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InformationWeek editors talk with IT professionals in interviews that inform, entertain, and educate listeners on the hottest trends and biggest issues in digital business.

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Successful Analytics is All About the Infrastructure

Few areas of enterprise computing have had the business impact of analytics. Since the earliest implementation of information technology in the corporation, executives and managers have used processes and technology to analyze business activity in the hopes of doing better in the future. From the IT department's perspective, getting analytics right is one of the most important jobs there is. That's why it's so critical that IT professionals get the analytics architecture right. Unfortunately, many companies are trying to do the critical business analysis of today (and tomorrow) with yesterday's analytics architecture. According to Claudia Imhoff, there's no way you can get analytics right if you have the wrong architecture. Explaining why that's so -- and what to do about it -- makes Imhoff an InformationWeek Expert Voice. Claudia Imhoff, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert on analytics, business intelligence, and the architectures to support these initiatives. Dr. Imhoff...

25 MIN2016 NOV 16
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Successful Analytics is All About the Infrastructure

Intel's Shooting Star: Drones As a Compute Platform

Intel is in the drone business. It is, of course, in many other businesses, but on November 4 the company released a video showing a fleet of 500 drones creating an illuminated display under the control of a single operator. Besides requiring regulatory relief from aviation authorities, the demonstration required that 500 individual computers work as a unit. The drones had become a single compute platform. The idea that drones might be a compute platform used by industry, civil authorities, and entertainment companies is new but some would consider it inevitable, since drones have long been thought of as part of the Internet of Things. Anil Nanduri is one who does think of drones as a compute platform and he's the subject of this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice. Anil V. Nanduri is vice president in the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems for the Perceptual Computing Group at Intel Corporation. He's responsible for Intel’s unmanned aviatio...

33 MIN2016 NOV 8
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Intel's Shooting Star: Drones As a Compute Platform

Is Your Future Hyperconverged?

7 Keys To Building A Successful Big Data Infrastructure (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) "Hyperconverged infrastructure" sounds like the urban setting for Buck Rogers. Sure, we've been talking about it for a while, but is it a real thing or is it just a label marketing teams came up with for tried and true converged systems? In this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice, we get some answers and a look at where this futuristic-sounding technology might take us. {Image 1} Our guest this week is Stu Miniman, principal analyst at Wikibon and host of theCUBE. Stu is an active member of the networking (Ethernet and SAN), virtualization (vExpert 2011, 2012, 2013) and cloud communities. He is a proponent of linking information and people in IT by leveraging the latest tools and processes from the innovation and social media communities. Previously, Stu worked at EMC for 10 years; with a primary focus on storage networking and virtualization technologies. Prior to EMC he work...

31 MIN2016 NOV 2
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Is Your Future Hyperconverged?

A New Platform Under the Golden Arches

When you have to on-board more than 700,000 people a year, training becomes a very, very big deal. Think about it: if each of those people is earning $10 an hour and it takes 10 hours to train someone before they can be productive, then you're looking at $70 million a year in training costs. If you can shave even one hour off the average training time, then you're looking at some very real money represented in savings. That very real money is part of the reason that McDonalds Corporation pays such close attention to the technology used to train new employees for the corporate office and in franchise stores. Jack Sylvester is in charge of that technology and recently InformationWeek ran an article on the new training infrastructure McDonalds has put in place. In that new infrastructure McDonalds is using a platform from Inkling, a SaaS provider that wants companies to use documents, not files, as the atomic units of information. To explain what that means, and how McDonalds is using ...

21 MIN2016 OCT 21
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A New Platform Under the Golden Arches

Two Voices on Infrastructure Monitoring with Splunk

Sometimes you talk with an expert about their strategic view. Sometimes you talk with an expert about their tactics and tools. And once in a while, you get to talk about both when you sit down with someone who's been doing their job well for a long time. For this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice we went to the Splunk .conf2016 in Orlando, FL to talk with people who build all or part of their job strategy around intense monitoring of the computing infrastructure. We bring two of those interviews to you in this podcast -- and the two are from very different viewpoints. The first interview is with Steven Hatch, who manages the Splunk deployment at Cox Automotive, a large publisher in the automotive industry. He's using Splunk to monitor the infrastructure in 40 different data centers and serve the needs of internal customers across all the business units that employ systems in those data centers. In addition, he's working with a team to collapse those 40 data centers down to a...

31 MIN2016 OCT 8
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Two Voices on Infrastructure Monitoring with Splunk

Jessica Davis Interviews Thomas Laur of SAP Connected Health

Looking to capitalize on the opportunities for organizations in healthcare IT, enterprise applications vendor SAP this summer formed a new organization, the Connected Health group, and named Thomas Laur as the organization's new president. The new Connected Health group brings together several existing initiatives within SAP to address the healthcare market holistically, SAP said, in its announcement of its formation in August. [Looking for another use case for data visualization? Read How Data Visualization Can Improve Your Workspace.] Laur brings many years working in business and healthcare to the new role, most recently as the CEO of Sutherland Healthcare Solutions. His experience has put in in the catbird seat for observing trends in IT in general and the healthcare IT market in particular. "Healthcare globally is going through unprecedented change as a result of new medical insights, technological advancements, and the changing expectations of patients," Laur, said in a statem...

19 MIN2016 SEP 30
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Jessica Davis Interviews Thomas Laur of SAP Connected Health

An Interview with Tarlin Ray, COO of Dev Bootcamp

When your skills don't match the skills listed in the job description, what can you do? A newer option for entry level candidates and career changers are educational boot camps. These programs jam the skills you need to get the job into a short full-time course to get you up to speed quickly. Many of them also offer help with job placements once the course is complete. IT pros who are looking to move into a different functional technology area are using such courses to add new skills they need for new opportunities. And entry level candidates who don't have the technology background are attending such programs to add those skills, too. To get more insight on these educational boot camps for IT and development job seekers, we sat down with Tarlin Ray, chief operating officer of DevBootcamp, in this InformationWeek podcast. Music for this episode is "Think Tank" byDavid Hyde. Expert Voice's theme is "Parasite" byLamprey.

21 MIN2016 SEP 22
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An Interview with Tarlin Ray, COO of Dev Bootcamp

InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 4

In this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice, executive editor Curtis Franklin, Jr. talks with Martha Heller, president of Heller Search Associates. Heller is an executive recruiter, a frequent speaker on IT leadership issues, and the author of several books, most recently Be the Business: CIOs in the New Era of IT. In this wide-ranging conversation, Heller discusses the changing landscape faced bythe enterprise CIO and how the successful CIO is navigating the complex new business terrain. Title music for InformationWeek's Expert Voice is Parasite by the group Lamprey. Music for this episode is by Audionautix.

32 MIN2016 SEP 16
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InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 4

InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 3

Vimal Thomas heads IT for Yamaha Corporation of America, the North American branch of the 125-year-old maker of musical instruments. In this wide-ranging conversation he touches on the nature of IT at a creative company and how security, performance, and creativity can peacefully (and successfully) co-exist.

29 MIN2016 SEP 3
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InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 3

InformationWeek's Expert Voice: Episode 1

In this episode, InformationWeek Editor at Large Tom Claburn interviews Stuart Clarke, chief technical officer for cybersecurity at Nuix. They discuss the impact intelligent data analysis has on data security -- and why it matters to IT professionals. This in-depth interview goes far beyond one company or technology to cover the critical nature of big data analysis on enterprise security today.

19 MIN2016 AUG 26
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InformationWeek's Expert Voice: Episode 1

Latest Episodes

Successful Analytics is All About the Infrastructure

Few areas of enterprise computing have had the business impact of analytics. Since the earliest implementation of information technology in the corporation, executives and managers have used processes and technology to analyze business activity in the hopes of doing better in the future. From the IT department's perspective, getting analytics right is one of the most important jobs there is. That's why it's so critical that IT professionals get the analytics architecture right. Unfortunately, many companies are trying to do the critical business analysis of today (and tomorrow) with yesterday's analytics architecture. According to Claudia Imhoff, there's no way you can get analytics right if you have the wrong architecture. Explaining why that's so -- and what to do about it -- makes Imhoff an InformationWeek Expert Voice. Claudia Imhoff, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert on analytics, business intelligence, and the architectures to support these initiatives. Dr. Imhoff...

25 MIN2016 NOV 16
Comments
Successful Analytics is All About the Infrastructure

Intel's Shooting Star: Drones As a Compute Platform

Intel is in the drone business. It is, of course, in many other businesses, but on November 4 the company released a video showing a fleet of 500 drones creating an illuminated display under the control of a single operator. Besides requiring regulatory relief from aviation authorities, the demonstration required that 500 individual computers work as a unit. The drones had become a single compute platform. The idea that drones might be a compute platform used by industry, civil authorities, and entertainment companies is new but some would consider it inevitable, since drones have long been thought of as part of the Internet of Things. Anil Nanduri is one who does think of drones as a compute platform and he's the subject of this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice. Anil V. Nanduri is vice president in the New Technology Group and general manager of Unmanned Aviation Systems for the Perceptual Computing Group at Intel Corporation. He's responsible for Intel’s unmanned aviatio...

33 MIN2016 NOV 8
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Intel's Shooting Star: Drones As a Compute Platform

Is Your Future Hyperconverged?

7 Keys To Building A Successful Big Data Infrastructure (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) "Hyperconverged infrastructure" sounds like the urban setting for Buck Rogers. Sure, we've been talking about it for a while, but is it a real thing or is it just a label marketing teams came up with for tried and true converged systems? In this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice, we get some answers and a look at where this futuristic-sounding technology might take us. {Image 1} Our guest this week is Stu Miniman, principal analyst at Wikibon and host of theCUBE. Stu is an active member of the networking (Ethernet and SAN), virtualization (vExpert 2011, 2012, 2013) and cloud communities. He is a proponent of linking information and people in IT by leveraging the latest tools and processes from the innovation and social media communities. Previously, Stu worked at EMC for 10 years; with a primary focus on storage networking and virtualization technologies. Prior to EMC he work...

31 MIN2016 NOV 2
Comments
Is Your Future Hyperconverged?

A New Platform Under the Golden Arches

When you have to on-board more than 700,000 people a year, training becomes a very, very big deal. Think about it: if each of those people is earning $10 an hour and it takes 10 hours to train someone before they can be productive, then you're looking at $70 million a year in training costs. If you can shave even one hour off the average training time, then you're looking at some very real money represented in savings. That very real money is part of the reason that McDonalds Corporation pays such close attention to the technology used to train new employees for the corporate office and in franchise stores. Jack Sylvester is in charge of that technology and recently InformationWeek ran an article on the new training infrastructure McDonalds has put in place. In that new infrastructure McDonalds is using a platform from Inkling, a SaaS provider that wants companies to use documents, not files, as the atomic units of information. To explain what that means, and how McDonalds is using ...

21 MIN2016 OCT 21
Comments
A New Platform Under the Golden Arches

Two Voices on Infrastructure Monitoring with Splunk

Sometimes you talk with an expert about their strategic view. Sometimes you talk with an expert about their tactics and tools. And once in a while, you get to talk about both when you sit down with someone who's been doing their job well for a long time. For this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice we went to the Splunk .conf2016 in Orlando, FL to talk with people who build all or part of their job strategy around intense monitoring of the computing infrastructure. We bring two of those interviews to you in this podcast -- and the two are from very different viewpoints. The first interview is with Steven Hatch, who manages the Splunk deployment at Cox Automotive, a large publisher in the automotive industry. He's using Splunk to monitor the infrastructure in 40 different data centers and serve the needs of internal customers across all the business units that employ systems in those data centers. In addition, he's working with a team to collapse those 40 data centers down to a...

31 MIN2016 OCT 8
Comments
Two Voices on Infrastructure Monitoring with Splunk

Jessica Davis Interviews Thomas Laur of SAP Connected Health

Looking to capitalize on the opportunities for organizations in healthcare IT, enterprise applications vendor SAP this summer formed a new organization, the Connected Health group, and named Thomas Laur as the organization's new president. The new Connected Health group brings together several existing initiatives within SAP to address the healthcare market holistically, SAP said, in its announcement of its formation in August. [Looking for another use case for data visualization? Read How Data Visualization Can Improve Your Workspace.] Laur brings many years working in business and healthcare to the new role, most recently as the CEO of Sutherland Healthcare Solutions. His experience has put in in the catbird seat for observing trends in IT in general and the healthcare IT market in particular. "Healthcare globally is going through unprecedented change as a result of new medical insights, technological advancements, and the changing expectations of patients," Laur, said in a statem...

19 MIN2016 SEP 30
Comments
Jessica Davis Interviews Thomas Laur of SAP Connected Health

An Interview with Tarlin Ray, COO of Dev Bootcamp

When your skills don't match the skills listed in the job description, what can you do? A newer option for entry level candidates and career changers are educational boot camps. These programs jam the skills you need to get the job into a short full-time course to get you up to speed quickly. Many of them also offer help with job placements once the course is complete. IT pros who are looking to move into a different functional technology area are using such courses to add new skills they need for new opportunities. And entry level candidates who don't have the technology background are attending such programs to add those skills, too. To get more insight on these educational boot camps for IT and development job seekers, we sat down with Tarlin Ray, chief operating officer of DevBootcamp, in this InformationWeek podcast. Music for this episode is "Think Tank" byDavid Hyde. Expert Voice's theme is "Parasite" byLamprey.

21 MIN2016 SEP 22
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An Interview with Tarlin Ray, COO of Dev Bootcamp

InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 4

In this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice, executive editor Curtis Franklin, Jr. talks with Martha Heller, president of Heller Search Associates. Heller is an executive recruiter, a frequent speaker on IT leadership issues, and the author of several books, most recently Be the Business: CIOs in the New Era of IT. In this wide-ranging conversation, Heller discusses the changing landscape faced bythe enterprise CIO and how the successful CIO is navigating the complex new business terrain. Title music for InformationWeek's Expert Voice is Parasite by the group Lamprey. Music for this episode is by Audionautix.

32 MIN2016 SEP 16
Comments
InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 4

InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 3

Vimal Thomas heads IT for Yamaha Corporation of America, the North American branch of the 125-year-old maker of musical instruments. In this wide-ranging conversation he touches on the nature of IT at a creative company and how security, performance, and creativity can peacefully (and successfully) co-exist.

29 MIN2016 SEP 3
Comments
InformationWeek's Expert Voice, Episode 3

InformationWeek's Expert Voice: Episode 1

In this episode, InformationWeek Editor at Large Tom Claburn interviews Stuart Clarke, chief technical officer for cybersecurity at Nuix. They discuss the impact intelligent data analysis has on data security -- and why it matters to IT professionals. This in-depth interview goes far beyond one company or technology to cover the critical nature of big data analysis on enterprise security today.

19 MIN2016 AUG 26
Comments
InformationWeek's Expert Voice: Episode 1
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