

777: Dexcom - Wireless Blood Glucose Monitoring

February 20th, 2019


Dexcom is the leader in continuous glucose monitoring for people with diabetes.

Released in June 2018, the Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitoring system uses a small sensor placed on a patient’s lower abdomen that …

776: HubSpot - From Startup to a Successful Public Company

February 19th, 2019


HubSpot is a leading growth platform with thousands of customers around the world. Comprised of Marketing Hub, Sales Hub, Service Hub, and a powerful …

775: LBRY: The Decentralized Sharing Platform Run by the Community

February 18th, 2019


LBRY is building the ultimate content distribution protocol. This protocol combines blockchain, P2P data distribution, and good old fashioned …

774: Bridging the Tech Skills Gap With A Technology Conversion Course

February 17th, 2019


Tech is transforming, underpinning every sector, driving growth and enabling innovation. It should follow that tech careers are changing too, …

773: How Digix is Combining The Security of Gold and Access of Crypto

February 16th, 2019


As a potential trade war between China and the United States looms and confusion surrounding Brexit mounts, the strength of traditional fiat currencies such as the Euro and Pound Sterling are being called into question.

772: ICM Partners - Ted Chervin On The Evolution of Television

February 15th, 2019


On each episode of this daily tech podcast, I explore how technology is transforming every industry. Today, I wanted to explore the impacts that …

771: How Agiloft is Bringing Order to Legal Tech

February 14th, 2019


Agiloft’s powerful contract management solution helps corporate legal professionals to mitigate their contract compliance risk, drive consistency and …

770: Voicea Eases Your Need to Attend Every Meeting At Work

February 13th, 2019


Voicea, the voice collaboration platform is launching a new offering to help people attend fewer meetings.

Voicea is powered by an Enterprise Voice …

769: Dentons - Smart Cities & Communities Initiative and Think Tank

February 12th, 2019


Dentons is the world’s largest law firm and recognized by prominent business and legal publications for its innovations in client service. But, they …

768: Real-Time Email Personalization Made Simple and Scalable

February 11th, 2019


We appear to be entering a period of expansive email marketing platforms, Adobe’s acquisition of Marketo, Salesforce’s acquisition of Rebel, and Twilio’s acquisition of SendGrid. Last year Campaign Monitor merged with …

767: CrashCourse by Teach Aids - Concussion Education Using VR

February 10th, 2019


1 in 5 High School athletes will get a concussion and more than 2.5 million young people suffer a concussion in the United States each year. With …

766: Renata Mihich, Managing Director, DHL Global Forwarding (DGF)

February 8th, 2019


DHL is the leading global brand in the logistics industry. The DHL family of divisions offer a portfolio of logistics services ranging from national …

765: Dentons - Autonomous Vehicles and the Driverless Commute

February 7th, 2019


Law firms and lawyers have a reputation for being slow to adapt to the new digital world. But, as clients begin to demand better technology and …

764: Xactly Corporation - Sales Performance Management

February 6th, 2019



Xactly was recently named a Leader by Gartner Inc. in the 2019 Magic Quadrant for Sales Performance Management (SPM). This recognition underscores the platform’s unique ability to drive sales performance improvements …

763: EverythingBenefits: Employee Benefits Administration

February 5th, 2019


On this daily tech podcast, I enjoy exploring how technology is transforming multiple industries, especially in areas that you don't associate with …

762: Dr. Kerry Burnight - Chief Gerontologist at GrandPad

February 4th, 2019


By 2050, older people will outnumber the young for the first time. It is also estimated that there will be over one billion people over the age of 60 …

761: Aeternity - Can Blockchain and GDPR Be Compatible?

February 3rd, 2019


A recent report highlighted that 74% of blockchain firms in the United Kingdom cite regulatory issues as being one of their key concerns. This …

760: Dash Core Team CEO Ryan Taylor - What's Next For DashPay?

February 1st, 2019


Blockchain technology Companies in Greater Phoenix have found success and security while innovating in this emerging technology sector and …

759: Trusona Reveal Plans To Eliminate Passwords

January 31st, 2019


Last year I spoke to the founder and CEO of Trusona, Ori Eisen about being the leader of the no passwords revolution. During my tour of the Phoenix …

758: Infusionsoft Rebrands as Keap to Help Businesses Simplify Growth

January 30th, 2019


During my stay in Arizona, I wanted to explore an inspirational tech startup story in the Phoenix area. Infusionsoft recently announced has rebranded the company as Keap, a name that represents the very essence of the …

757: GPEC Event - Todd Davis, Founder of LifeLock

January 29th, 2019


The tech media often takes great delight in revealing the exit numbers for startup founders. It could leave you thinking that all you need is one …

756: DataStax - How Retailers Can Address Consumer Expectations

January 28th, 2019


New data from DataStax has found that consumer patience for retail is wearing thin, especially during the holiday season where no one has time to …

755: Crypto - Horizen (formerly ZenCash) Unveil Sphere

January 27th, 2019


Horizen (formerly ZenCash) is an end-to-end-encrypted system with zero-knowledge technology over which communications, data, or value can be securely …

754: So, You've Got A DAO, Management For The 21st Century

January 25th, 2019


So, You've Got A DAO, Management For The 21st Century is a guide which covers the mindset, the skillset, and the communication skills every leader needs in this new world of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations.

Marco …

753: The Startup Solving Big Problems in the Music and Media Industry

January 24th, 2019


Qwire creates collaborative, cloud-based software that addresses significant problems with music licensing and royalty reporting common to companies …

752: Ed Kuzemchak - Understanding the Internet of Things

January 23rd, 2019


Software Design Solutions provides embedded system software development, desktop application development, and software process improvement …

751: PatientPop - The Proven Practice Growth Platform

January 22nd, 2019


On today's tech podcast I wanted to feature a Tech Startup Story that highlighted that the solution isn't as important as the problem. I also wanted …

750: How AI Enabled Drones Are Tackling The Trillion-Dollar Blind Spot

January 21st, 2019


Pensa is a leading innovator in autonomous perception systems for retail inventory visibility. Its system uses breakthrough technology –including …

749: How Grammarly Uses AI to Enhance Your Writing

January 18th, 2019


I am becoming increasingly aware that everyday services that dominate my life such as Uber, Netflix, Amazon, and Grammarly make my easier, but I do …

748: SAP Jam - How AI Will Transform Enterprise Collaboration

January 17th, 2019


SAP Jam is a cloud-based enterprise social networking suite and collaboration app that helps users connect with employees, partners, and customers. …

747: How More than 25% of all SaaS Businesses are Growing

January 16th, 2019


As Co-Founder & CEO of ProfitWell (formerly Price Intelligently), Patrick Campbell is using their proprietary industry data on 8,000+ businesses to help some of the world’s best companies (like Zapier and Wistia) …

746: The Online Therapy Platform Tackling Mental Health Issues

January 14th, 2019


Mynurva is an online therapy service that provides fast and confidential access to mental health counselling via its live video platform.

A qualified GP and Digital Health Entrepreneur, now providing fast access to …

745: AI Digital Assistant Removing Wasted Time From The Workplace

January 13th, 2019

25:05 is an artificial intelligence platform that makes all of your company's information accessible through chat.

Essentially learns the information scattered across cloud-based applications, documents, and …

744: CES - Wireless Mic Mikme Brings Studio Sound to Mobile Videos

January 11th, 2019


At CES we have heard the usual debates about which new smartphone is best. Which has the best display? the best camera? Any premium smartphone you decide to purchase will allow you to record or stream HD quality video …

743: How DataChemist Is Building Enterprise Knowledge Graphs

January 10th, 2019


Marc Cuban declared that data is the new oil. But, all-too-often huge amounts of data cannot answer the questions that actually matter to businesses. …

742: CES - Winston Privacy Unveils New Safeguard Against Surveillance

January 9th, 2019


Winston Privacy is a comprehensive internet security solution with a mission to protect consumer data on all devices, including computers, tablets, …

741: The Tech Helping Solopreneurs Out-Earn Software Engineers

January 8th, 2019


PocketSuite gives professionals to power to schedule appointments with clients, accept payment from clients, and communicate directly with clients. …

740: Campaign Monitor CMO on How GDPR Saved Email Marketing

January 7th, 2019


Campaign Monitor is a global software-as-a-service company specializing in email marketing with the mission of providing customers with the tools to …

739: Twickets - The Tech Behind Fan-to-Fan Ticket Resale

January 6th, 2019


The startup story behind Twickets, the free app & website that is enabling fans to buy at no more than face value.

Ticket scalping is negatively impacting the entire entertainment industry. When fans pay more for …

738: CES 2019 - Naran The IoT Makers of MicroBot Hub

January 5th, 2019


IoT-focused company Naran not only builds popular smart home products used by people around the globe, but has also created a software platform that …

737: Ryan Bonnici – CMO – G2 Crowd

January 4th, 2019


G2 Crowd real-time & unbiased user reviews help you objectively assess what is best for your business. Leverage the crowd, limit your risk, and get what works.

Ryan Bonnici has a unique career path. He started as a …

736: The App Helping Parents Get Kids Off Their Screens & Get Moving

January 3rd, 2019


Goya-Move Helps Parents Get Kids Off Their Screens and Get Moving. The first-of-its-kind App Allows Parents to Call a Technology Time-out Until Set …

735: CES 2019: Mojio The Leading Open Platform for Connected Cars

January 2nd, 2019


Open, scalable and hardware agnostic, Mojio is the cloud platform of choice for the deployment of secure connected car apps and services. Mojio’s platform delivers a smarter, safer and more convenient driving and …

734: The Tech Startup Eliminating The Need to Learn Coding

January 1st, 2019


On today's tech podcast, I want to share a story idea with you about Bubble, the visual programming tool that allows anyone to build a custom, a …

733: A New Year Message From The Tech Blog Writer

December 29th, 2018


After interviewing tech and business leaders throughout 2019, Neil opens himself up to questions from the listeners. In today's tech podcast Neil …

732: Secret Double Octopus Plan to Eliminate Passwords

December 28th, 2018


By 2022, Gartner’s latest report predicts 60% of large and global enterprises, and 90% of midsize enterprises (MSEs), will implement passwordless methods in more than 50% of use cases.

In its December 2018 Market Guide …

731: The Open Sourced, Enterprise-Focused Blockchain Platform

December 27th, 2018


Insolar is building an open source enterprise-grade blockchain platform to enable seamless interactions between companies and unlock new growth …

730: Mitchell Levy: The AHA Guy Turning Experts into Thought Leaders

December 26th, 2018


THiNKaha makes it easy to create compelling content that helps turn corporate experts into recognized thought leaders. Are you in need of new content to grow your thought leadership status? Don’t know where to start? …

729: Grandpad - The Tech Start-Up Helping Seniors Stay Connected

December 24th, 2018


As this podcast gets beamed all around the world at Christmas, many of you will be spending quality time with your family. There will be 3-4 generations all under one roof, but take a look around, the senior citizens …

728: Meet The World’sFirst Decentralized VPN Blockchain Project

December 23rd, 2018


In a world where choice is exploding, freedom and human rights are being limited. We are seeing a growing trend of censorship and manipulation of …

727: RivetAI, A New Suite of AI Tools for Storytellers and Filmmakers

December 21st, 2018


Today's guest on my daily tech podcast is Debajyoti (Deb) Ray, the Founder & CEO, of Rivet AI. Artificial Intelligence has applications beyond …

726: Walker Sands - Secrets of an Award Winning Tech PR Agency

December 20th, 2018


In 2001, Walker Sands set out to make an impression on businesses and the world alike. That mission prevails, as evidenced by their longstanding partnerships and expansion from Chicago to San Francisco and, most …

725: Helping IT Answer, Where Are My Things and What Are They Doing?

December 19th, 2018


On today's tech podcast, I talk to Oomnitza CEO Arthur Lozinski about "Thing management" Thing management = accurately and timely tracking every detail about the laptops, desktops, monitors, smartphones, tablets; data …

724: Alain Kapatashungu Reveals The New Mission For Frontdoor

December 18th, 2018


Frontdoor, CEO, Alain Kapatashungu shares his inspirational story and vision for the future of the Frontdoor App

Frontdoor is an enterprise SaaS …

723: The Tech Startup Story Behind Design Cuts

December 17th, 2018


Tom Ross is the founder and CEO of Design Cuts. He’s a long time creative, and lives and breathes this company! His favorite thing is to see our incredible community growing, whilst staying true to its core values. His …

722: Utopia Music - When Music Meets Data

December 16th, 2018


Utopia Music is an open platform that translates the world of music data into a form that everyone can understand and benefit from. Learn about how they are empowering and liberating the music industry like never before …

721: How Ethos Are Aiming to Modernize the Life Insurance Industry

December 15th, 2018


Ethos is a new kind of life insurance built for people who don't have time for fine print, extra doctors appointments or hidden fees. Ethos uses the …

720: Blockchain Builder OpenCrowd and the Securrency Partnership

December 14th, 2018


OpenCrowd is a design and technology firm creating custom Blockchain business solutions for global clients and early startups. For over a decade, …

719: How MeasureMatch is Transforming the Data Industry

December 13th, 2018


MeasureMatch is an on-demand professional services marketplace ecosystem. Our end-to-end platform enables direct, seamless and flexible access to a global, liquid workforce of amazing independent systems engineers and …

718: Aurora Labs - Self-Healing Software For Cars

December 12th, 2018


Aurora Labs is pioneering Self-Healing Software™ for connected cars to enable OEMs to proactively respond to future vehicle software architectures, processes, and services.

Agile user-centric software development …

717: Storyblocks Creative Trends Report Based on 85 Million Searches

December 11th, 2018


From “fake news” to the lack of diversity in the media, the creative community is hungry for more authenticity and inclusivity. An analysis of Storyblocks data indicates that creatives may be taking matters into their …

716: Lenovo and the Intelligent Transformation of the Workplace

December 10th, 2018


Christian Teismann is senior vice president and general manager of the Enterprise Business Segment for Lenovo’s PCs and smart devices. He is responsible for strategy, end-to-end customer engagement, and product …

715: Keeper Security CEO Reveals SMBs Cybersecurity Gaps

December 9th, 2018


Keeper Security deal in password management for consumers, SMBs and the enterprise. They’re preparing release a new study from the Ponemon Institute …

714: How Tech Startup HealthBank is Aiming to Improve Healthcare

December 8th, 2018


Healthbank is a Swiss co-operative company that allows individuals to own and control their own health records. What the company is currently doing …

713: 33Across - Technology Built to Capture Attention

December 7th, 2018


33Across is an advertising technology company focused on solving the challenge of consumer attention. Their Attention Platform is the first …

712: Exploring Trends and Opportunities in Mobile Advertising With PubMatic

December 6th, 2018


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

711: The Music Technologist That Ozzy Osbourne Calls "The Rocket Man"

December 5th, 2018


Few people in the world of music technology can claim the amount of experience and credits that David Frangioni has amassed. Frangioni is the …

710: Apttus Begin a New Chapter Under Thoma Bravo

December 4th, 2018


Apttus has a reputation as a global gold standard for Quote-to-Cash (QTC) and Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) solutions. Apttus’ innovations …

709: Connected2Fiber - Turning Locations Into Connections

December 3rd, 2018


Connected2Fiber Founder and CEO Ben Edmond discusses the trends impacting the future of the telecommunications industry from not only a technological …

708: Voxnest & Dax Create Audio Monetization Opportunities For Podcasters

December 2nd, 2018


On today's tech podcast, I chat with Francesco Baschieri, President of Voxnest and Founder of Spreaker.

Podcasting solution provider Voxnest, …

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

November 30th, 2018


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

706: The Smartphone Projector Uniting Different Generations of Storytelling

November 29th, 2018


Natalie Rebot is a Google software engineer turned entrepreneur that created a new device which can be used with your smartphone to upgrade traditional bedtime story telling. Moonlite is described as the first mini …

705: LegalTech - Intellectual Property Protection for Cannabis Brands

November 28th, 2018


Early in his career, Attorney Neil K. Juneja became dissatisfied with the direction of his career in the legal field. At other firms, clients are billed by the minute, treated like just another number, and too often …

704: ISG Reveal The Impact Technology Is Having on Business

November 27th, 2018


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

November 26th, 2018


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

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

November 23rd, 2018


WHIRL is a blockchain-powered “Pay It Forward” crowdfunding platform. What we do is create a whirlwind of mutual self-help around the world. Anyone can launch a campaign regardless of purpose, banking status or borders. …

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

November 22nd, 2018



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

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

November 21st, 2018


Sam Riley, CEO of Ansarada, a company helping PE/VC firms, large corporations, small companies, their advisors and everything in between manage all their business-critical events like IPOs, M&A, funding, property …

699: The Quantum Computing Threat to Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology

November 20th, 2018


Bitcoin and other blockchain powered currencies are under constant security threat from hackers and other agents

Adam Koltun, an Evangelist for the …

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

November 19th, 2018


IOHK is the leading blockchain research and development company behind top 10 cryptocurrency Cardano. They have also recently announced that it will present its research on Ouroboros Genesis at ACM Conference on …

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

November 16th, 2018


Lorem connects businesses owners to a curated, professional network of freelance website developers and designers who can build or improve their website, blog or online store. Founded in 2017, Lorem is the only …

696: Privacy, Protection and Decentralized Data - Introducing Loki

November 15th, 2018


2018 has seen major corporations fall victim to hacks and the harvesting of customer information. Millions of customers of some of the most trusted names in business: Cathay Pacific, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, have …

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

November 14th, 2018


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

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

November 13th, 2018


Podcasters, radio producers, and audiophiles are leveraging the power of social video to reach a larger audience with SpareMin’s audio-to-video …

693: How Confiant Protects Publishers'​ and Platforms'​ Reputations

November 12th, 2018


Criminals are hijacking programmatic advertising and giving publishers a bad name. Confiant protects publishers'​ and platforms'​ reputations, revenue, and resources with always-on anti-malware software that provides …

692: Why Demand For Salesforce Skills Are Outpacing Available Talent

November 11th, 2018


New Research from 10K Advisors Indicates the Salesforce Ecosystem May Be Innovating Faster Than Talent Can Keep Pace, Resulting in Great Career …

691: Neil is Back in the UK to Answer Questions From Listeners

November 10th, 2018

  1. After returning back in the UK after attending the Huawei conference in Rome, Neil eases back into things by answering questions from the listeners.

690: Huawei Eco-Connect Europe - Walter Ji

November 9th, 2018


As we head towards a gigabyte society and 5G connectivity is just around the corner I catch up with Walter Ji, President Huawei Western Europe. We discuss Huawei’s innovations in 5G and IoT, consumer strategy across …

689: How AdBank Are Bringing Trust and Transparency to Advertising

November 7th, 2018


Did you know that there is a hacker group receiving 5 million a day just by generating fake clicks? or that ad fraud is organized crime's 2nd most profitable source of income?

Angelo Dodaro is the co-founder and Chief …

688: The Tech Start Up Story of 3 Ex-Googlers and Cockroach Labs

November 6th, 2018


Cockroach Labs is the company behind CockroachDB, the SQL database for building global cloud services. With a mission to Make Data Easy, Cockroach Labs is led by a team of former Google engineers who have had front row …

687: Adobe - Brands Embrace AI to Deliver Personalized Digital Experiences

November 5th, 2018


Brands are speeding up investment in Artificial Intelligence to gain a competitive advantage in delivering personalized customer experiences at scale by 2020 according to Adobe research. For example, UK brands are …

686: The Duchess of Silicon Valley - Marylene Delbourg-Delphis

November 4th, 2018


Marylene Delbourg-Delphis was one of the first European women to settle in Silicon Valley. She has affectionately been called the Duchess of Silicon Valley and is known as a tech pioneer, writer, translator and serial …

685: Meet AllyO: The End to End AI Recruiter

November 3rd, 2018


AllyO is an AI technology company based in Silicon Valley. It was founded in 2016 with a simple mission - make recruiting delightful and efficient …

684: Farsight Security COO Alexa Raad: 'Adversity is a Gift'

November 2nd, 2018


Alexa Raad, COO of Farsight Security. Alexa escaped the Iranian Revolution as a teenager – she, her mother and sister caught the last cargo plane out …

683: Meet Gridwise, The Assistant for ALL Rideshare Drivers

November 1st, 2018


Most of us that have caught an Uber or Lyft will know how surge pricing can help increase the driver's earnings. But have you ever thought of how the times that events end, traffic reports, flight arrivals, weather, …

682: How TP-Link Is Evolving With Our Connected Lifestyle

October 31st, 2018


As an early adopter of tech, it's easy to find yourself with a wide range of hubs and bridges to keep your smart home devices connected in a highly fragmented marketplace. The days of having just a laptop, smartphone …

681: How South Korea is Helping Bring Blockchain Into The Mainstream

October 30th, 2018


While the value of blockchain often lies in its potential rather than its real-time use, South Korea has gradually emerged as a global leader in real-world blockchain applications.

In August, the government announced …

680: Magecart Malware - Is It Time to Question the Effectiveness of PCI DSS?

October 29th, 2018


A quick look at the recent news headlines reveales that the payments industry has been under attack. When I delved deeper into this story, I found a recent survey that also revealed that a mass majority (84%) of …

679: Disruptive Analysis With Dean Bubley

October 28th, 2018


Dean Bubley is a prominent, influential & outspoken technology industry analyst and consultant, specialising in the telecoms, mobile and wireless …

678: How Augmented Reality Brings Traditional Storytelling To Life

October 27th, 2018


Live Animations is an international IT company specializing in the development of innovative products with augmented reality (AR) for children.

Live Animations has released 4 world-famous children's books with Little …

677: Introducing MOBI’s Family of Mobots & New Software Product Features

October 26th, 2018


Mobility Management Software (MMS) leader MOBI recently announced new updates to its software product aimed at connecting all mobile technologies and …

676: Type More, Switch Apps Less With Fleksy, The World's Fastest Keyboard

October 25th, 2018


As someone that spends far too much time on my smartphone, I often get frustrated by having to switch apps when responding to messages across WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage, and so many other time-sucking …

675: How Levy and E15 Leverage Technology to Enhance Guest Experiences

October 24th, 2018


When you are enjoying a sports game in a venue with 40,000 other fans enjoying a hot dog and a cold drink, have you ever thought of the tech working …

674: Zinc: The Tech Serving the Millions of Unsung “Deskless” Workers

October 23rd, 2018


Zinc and Field Technologies Online recently announced findings from a new report “Effective Enterprise Communication: The Foundation Of Strategic …

673: Adding AR, VR, AI and ETH Smart Contracts Into the Creative Process

October 22nd, 2018


Taryn Southern, singer/songwriter, filmmaker, and artist, recently announced the release of her pop album titled I AM AI. The first ever musical …

672: Making Technology Accessible to People Who Otherwise Would be Left Behind

October 21st, 2018


For everyone listening in Western Europe and The US, many will be getting excited about the holiday season and picking up one of the latest one …

671 Varsity Tutors - On-Demand Help on Any Device in 15 Seconds

October 20th, 2018


Varsity Tutors is a Live Learning Platform that seamlessly connects experts and learners in any subject, anywhere, at any time. To date, students have accessed nearly four million hours of live instruction on the …

670: How SparkFund Is Optimizing Energy Technology for Commercial Spaces

October 19th, 2018


SparkFund powers organizations by providing access to the latest energy technology in a new and better way - through a simple monthly subscription …

669: Orbs - The Hybrid Blockchain. Extreme Scale With NextGen Security

October 18th, 2018


Nouriel Roubini, Bill Clinton’s former senior economist, recently said that the decline in the value of Ethereum was expected due to its lack of active decentralized applications (dApps) claiming that ‘75% of dApps are …

668: Urban FT - Why This FinTech Company is in a League of its Own

October 17th, 2018


This entrepreneur’s radical, renegade-style approach to product development has sparked the success of a FinTech company in a league of its own

Mark Kilpatrick was raised in Stevenson, Washington, a community of …

667: HealthTech: Snap40 - The AI-Powered Patient Monitoring Solution

October 16th, 2018


snap40 is an AI-enabled healthcare company with the mission to protect the health of every human being. The company recently announced that it has secured $8 million in seed financing led by ADV, with participation from …

666: Evvnt - How Event Tech Is Promoting Your Event Online

October 15th, 2018


Facebook recently released yet another app, this time to track events. It enables marketers to set up app event tracking without having to add code but the problem is nobody is using it. Do you know how many events are …

665: Optymyze, Three-Time Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for SPM

October 14th, 2018


I chat with John Ristuccia, Vice President, Professional Services at sales ops firm Optymyze, on my daily tech podcast.

I want to find out more about …

664: The Global Tech Company Providing Technology-Enabled BPO Solutions

October 13th, 2018


iQor is a managed services provider of customer engagement and technology-enabled BPO solutions. With 45,000 employees in 18 countries. It is also …

663: The Blockchain-Based Platform Personalizing Shopper Engagement

October 12th, 2018


Universal Reward Protocol is a blockchain-based protocol where retailers can reward shoppers for any shopping behavior, online and offline (store …

662: Rossignol - A Digital Transformation Story

October 11th, 2018


At this years Magento Live, the theme of the event was how traditional brands were using technology to drive experience-driven commerce.

For example, …

661: DC Thomson - Publishing Newspapers and Magazines In A Digital World

October 10th, 2018


DC Thomson is a private company and one of the leading media organizations in the UK. It is headquartered in Dundee, Scotland, with a London base in the world-famous Fleet Street. The company publishes newspapers, …

660: MagentoLive Europe 2018 - Interview With Mark Lavelle

October 9th, 2018


Adobe today unveiled its vision and strategy to make every experience shoppable by integrating Magento Commerce Cloud into Adobe Experience Cloud, enabling enterprise companies to create highly engaging, personalized …

659: The Platform Using Blockchain and Crypto to Disrupt Game Distribution

October 8th, 2018


Ultra is building a first-class PC game publishing platform and marketplace that puts an end to the current distribution monopoly.

Founded in 2017 by …

658: Unravel DataApplication Performance Management (APM) for Big Data

October 7th, 2018


Currently, there’s only one application performance management (APM) solution for big data that correlates full-stack performance metrics while …

657: SimpleOrder by Upserve Revolutionizing The Restaurant Industry

October 6th, 2018


SimpleOrder was founded in Tel Aviv, Israel in 2012 by restaurant industry veterans who saw a critical need to bring back-of-house operations into the 21st Century.

SimpleOrder provides restaurant operators with an …

656: LaneAxis ICO (AXIS Token): Blockchain Trucking & Freight Shipping

October 5th, 2018


The trucking industry is currently reliant on outdated tech fraught with paper trails, long wait times, and numerous middlemen that take advantage of independent truckers by pitting them in race-to-the-bottom …

655: Lisk (LSK) The Go-To Platform For Developing Decentralized Applications

October 4th, 2018

Lisk is a blockchain application platform whose mission is to bring blockchain technology to the mainstream through an SDK (Sidechain Development …

654: How Curaizon is Improving Healthcare, Reducing Costs, Saving Lives

October 3rd, 2018


Did you know that text messaging has the potential to save millions of lives and billions in health care costs by ensuring patients adhere to their prescriptions?

Every day, millions of people fail to take their …

653: The Story of Tech Pioneer & IDG founder Patrick McGovern

October 2nd, 2018


IDG is the world's largest technology media company. They help their global audience make the smartest technology purchasing decisions. Like many of …

652: Kinetica - When AI Meets BI, Welcome to the Extreme Data Economy

October 1st, 2018


How do you evaluate millions of different signals when time is of the essence? This was the question that started it all.

In 2009, the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) at Fort Belvoir sought …

651: How Audio Technology Will Impact Video Streaming Platforms

September 30th, 2018


Have you ever wondered how audio technology will impact the leading video streaming platforms in the next 2 years? The Video Streaming market …

650: Greenbox Robotics - The Fully Automated Robotic Cannabis Kiosk

September 29th, 2018


Greenbox is an interactive touch-screen operated vending machine designed to make medical marijuana purchase experience both easy and efficient. Greenbox will recognize you as a new or returning customer creating a …

649: Zendure - How To Launch a Successful Kickstarter or Indiegogo Campaign

September 28th, 2018


I have received many emails from people on a tech startup journey and enjoy listening to this show because they can learn from the experiences of others. If you are listening to this show today and have your own idea …

648: Insurtech - How Technology Is Transforming The Insurance Industry

September 27th, 2018


SE2 is a leading technology and third-party administration company for the life insurance and annuities industry, that was selected as one of the “20 …

647: West Monroe Partners - Is Employee Experience (EX) the New CX?

September 26th, 2018


West Monroe Partners is known for partnering with companies to help them reimagine, build & transform their business with technology.

The company …

646: How qiibee is Increasing Customer Loyalty With Blockchain

September 25th, 2018


qiibee is a Swiss-based loyalty token protocol helping brands around the world run their loyalty programs on the blockchain. Founded in 2015 by …

645: Why AB InBev Launched An Accelerator For Sustainability Start-Ups

September 24th, 2018


On this daily tech podcast, I am passionate about learning more about some of the things in life we take for granted and also how technology is …

644: The Digital Transformation of Manchester United

September 23rd, 2018


Last year I spoke with Real Madrid and Rebel Ventures about how they won the digital El Clásico by beating Barcelona to 100 million Facebook fans. But, this year, Manchester United shoots for success with a “digital …

643: The Role of Technology In The Business For Sale Marketplace

September 21st, 2018


BizBuySell is the Internet's largest and most heavily trafficked business for sale marketplace, with more business for sale listings, more unique users, and more search activity than any other service.

The company …

642: Hip-Hop’s A3C Shines a Light on Promising Music Tech Innovators

September 20th, 2018


Have you ever experienced Conference Hangover? You return inspired but quickly realize that won't apply what you learned when you get back to the real world. But, there is a new wave of events that are changing this by …

641: How Snips Is Planning To Take Down Alexa With Privacy and Blockchain

September 19th, 2018


I recently spoke to Tara Kelly about the dangers of handing over the keys to your brand's voice to digital voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa. With voice search being a hot topic, I wanted to explore this topic …

640: CEO of Fountain Explores The Gig Economy And Industry Trends

September 18th, 2018


Keith Ryu, Founder and CEO of Fountain, a hiring and onboarding platform for hourly workers explores some of the hottest industry trends affecting …

639: Voice Search - Why You Shouldn't Give Your Brand Voice Up To Google, Amazon, Apple

September 17th, 2018


Amazon’s Alexa business is projected to be worth $10 billion by 2020. Yet, with so many businesses rushing to adopt voice apps to keep up with the trend, many are missing the mark with brand voice.

Tara Kelly, CEO of …

638: The Rise of IIoT and Artificial Intelligence In Industry

September 16th, 2018


Industrial executives and operators are faced with the challenge of doing more with less, while simultaneously reducing excessive resource …

637: How To Create A Podcast and Other Questions From Listeners

September 15th, 2018


When searching for mentorship or inspiration I have often encountered a number of expensive courses that not only emptied my wallet but also resulted …

636: NEO Smart Economy - Crypto Podcast Interview with Tamar Salant

September 14th, 2018


Regular listeners and readers will remember the moment when Antshares rebranded to NEO last year. NEO is China's first ever original and open source …

635: Smart Home Device Expert, Founder of Flo Technologies, Gabe Halimi

September 13th, 2018


Flo Technologies is on a mission to reduce water waste in homes and prevent water damage with its revolutionary Flo device. Flo’s all-in-one water …

634: How Blis is Unlocking The Power of Location

September 12th, 2018


Blis is the global leader in advanced location data technology. Their proprietary platform provides businesses with accurate location data and …

633: How Openpath Enables Staff to Access Their Office With Their Phone

September 11th, 2018


Openpath is a company that is focused on bringing the IoT solutions consumers enjoy at home to the workplace. Alex Kazerani (CEO) and James Segil …

632: How Hurdl Pixl LED Wearables Are Lighting Up The Wrists of Concertgoers

September 10th, 2018


Global brands recognize that live events are filled with potential customers, but often their approach to engagement involves techniques fraught with …

631: Aireka Harvell Shares The StartUp Story Behind Nodat

September 9th, 2018


On this daily tech podcast, CEOs learn from other CEOS and startup founders learn from others on their startup journeys. As for myself and everyone listening, we learn from them all of them

I recently received an email …

630: Startup Story: Vlad Mkrtumyan - Logic Inbound, Cofounders Connect

September 8th, 2018


Vlad Mkrtumyan, is the Founder and CEO of Logic Inbound, a digital marketing agency based in Seattle. He has been featured on,,, as well as the Blind Entrepreneur Podcast, The …

629: MarTech - Full Circle Insights and Marketing Performance Measurement

September 7th, 2018


Full Circle Insights delivers marketing and sales performance management solutions to optimize a company's marketing mix and drive more revenue. The …

628: How Cocoon Cam Plus Is Bringing Peace of Mind to Parents

September 6th, 2018


Cocoon Cam is different from other baby monitor companies. They are a venture-backed startup based in the Silicon Valley. But more importantly, they …

627: Larry Boyer and The Robot In The Next Cubicle

September 5th, 2018


Larry Boyer recently released his book, The Robot In The Next Cubicle. His book is an optimistic and useful look at the coming convergence of …

626: Meet Connatix, The Next Generation Video Platform For Publishers

September 4th, 2018


Connatix is a next-generation video platform that helps publishers deliver successful video experiences without compromise.

Gil Sommer is Head of …

625: Introducing The Mux Real-Time Streaming Dashboard

September 3rd, 2018


Mux is a software company that develops infrastructure and monitoring tools for developers and publishers of online video. 

Founded in 2015 by …

624: How Bestmile Is Fueling Strategic Growth in Autonomous Mobility

September 2nd, 2018


When we think about autonomous vehicles, we often get stuck in the noisy world of Uber vs. Waymo or the new and improved self-driving cars, but there’s a larger conversation to be had about the value of an open, …

623: Cloudeo - Revolutionizing The Global Market For Geodata With Blockchain

September 1st, 2018


Dr. Manfred Krischke is Co-Founder and CEO of CloudEO an innovative cloud-based collaboration platform and marketplace for Geo-services. In 2011 he …

622: Internxt (INXT) X Cloud - Decentralized Cloud Storage Service

August 31st, 2018


Internxt is working on disrupting thrilling industries through the use of revolutionary technology. Their first service, X Cloud, is a decentralized …

621: Startup Story: Tito - Simple, Powerful Event Software. Just Add People

August 30th, 2018


The startup story behind the simple, powerful, event software that has sold over €300M worth of tickets sold online by thousands of organisers around …

620: Hoard - Cryptocurrency Made Simple For All

August 29th, 2018


Hoard, the cryptocurrency wallet, exchange, and payments app that’s simplifying blockchain for everyone.

Hoard is a design-driven blockchain-based company that is integrating investments across cryptocurrencies and fiat …

619: How Ambrosus (AMB) Is Improving Supply Chain Transparency

August 28th, 2018


Ambrosus is a decentralized IoT network for next-generation supply-chains. The company is building a universally verifiable, community-driven ecosystem to assure the quality, safety, and origins of products using …

618: Meet Mapbox, The Location Data Platform Behind Your Favorite Apps

August 27th, 2018


Mapbox, is the leading real-time location data, mapping and design platform for developers, designers and enterprises serving over 1.1 million registered developers, and touching 350 million users every month around the …

617: Life by Design, Not by Default - Virtual Summit

August 26th, 2018


Darrah Brustein's success is an excellent example of what a life lived "by design" looks like. She has leveraged technology to work with …

616: The First US-Based Publicly Traded Blockchain Development Company

August 25th, 2018


On my daily tech podcast, I look beyond the buzzwords to find the real gold and how some businesses are leveraging future technologies today to …

615: Aelf (ELF) - The Decentralized Cloud Computing Blockchain Network

August 24th, 2018


Crypto Podcast Interview with Zhuling Chen.

Zhuling Chen is the Co-founder of aelf, the Asia-based cloud computing blockchain network. aelf is a …

614: SAP Customer Data Cloud On Bringing Trust to Marketing

August 23rd, 2018


SAP Customer Data Cloud solutions from Gigya is the industry’s only solution based on a consent-based data model. The solution helps businesses …

613: The Tech Trusted By 18 of the Top 20 Fortune 100 Companies

August 22nd, 2018


FocusVision is the only full-spectrum research technology business, with a complete suite of software solutions, to capture real-time human insights …

612: The Company Bringing Transparency and Control to the Advertising Industry

August 21st, 2018


With ad fraud, click fraud and bringing programmatic in-house becoming a hot topic in the news, I invited Visto, CEO, Kerry Bianchi onto my daily tech podcast to learn more about Visto and insights from the advertising …

611: The Inspirational FinTech Startup Story Behind Arcus

August 20th, 2018


Arcus is a fintech startup working to create better financial health for individual people and the financial institutions by using technology to …

610: How Outdoor Advertising is Driving Digital and Social Media Engagement

August 18th, 2018



In an age of relentless, singular focus on the digital, DASH TWO flies between the tangible impact of outdoor advertising and wild posting, and the …

609: How Anova Is Helping SMEs Find Their Way In The Digital World

August 17th, 2018


With years of experience from boutique to big-brand businesses and budgets, Anova has established an excellent reputation in North London due to their knowledge, professionalism, creativity, motivation, and dedication …

608: How Smule is Making Music Social, Interactive, And Collaborative Again.

August 16th, 2018


Smule is the leading social network for music powered by a family of mobile applications that allow people to play and sing songs together across the …

607: Reinventing The Document Management Process in the Age of Cloud

August 15th, 2018


I recently discovered a Danish tech startup called Templafy that beat 2500 nominees, to reach five national finalists for the Nordic Startup of the Year award.

After hearing the company announce that it has acquired …

606: SyncThink – Concussion Screening Technology & Brain Health Analytics

August 14th, 2018


SyncThink develops revolutionary eye-tracking technology analytics, now in VR headsets, that give medical professionals objective metrics for visual …

605: Aid:Tech - Blockchain for Social Impact That's A Global Game Changer

August 13th, 2018


Did you know that 2.4 billion people have no identity? Without legal identity, billions of people are without access to the social and financial services that many of us take for granted today. People without legal …

604: PropTech - How Avail Makes Leasing Easy For Landlords With Tech

August 12th, 2018


Ryan Coon is the CEO and Co-founder of Avail (formerly Rentalutions), the only all-in-one solution designed for do-it-yourself landlords and their …

603: How Pendo Helps Product Teams Create Software Customers Love

August 11th, 2018


CEO of Pendo, Todd Olson talks about how advanced NPS (Net Promoter Score) analytics is shaping the future of product management and how to retain customer loyalty and engagement in a time where customers are demanding …

602: Automation Anywhere and Robotic Process Automation

August 10th, 2018


With nearly two decades of experience in robotic process automation (RPA) technologies, the company’s CEO, Mihir Shukla, has been a leading voice and …

601: MuzeRoom The App Delivering News For The Artist You’re Listening to

August 9th, 2018


Australian based tech startup MuzeRoom recently launched an app that delivers music news for the artist you are listening to.

When streaming through Spotify, Apple Music, or Google Play MuzeRoom will automatically …

600: Lisk Academy - An Educational Platform on Blockchain Technology

August 8th, 2018


The most recent quarterly index from Upwork, identified blockchain development as the most highly coveted skill in the freelance job market, growing more than 6000% since Q1 last year. However, the sudden spike in …

599: Email Security: Why Impersonations are Still Phishers’ Weapon of Choice

August 7th, 2018


Today's guest on our tech podcast is Kevin O’Brien, CEO of GreatHorn.

Phishing continues to be a primary security problem for businesses. Think of all the spoofed emails you probably get from people asking for banking …

598: How An Unproven Entrepreneur Built a Cybersecurity Unicorn

August 6th, 2018


On today's tech podcast, I am proud to share one of the most inspirational tech startup stories I have heard after recording nearly 600 interviews. Andrew Rubin is the founding CEO of cybersecurity unicorn Illumio

597: Software Advice On How SMB Can Future-Proof Themselves With AI

August 5th, 2018


In order for businesses to maintain a competitive advantage in the years to come, SMB's need to introduce AI into their sales processes sooner rather than later.

Although AI may seem like something well beyond an SMB’s …

596: Ronan Leonard, The Mastermind Guy Shares His Startup Story

August 4th, 2018


Ronan Leonard built a video meeting (Mastermind) platform using webRTC. As he doesn't write code he went through 3 developers who could not get it to …

595: How Solar Technology Works, How Its Evolved, and the Future of Solar

August 3rd, 2018


On this show I am passionate about covering as many topics as I can about how technology is transforming multiple industries and hopefully together …

594: NFL and Sportscastr Embrace Blockchain to Connect With Fans

August 2nd, 2018


The digital transformation of sports continues to take shape As NFL embraces blockchain with the latest SportsCastr and FanChain deal. 

SportsCastr, …

593: How The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Is Revolutionizing Oil, Gas etc

August 1st, 2018


We have all heard of the internet of things and how it is beginning to transform businesses and smart cities are starting to take shape. But what …

592: Stronghold & IBM Create New Stablecoin Built on Stellar

July 31st, 2018


Tammy Camp entered the crypto scene back in 2011 by joining Jed McCaleb on the Stellar project. She has enjoyed a phenomenally successful career and …

591: Best VPN - How to Protect Your Privacy In A Digital Age

July 30th, 2018


Pete Zaborszky is a libertarian techie that has been invested in privacy since before Edward Snowden's revelations. Founded in 2013, his website has helped millions of visitors gain information on how to …

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

July 29th, 2018


With the growing topic of smart home devices and the link to consumer technology/privacy, I invited Erik Charlton onto our daily tech podcast to …

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

July 28th, 2018


On today's tech podcast, I invited Zvi Guterman, CEO, CloudShare, onto the show to talk about why organizations are falling behind on cybersecurity …

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

July 27th, 2018


LOT Network (short for License on Transfer) is an international network of companies designed to proactively address the risks and costs posed by Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs) and patent privateering. Its members …

587: VTEX - Digital Transformation & Providing Tomorrow's Commerce, Today

July 26th, 2018


On today's tech podcast, I find out more about a company called VTEX who you might not have heard of but learn how they are transforming the fortunes for some of the world's biggest brands.

VTEX is the provider of …

586: Crypto Podcast - Meet Blockchain 3.0 Platform Aeternity (AE)

July 25th, 2018


With companies offering new hires $1 million signing bonuses, demand is off the charts for blockchain talent. I recently discovered a Blockchain 3.0 platform called Aeternity (AE) that is armed with a troop of …

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

July 24th, 2018


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

584: Briovation - Changing the Healthcare Industry With Blockchain

July 23rd, 2018


Marcus Whitney, Nashville, TN-based investor, entrepreneur, and president of Briovation talks about blockchain and emerging developments in health …

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

July 20th, 2018


After publishing 5-7 interviews with tech leaders for nearly 600 episodes. Neil takes a moment to answer a few questions from the listeners of his …

582: Bluzelle Phase 2 - Building the New Data Economy

July 19th, 2018


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

581: Powerinbox And The Inevitable Convergence of AdTech and MarTech

July 18th, 2018


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

July 17th, 2018


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

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

July 16th, 2018


Pypestream is on a mission to make life easier by allowing businesses to connect with their customers through a secure channel, referred to as a "pype", to provide on-demand sales, marketing and support services.

By …

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

July 13th, 2018


On today's tech podcast, I talk to Benjamin Bilski from the NagaGroup. Fans of the crypto and blockchain space will probably be aware of the NAGA Coin but I wanted to find out more about his story and vision for the …

577: ScanMarker: Digital Highlighter Replaces Retyping By Scanning Notes

July 12th, 2018


Scanmarker looks like a highlighter pen, but it allows you to highlight text in the physical world from a book or magazine, and display on your smartphone or computer screen instantly. For students, this means no more …

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

July 11th, 2018


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

575: How Tech and The Subscription Economy Is Transforming Business

July 10th, 2018


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

Cloud-based video conferencing company Zoom Video …

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

July 9th, 2018


David reveals his valuable insights on new kinds of economic actors called decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) where communities of distributed actors/workers who bring a new form of labor and value to the …

573: Hack Summit 2018 - Riccardo "Fluffy Pony" Spagni From Monero

July 7th, 2018


Hack Summit is the world's largest virtual event and gathering of developers in history, which aims to build awareness and further the advancement of …

572: Brainshark Reveals AI-Powered Engine to Elevate Sales Coaching

July 6th, 2018


As AI percolates into the enterprise, sales organizations have distinguished themselves as early adopters – using AI, for example, to improve …

571: How AI Can Be Used to Achieve Big and Small Wins in Business

July 5th, 2018


Ople, a B2B software that uses AI to maximize the value of data, aims to solve both simple and complex challenges. Their mission is to ultimately …

570: The Digital Experience Platform for Content, Community, Commerce

July 4th, 2018


Acquia is the leading provider of cloud-based, digital experience management solutions. Forward-thinking organizations rely on Acquia to transform …

569: How Evolv Balances Security, Safety, Flow and Customer Experience

July 3rd, 2018


Mike Ellenbogen is the CEO of Evolv Technology which is transforming venue security. As adversaries shift their focus towards event arenas, threats …

568: How SendGrid Processes 40 billion Emails Per Month

July 2nd, 2018


Regular listeners might remember that I interviewed the guys at Send Grid last year. SendGrid was Founded in 2009, after graduating from the …

567: Connecting Consumers With Brands Through Digital Experiences

July 1st, 2018


Andres Angelani, CEO of Softvision, a digital services company that creates customized experiences that connect consumers to brands. Andres is originally from Buenos Aires, spent nearly 14 years at Globant, and has a …

566: How Grok Style Is Bringing Vision-Based AI Solutions to Retail

June 29th, 2018


GrokStyle is a provider of vision-based AI solutions for retail that recently announced that it has been selected by IKEA to power visual search for …

565: Zinc - Communication Technology For The Deskless Worker

June 28th, 2018


It would be tempting to put Zinc - founded by two former Yammer employees - into the same bucket with Slack, Atlassian, Microsoft Teams and the …

564: Crypto Interview: Why Streamr Aims To Be The eBay of Data Streams

June 27th, 2018


Henri Pihkala is the CEO and Co-founder of Streamr, the online marketplace for decentralized, real-time data.

Having recently partnered with both Nokia and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Streamr is essentially creating the …

563: School Installs Podcast Studios To Hone Communication & Presentation Skills

June 26th, 2018


In today's tech podcast episode, I wanted to explore the rise of podcasts as a storytelling medium and how it differentiates from the visual-focused media society is accustomed to. Audio has a major impact on one's …

562: Campaign Monitor Merges with Emma and Delivra

June 25th, 2018


Campaign Monitor merges with Emma and Delivra to launch new Campaign Monitor Brand. Could this be the most comprehensive email marketing solution …

561: Amadeus Code - AI App Enhancing The Creative Process For Songwriters

June 24th, 2018


Amadeus Code is an artificial intelligence-powered songwriting assistant. The technology is a new approach that breaks centuries of melodies down …

560: Devbridge Group - Inspirational Tech Startup Story

June 23rd, 2018


Devbridge Group is a software design and development company that partners with large enterprises in the Financial Services, Manufacturing and …

559: SessionM -The Tech Behind The Customer Data Platform

June 22nd, 2018


SessionM is a customer data and engagement platform that handles complex, large-scale personal data sets for some of the largest organizations around the globe – including enterprise brands like Nike, L’Oreal, Kimberly …

558: Meet Cinamaker - The Live Streaming & Video Production Platform

June 21st, 2018


Cinamaker recently revealed the first highly accessible pro-quality live streaming and video production platform. The intuitive interface can link up cameras of all kinds, from smartphones to DSLR cameras, and create …

557: How GPEC Is Tempting Tech Companies to Relocate To Phoenix

June 20th, 2018


The Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) is actively working to attract and grow quality tech companies and advocate for the competitiveness of Greater Phoenix. Chris Camacho, president, and CEO Greater Phoenix …

556 MyTherapy, The Pill Reminder and Medication Tracker App

June 19th, 2018


The latest app making waves is often a gimmicky, fun trend which we delete within six months of downloading it; but theMyTherapy app is one worth …

555: How Workboard Activates Smarter Strategies For Fast-Growth Startups

June 18th, 2018


Workboard is an innovative startup with the ambitious goal of creating a new category called Active Strategy Management to help the C-suite at fast-growth startups and business leaders at enterprise companies to …

554: Bug Squasher - Test Powerful Issue Tracker With One Line of Code

June 17th, 2018


Kirk Deis is a writer on Forbes, entrepreneur, and Founder/CEO of the digital marketing agency Treehouse 51. He has built two companies from the ground up and is excited to share his experiences in business and …

553: Building a Diverse Workforce With Recruiting Artificial Intelligence

June 16th, 2018


Machines are biased. Why? Because humans are biased and humans teach machines. With artificial intelligence being integrated into HR departments in an effort to take the bias out of hiring, we need to take a step back …

552: New Data Shows How STEM Learning Is On The Rise in Tech

June 15th, 2018


Thanks to technology, much of the world as we know it now will be vastly different in just a few decades. Sixty-five percent of children entering …

551: Web Performance Trends Building A Visual Internet

June 14th, 2018


Cloudinary allows any web application to manage all images in the cloud: upload, resize, crop, detect faces, Facebook & Twitter support, fast CDN delivery.

I wanted to find out more about how the company is using …

550: Omni Accelerator - The Innovation Lab for Middle Office Solutions

June 13th, 2018


Apttus Establishes Omni Accelerator, the World's First Innovation Lab for Middle Office Solutions The new research and engineering group to advance …

549: DeepBrain Chain - The AI Computing Platform Driven By Block Chain

June 12th, 2018


No one ever discusses how expensive AI programs are to run. Did you know that AI enterprises need to spend on average 30% of their funding in …

548: Guy Kawasaki - Talking Tech, Apple, Steve Jobs, Social Media & Privacy

June 11th, 2018


Guy Kawasaki possesses an extensive knowledge of innovation, entrepreneurship, social media, and marketing. First and foremost, he is an evangelist. The term comes from a Greek word that means "bringing the good news."

547: What Is A Customer Data Platform (CDP)? And Why It Matters

June 10th, 2018


Understanding and engaging with prospects and customers in a maximally relevant, personalized way across digital and human channels is an essential activity for all enterprises. However, most enterprises are only …

546: The LastPass Psychology of Passwords Report

June 9th, 2018


LastPass by LogMeIn, recently released findings of a new global survey, “Psychology of Passwords: Neglect is Helping Hackers Win,” revealing that …

545: CircleCI CEO Uses Tech To Create A Diverse & Inclusive Culture

June 8th, 2018


CircleCI is the leading platform for software innovation at scale. With intelligent automation and delivery tools, CircleCI is used by more than …

544: Oyster Protocol The Crypto With a Working Product and a Real-World Use

June 7th, 2018


On today’s podcast, I chat to Chris Garner, Chief Marketing Officer at Oyster Protocol, a website monetization and distributed storage solution built …

543: How Tech Is Changing The Freelancing and Gig Economy

June 6th, 2018


Have found yourself wondering if the gig/freelance economy could be for you or how it's impacting business owners and professionals around the world?

542: The Tech Startup That Will Change The Way You Fill Up Your Gas Tank

June 5th, 2018


Filld is a gas delivery app and service based in the Bay Area, who services fleets nationwide and just launched a pilot consumer delivery service in Seattle (they already had consumer service delivery in Silicon …

541: From The NHL To Tech: ObserveIT CEO On Insider Threats

June 4th, 2018


Mike McKee, CEO of ObserveIT reveals more about how his career as a professional hockey player enabled him to take the lessons he learned from sports and take them into the security space-- most notably the idea of …

540: How WeGo Health Are Uniting Patient Leaders and Experts

June 3rd, 2018


WEGO Health is on a mission-driven company connecting healthcare with the experience, skills, and insights of Patient Leaders. They are the world’s largest network of Patient Leaders, working across virtually all health …

539: How WorkCoin Is Reinventing Freelancing On Blockchain

June 2nd, 2018


Freelance employment makes up 34% of the U.S workforce, contributing 1.4 trillion to the nation’s economy; and it is estimated that 50% of workers …

538: Sony Discuss The New 10-inch Sony Digital Paper

June 1st, 2018


Sony Electronics continues to expand and enhance its Digital Paper product offering with the release of a new “notebook-sized” 10-inch model.

The new model (DPT-CP1) gives customers the same high-performance reading, …

537: ByHours - GPS Tech and the Microstays In Hotels Travel Trend

May 31st, 2018


On today's episode, I wanted to find out more about how technology is increasing the demand for a travel trend called microstays. Defined by …

536: New Relic - A Discussion About Digital Transformation and DevOps

May 30th, 2018


New Relic’s Chief Product Officer Jim Gochee talks about why CEOs are now fully committed to DevOps and digital transformation and how New Relic is …

535: How AI Tech Startup Audioburst Will Change How You Consume Audio Content

May 29th, 2018


Audioburst is a revolutionary AI-powered audio search platform connecting audio content and users. With the mission of organizing the world's audio …

534: The Creative Agency Creating Events To Shout About In London

May 28th, 2018


After specialising in exclusive events in unique venues throughout the capital, Shout About London is the creative agency that leading brands want to work with at the moment. After having hosted one of the most talked …

533: AIGo - Blockchain Payment Solutions Built By AI and Cognitive Experts

May 27th, 2018


Wouldn’t we all love to have a personal AI helper that is actually  smart and useful, and moreover, one that is highly personalized to your …

532: The Tech Startup Building An ‘Anti Fake News’ Media Platform

May 26th, 2018


Factmata is a London-based tech startup that uses artificial intelligence to help social media companies, publishers and advertising networks weed out fake news, hate speech, propaganda, and clickbait.

Essentially, …

531: Adobe Discuss The $1.68 billion Acquisition of Magento

May 25th, 2018


Adobe recently announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Magento Commerce, a market-leading commerce platform, for $1.68 billion.

The addition of the Magento Commerce Cloud will enable commerce to …

530: ChronoBank (Time) Launches LaborX, a Blockchain Based Job Platform

May 24th, 2018


ChronoBank is reimagining hiring for the blockchain age. Founded and based in Australia following its successful token sale of 5,400 BTC in February …

529: ClearSky Data - The Edge or the Cloud?

May 23rd, 2018


Today we have the CEO and co-founder of ClearSky, Ellen Rubin. Ellen built a career on finding people with outrageous ideas and launching companies that help bring those ideas to fruition. Her first entrepreneur …

528: IBM Watson Marketing With Inhi Cho Suh

May 22nd, 2018


Here at the Apttus Accelerate conference in San Francisco, I watched Inhi Cho Suh, the GM at IBM Watson Marketing, perform her Quote-to-Cash Innovator session. On stage, she revealed that 92% of purchases today are …

527: The Soft Skills Gap In IT Holding Companies Back from Innovation

May 21st, 2018


According to a recent study from the biz/tech consulting firm, West Monroe Partners, 1 in 3 millennial HR professionals surveyed said they …

526: BrainCorp - An AI Technology Company Creating Brain’s For Robots

May 20th, 2018


CEO of BrainCorp Dr. Eugene Izhikevich is a world-renowned computational neuroscientist turned tech entrepreneur and robotics innovator.

Known for his contributions to the theory of spiking networks, in 2005, Dr. …

525: Microsoft Business Applications - Hayden Stafford Interview

May 16th, 2018


Microsoft VP Hayden Stafford said in his Keynote at Apttus Accelerate that "It's not industries that are transforming, it’s companies transforming industries. More precisely it's people transforming those companies."

As …

524: Apttus Omni - The World's First Middle Office Platform

May 15th, 2018


Raj Verma is the Chief Operating Officer at Apttus. He is an accomplished executive with experience growing companies at scale and is chartered with growing Apttus’ business while ensuring operational excellence across …

523: R2integrated: Marketing Technology, Digital and Demand Gen Agency

May 14th, 2018


Jennifer Quinlan from R2i, discusses the future of marketing personalization in the Adobe Think Tank. She’s passionate that brands should be building …

522: Omni Reveal Their Tech Startup Story and Raising Funding From Ripple (XRP)

May 11th, 2018


Omni first appeared on my radar when Ripple, the fintech startup behind the controversial XRP token, revealed its first investment after it backed the U.S.-based storage startup through a $25 million round.

Have you …

521: MindTickle Reveal Vision Around Data-driven Sales Enablement

May 9th, 2018


The tech startup story behind MindTickle raising $27 million in Series B funding to accelerate product innovation.

When someone hears the word “sales,” it certainly doesn’t inspire the thought of “fun”. Krishna Depura, …

520: How Nozomi Networks Provides Critical Infrastructure Resilience

May 8th, 2018


Nozomi Networks is leading Industrial Control System (ICS) cybersecurity with the most comprehensive platform to deliver real-time cybersecurity and …

519: Why Pod Papers Is Turning Podcasts Into a Magazine

May 7th, 2018


Even in the era of “there’s an app for that,” our largely tech-first culture is reclaiming timeless analog elements. Today the Paper & Packaging …

518: How Adobe Analytics Is Empowering Brands to Deliver Experiences

May 5th, 2018


Long time listeners will remember that way back on episode 223, I had the pleasure of talking to Jeff Allen, the Senior Director of Adobe Analytics here on the Tech Blog Writer Podcast when I met him in Las Vegas.

At …

517: How Airbus Is Using Technology To Improve Customer Experiences

May 4th, 2018


The big trend this year is experiences over products. When I found that Dirk Erat from Airbus was at the Adobe Summit this week, I jumped at the chance to grab a quick chat with him for today's show.

Dirk is the Head of …

516: Why Ori Eisen Is Leading The No Passwords Revolution With Trusona

May 3rd, 2018


Ori Eisen is the leader of the no passwords revolution. But the founder/CEO spent the past 20 years building technology to fight online crime and …

515: How You Can Help Allianz on Their Digital Transformation Journey

May 3rd, 2018


The Allianz Group is one of the leading integrated financial services providers worldwide, serving approximately 85 million customers in more than 70 countries. On the insurance side, Allianz is the market leader in the …

514: How Mirriad Is Paving The Way In Next-Generation Advertising

May 2nd, 2018


If you are like me, you will avoid adverts at all costs. When watching TV, streaming on Netflix or recording a show, so I can start watching 20mins …

513: Vonage - The Digital Transformation and a New Era of Communications

May 1st, 2018


I recently read how the digital transformation is ushering in a new era of communications in a white paper by Vonage. Keeping the lead over the competition doesn’t mean having the best products, or lowest prices. …

512: Creating Your Own Story in Minutes with Tap by Wattpad

April 30th, 2018


From Instagram and Snapchat to social activism and IRL influencers – marketers everywhere are exploring different ways to reach Millennial and Gen Z audiences. These marketers realize that good storytelling is the only …

511: Empowering An Entire Generation of Women Tech Entrepreneurs

April 27th, 2018


It all started in New York City when Elevacao CEO and founder Marisa Warren met Karen Jacobsen, the Australian voice of Siri in your iPhone & GPS devices, in an elevator…

510: Ben Walker - Founder Of Million Dollar Transcription Business

April 26th, 2018


Transcription Outsourcing, LLC provides transcription services. They work with government agencies, single practice attorneys and physicians, as well as entire university systems to provide fast, accurate, and reliable …

509: The Power of Technology, Creativity, and an Entrepreneurial Mindset

April 25th, 2018


Steve Day started his company ideaMachine Studio in the back of a New York church in 2010, within the first year, he considered cutting his losses and most of his team quit. Fast forward to present day, ideaMachine …

508: Tackling GDPR Compliance & Building a Strategic HR Team

April 24th, 2018


I recently discovered an HR Tech company called PeopleDoc that began life in Paris but is now growing rapidly in the US with high profile clients that include Nestle, GoDaddy, and Starbucks.

At PeopleDoc they also …

507: How Polyup Is Enabling Computational Thinking and Problem Solving

April 23rd, 2018


Polyup is the world's first “casual modding” digital platform. Designed for math teachers, in particular, the visual, self-paced environment allows …

506: 3D Facial Authentication for High-Volume People Identification

April 20th, 2018


Using both 3D depth information and advanced artificial intelligence to monitor IR reflectance characteristics, SensibleVision is designed with the most stringent security requirements. Their patented face recognition …

505: Chinese Search Giant Baidu Talk About DU Recorder, Facemoji

April 19th, 2018


One of the many things I love about recording this show is busting a few myths and giving people an insight of the tech industry both inside and outside of the Silicon Valley

Today, I want to talk about The booming …

504: CloudMounter Encrypting and Protecting Cloud Services

April 18th, 2018


CloudMounter is a cloud manager that works with your cloud accounts and web servers in macOS Finder as if they were local drives. You can mount your OpenStack, OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3 and Dropbox storages and …

503: How CorkGuru Helps Restaurants Add Value To Their Wine Programs

April 17th, 2018


CorkGuru is a digital wine platform designed to help restaurants enhance their wine program and create better guest experiences. Restaurants can better manage their wine inventory which drives sales for the beverage …

502: How Zaius Is Helping Marketers Unify Their Customer Data

April 16th, 2018


Zaius is a B2C CRM has raised $30 million in Series B funding and delivers real-time, cross-channel marketing automation and attribution. But it is also built on a single customer view, for customers including online …

501: How Soundfly, Effectively Implemented A Music Education Platform

April 13th, 2018


Soundfly exists to help curious musicians anywhere achieve their musical goals. Their learning model pairs high-quality online content (courses & articles) with highly personalized 1:1 musical coaching via trained …

500: How Liberty Tax Are Using Tech & Content To Put Fun Into Taxes

April 12th, 2018


It's my final day here at the Marketing United event in Nashville, but it's also episode 500 of the show? I am grateful for being able to serve my …

499: Exploring Marketing Technologies at Marketing United by EMMA

April 11th, 2018


Marketing United is currently uniting the smartest minds in the industry to share new ideas on the future of Marketing in Nashville, Tennessee. Rather than promoting services, the event is facilitating a discussion …

498: Key Information Discuss Object Storage as a Service vs Block Storage

April 10th, 2018


Clayton Weiss is the director of cloud services for KeyInfo and discusses what trends he is seeing from his clients that are encouraging them to …

497: How Pointy Gets Local Retailers Most Obscure Products On Google

April 5th, 2018


Mark Cummins is the co-founder of Pointy, a startup that helps local retailers get their products online. Retailers just plug in a Pointy device, and the complete contents of their store is displayed online …

496: Marty Puranik, CEO of Atlantic.Net Share His Tech Startup Story

April 4th, 2018


Marty Puranik is the CEO of Atlantic.Net, a leading cloud hosting solutions provider. In the mid-1990s at the University of Florida, internet service …

495: Hotwire Global Tech Exec Heather Kernahan Shares Her Story

April 3rd, 2018


Hotwire is a global PR and communications agency dedicated to helping ambitious companies change their game, build their reputation, and stand out from the crowd. The award-winning tech agency was also named 2015 Tech …

494: - Interview with Adobe Analytics Rock Star Audrey Salerno

April 1st, 2018


Audrey Salerno is a quality-driven web analyst at who enjoys looking at data in new ways to find actionable insights and new insights into visitor engagement. However, Audrey appeared on my radar when she was …

493: Adobe Summit - Equinox & Adobe on the Future of Design

March 29th, 2018


Meredith Cooper is part of the Creative Cloud Enterprise team for Adobe and doing some great things with Equinox which is a global fitness club that has a reputation for being a provocative brand. The company sees …

492: Adobe Summit Sneaks - Intelligent Content Insights

March 28th, 2018


I have been able to get you all a sneak of an Adobe sneaks session. This project used AI that analyzes past content (in videos for EX, analyzing everything from people to objects) and it then provides recommendations …

491: Adobe Summit: Gigya Co-Founder Launches Book On The Digital Identity Crisis

March 27th, 2018


Rooly Eliezerov is the Co-Founder and President of Gigya. Regular listeners will already be familiar with Gigya, as we spoke with Jason Rose at last …

490: Yotpo Reveal A.I. Powered “Insights” Product at Shoptalk

March 26th, 2018


Yotpo is known for helping brands collect and leverage reviews and photos throughout the buyer journey to increase trust, social proof and sales.

489: CryptoMove - The Moving Target Defense Data Protection Platform

March 25th, 2018


CryptoMove is a cybersecurity startup led by a father-and-son team. After years of stealth R&D, CryptoMove launched in 2017 and already is working with paying customers in the Fortune 100, Fortune 50, and Fortune …

488: The Tech and Innovation Behind 2.7 Billion Wine Closures

March 23rd, 2018


When you open a bottle of wine this weekend, have you stopped to think of the closure on the bottle? Did you know that there are PlantCorcs™, Natural …

487: Taryn Southern On Composing Her New Album Entirely With AI

March 21st, 2018


Taryn Southern has nearly half a million YouTube subscribers and her videos have received more than 700 million views online. But the artist and digital storyteller turned to artificial intelligence to create her …

486: How UENI Is Helping Over 2 Million Local Businesses Get Online

March 20th, 2018


Have you ever searched online for hairdresser, dentist or saxophone teacher? These are just a few examples of businesses that do not have the …

485: Meet The World’s First 100% Cloud-Based Call Center Technology

March 19th, 2018


Have you ever wondered how to get crowds to check out your booth to learn more about your company at an event? What lengths would you go to capture …

484: Yext - How to Optimize Your Business For Voice Search

March 17th, 2018


Have you noticed how we are increasingly using our voice rather than fingers for searching online? This got me thinking, in 5 years from now will the SEO and website info we have invested heavily in meaningless if …

483: Digital Marketing Technology Entrepreneur Shares His Startup Story

March 16th, 2018


Marketing Town by Tech Essence is offering the next generation of campaign management, tracking, and analytics technology with their solution. But …

482: Climbing Higher With A Virtual Workforce and No Office

March 15th, 2018


Bryan Miles is CEO & Co-founder of BELAY, alongside his wife Shannon. The leading US-based, virtual solutions company has over six hundred team …

481: How Tech Is Enabling A Flexible Work & Mum Economy

March 13th, 2018


That $1000 smartphone in your pocket is capable of so much more than just endlessly scrolling down. How about putting it to better use? Changing your …

480: The FinTech Startup Using Machine Learning Disrupt Asset Management

March 12th, 2018


Pagaya is a fintech company using machine learning and data analytics to reshape the asset management space. They appeared on my radar after recently announced its launch in the U.S. with $75MM in debt financing from …

479: Noodle AI - Why Artificial Intelligence Is Not Magic. It's Data

March 11th, 2018


From global leader of Watson for IBM global business services to enterprise artificial intelligence leader Noodle AI, Stephen Pratt has a fascinating story to share.

The tech industry is filled with buzzwords, and many …

478: The Rise Of The Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO)

March 9th, 2018


According to Microsoft, an incredible 97% of consumers will leave a brand based on a negative customer experience. Meanwhile, a recent study by …

477: Jay Leopardi - How Fanstereo Is Empowering Artists and Fans

March 7th, 2018


Jay Leopardi is the co-founder and CEO of the entertainment industry’s newest lifestyle brand, Fanstereo. As an industry veteran, Leopardi had an early start in entertainment, which led to his career success as a …

476: Exploring Property or Places in VR and 360 Video With 3xplor

March 6th, 2018


360 video and virtual reality are taking the buying experience to radical new heights. With access to the full picture and the ability to completely …

475: Creating A Global Impact Through Entrepreneurship, Tech & Crypto

March 5th, 2018


Today's guest is Jesse Sullivan, the founder & CEO of Alter, a nonprofit on a mission to transform the developing world through high growth …

474: How Technology is Influencing Cupertino Electric

March 2nd, 2018


John Boncher is the CEO of Cupertino Electric, a tech-powered infrastructure, and engineering company headquartered in the West Coast. With commercial customers of all shapes and sizes in a variety of industries, …

473: From Professional Tennis To Tech Startup CEO & Lessons Learned

February 28th, 2018


Hartmut Liebel is the CEO of iQor, a managed services and solutions provider for some of the world's most well-known technology brands. But I invited …

472: How Skratch Connects Dallas Teens with Local Paying Gigs

February 27th, 2018


When was your first job? For a large majority of our teens today, they’re not working. (A decline of 30% over the last 40 years due to …

471: Ashley Boolell Explores The Dark Net In His Novel ‘Killed In’

February 24th, 2018


Has an idea ever popped into your head for a great book or TV series? Did you quickly write down your concept or did you simply forget about it? …

470: Why Former Apple CEO John Sculley Is Still In The Disruption Business

February 20th, 2018


John Sculley is one of America’s best-known business leaders, with one foot in the storied history of Apple technology and the other planted firmly …

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