The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Daily Tech Podcast. Interviews with Tech Leaders, CEOs and Entrepreneurs.
Summary: Fed up with tech hype? Looking for a tech podcast where you can learn from tech leaders and how technology is transforming multiple industries and changing the world? Tech columnist Neil C. Hughes investigates how technology is transforming both business and our lifestyle as the digital transformation of everything gathers pace. In this tech podcast, Neil interviews tech leaders, CEOs, entrepreneurs, futurists, thought leaders and the occasional celebrity about how tech tech trends such as blockchain and crypto are reshaping the world. Neil also shares startup stories in a series of startup interviews about how technology and innovation are transforming multiple industries in this favorite top rated daily tech podcast. Guests share their success stories, experiences and invaluable advice about how the latest tech trends affecting multiple industries so that both guests and listeners can learn from each other. An eclectic mix of guests that cover every aspect of the startup scene discussing Digital transformation, Venture Capital, Technology Startups, Advice and Strategy, Angel Investors, Bootstrapping, Business Ideas, Co-Founders, Blockchain, Crypto and Crowdfunding. We also look at how the digital transformation and technologies such as machine learning, automation, IoT, AI, AR, VR, NLP wearables FinTech, Edtech and how everything-on-demand are impacting businesses. If you are looking for a tech podcast or a startup podcast where you can learn something every day during your commute or workout, give us a listen and remember to say hi.
SyncThink develops revolutionary eye-tracking technology analytics, now in VR headsets, that give medical professionals objective metrics for visual attention and dynamic orientation. Based on 15 years of research and 12 granted patents, SyncThink’s first product, EYE-SYNC, is a 60-second, objective sideline assessment that uses eye tracking to evaluate for ocular motor impairments and vestibular balance dysfunction – the two most common and serious components of concussion.
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 identity are socially, financially and legally excluded. Joseph Thompson is the CEO and Co-founder of AID:Tech, the company that uses Digital Identity and Blockchain technology to revolutionize how governments, enterprises and NGOs deliver digital entitlements.
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 tenants. The platform is used by more than 200,000 landlords and tenants across the United States. Ryan has been on all sides of the rental process and has a lot to say about how technology is not only making it easier to be a landlord but also making independent landlords more attractive to prospective tenants.
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. Pendo combines product analytics and qualitative feedback to help product teams deliver software that users love. Leading SaaS are using Pendo to capture user behavior, simplify the product experience, and understand their users like never before - ultimately leading to increased engagement and adoption.
On today's tech podcast, I learn how Automation Anywhere empowers people to focus on the work that makes their companies great with robotic process automation that automates virtually anything. CEO, Mihir Shukla, has been a leading voice and visionary in developing this category. He believes in a future where automation will free up employee time to focus on what people do best – think beyond repetitive tasks, be creative and add value to the workplace.
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 display music news for the artist that is currently playing. A companion service to streaming services, MuzeRoom enhances a users listening experience by bringing them closer to the artists they love. 250K music articles a year. 1 brilliant way to filter them.
Lisk (LSK), the decentralized blockchain application platform recently launched the Lisk Academy with the goal of spreading the power of blockchain technology with an educational platform. Thomas Schouten, Head of Marketing at Lisk talks about what steps need to be taken to ensure the next generation of blockchain innovators and developers have the right platform to build relevant skill sets. We also discuss the exciting road ahead for Lisk and the long-awaited introduction of Lisk Mobile.
Today's guest on our tech podcast is Kevin O’Brien, CEO of GreatHorn who reveals why phishing continues to be a primary security problem for businesses. Kevin talks about the latest techniques criminals use, including the use of display name spoofs, social engineering techniques and increase in Business Service Impersonation attacks, where cybercriminals replicate communications from major brands like Walmart, DocuSign, and the US Postal Service.
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 Andrew’s fast and unconventional rise in Silicon Valley from a small business owner in St. Louis with little security background only five years agoto fast-tracking Illumio to “unicorn” status ijust six months after launching out of stealth in 2014 is exceptional.
In order for businesses to maintain a competitive advantage in the years to come, SMB's need to introduce AI into their sales processes. Although AI may seem like something well beyond an SMB’s needs—the truth is that AI already plays a major part in sales team operations. In fact, by 2020, 30% of all companies will employ AI to augment at least one of their primary sales processes. Software Advice is a Gartner company that was an obvious choice for me to invite onto my daily tech podcast.
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 work. I wanted to find out more about how he struggled with finding the right people to bring his vision to life and how other startup founders can learn from his experiences. We also discuss how at just 23, he helped rescue passengers and fellow staff when the cruise ship he was working on as it sank off the wild coast of South Africa.
Chris Hiller has been in the solar industry since 2002 and started off as a project foreman/ journeyman electrician running sites and builds. Currently, Chris is a solutions architect advising teams on the best approach to take with bug solar projects. Chris talks about how solar technology has evolved, how solar technology works, who benefits from solar technology, what the future of solar technology looks like, why solar implementation is increasing in popularity, and much more.
The digital transformation of sports continues to take shape As NFL embraces blockchain with the latest SportsCastr and FanChain deal. SportsCastr, is a live-streaming platform. The NFL Players Association (NFLPA), via its athlete-driven accelerator the OneTeam Collective, has acquired a minority stake in the company to power live, interactive video content for fans. FanChain is the cryptocurrency developed to connect the fragmented sports industry. Nick Schupak reveals more.
These traditional industries have been blamed for clinging to an antiquated and inefficient approach. But despite the technological challenges of these remote locations, companies are turning to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to maintain assets and collect data in real time and improve operational efficiency. In today's tech podcast episode, I want to explore how technology is transforming traditional industries and highlight challenges that you didn't even know existed.
Tammy Camp entered the crypto scene back in 2011 by joining Jed McCaleb on the Stellar project. She has enjoyed a phenomenally successful career but it's the future that she is building that really excites me. Tammy is the founder and CEO of Stronghold, which is the first Silicon Valley venture-backed fintech startup on distributed ledger technology. The exciting company is also hitting the headlines for all the right reasons and working with IBM to create a new stablecoin built on Stellar.