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New episodes each week with your host Marcello Sukhdeo covering the hotest tech news, trends, and informative interviews with todays leading experts!

    Red Bull wins with CITRIX technology

    Red Bull wins with CITRIX technology

    In this episode of WRLWND Radio, J. Richard Jones talks with Zoe Chilton, Head of Technical Partnerships, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing.
    Zoe leads a team managing key relationships with Aston Martin Red Bull Racing’s technical and innovation partners, based at the team’s headquarters in Milton Keynes, UK. The diverse portfolio of 14 Partnerships spans a wide range of technical capabilities and products – from some of the World’s biggest names in telecoms and IT, to leading experts in manufacturing and product development. Zoe joined Aston Martin Red Bull Racing in 2015, coming from 5 years industry experience in motorsport and high-performance engineering in the UK’s Motorsport Valley. Initially joining the Team as a Senior Partnership Manager, Zoe’s role is to liaise directly with the team’s key technical partners, and also engineering stakeholders within the business, to ensure innovation partnerships deliver the maximum value to both parties.
    Hear about the role between racing and technology, the challenges in travelling with a racing team and sharing data with all parties and how Red Bull is using technologies from CITRIX to race in 21 countries around the world for Formula 1.

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    Ep. 153 - The future of managing security services

    Ep. 153 - The future of managing security services

    The demand for security services is growing around the world. The industry itself is projected to increase by 6 per cent annually over the next few years. With such a growth, Montreal’s tech startup TrackTik Software Inc. is on a mission to provide organizations managing security guards around the world with the tools to run leaner and more responsive automated operations.
    In this episode, Marcello Sukhdeo talks with Julie Lacasse, VP of Operations at TrackTik about the future of managing security services.
    Recently, TrackTik received a Deloitte Technology Fast 50™ award, ranking it as Canada’s 11th fastest growing technology, media and telecommunications company in recognition of over 1,700 per cent revenue growth over the past four years. The company is also on LinkedIn’s list of the Top 25 Startups in Canada and placing 36th on the Canadian Business 2018 Startup 50 ranking of Canada’s Top New Growth Companies. Hear about their secret to success.
    Also, Julie talks about the challenges in the industry and what TrackTick is working on to improve their all-in-one software for the industry in data analysis and reporting.
    For more information, go to: https://www.tracktik.com.

    • 15 min
    Ep. 152 - The bombshell allegation of the "Big Hack" by China

    Ep. 152 - The bombshell allegation of the "Big Hack" by China

    In October of this year, Bloomberg Businessweek published a story about an alleged attack by Chinese spies of almost 30 US companies, including Amazon and Apple. The story reveals that the attack was done through microchips from Super Micro that were apparently planted during the manufacturing stage of motherboards that were used in servers. These servers were then sold to many US customers including the US Department of Defense.
    In the show today, Marcello Sukhdeo and Johnathan Mansour talk about the ramifications of such an attack and how Super Micro, Apple and Amazon have all denied it. To see the full story from Bloomberg, go to: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-10-04/the-big-hack-how-china-used-a-tiny-chip-to-infiltrate-america-s-top-companies.

    • 21 min
    Apple, the new BlackBerry? | 151

    Apple, the new BlackBerry? | 151

    In this episode of WRLWND Radio, Marcello Sukhdeo and Johnathan Mansour talk about the worrying signs coming out Apple. The cutback on production of the iPhone, the unaffordability of Apple products, the lack of innovation and the desperate means that Apple is employing to meet its revenue targets. Is Apple going to end up like BlackBerry?
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    Apple Products Announcement Reveals a Worrying Trend | 150

    Apple Products Announcement Reveals a Worrying Trend | 150

    By now you may have heard about the announcement from Apple about their new products - the new Macbook Air, the Mac Mini and iPad Pro. This announcement reveals a trend that Apple is on that should be concerning to us. With the price hike, Apple is pushing their products out of reach for many, and soon it will become unaffordable.
    Other than the price increase, should you upgrade? That's the burning question that we tackle on today's show.
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    • 11 min
    Fujitsu’s new ScanSnap iX1500 | 149

    Fujitsu’s new ScanSnap iX1500 | 149

    On October 17, Fujitsu Canada, Inc. announced the ScanSnap iX1500, a new flagship colour duplex model, joining the Fujitsu ScanSnap Series of document scanners.
    The core appeal of the ScanSnap Series is in its ability to effortlessly convert most office documents into PDF’s, searchable PDF’s, Word and Excel documents, and more. ScanSnap is an essential productivity tool for knowledge workers whether they are scanning to their desktop, a network folder or to a Cloud service.
    On today’s episode of WRLWND Radio, Steve Oblin, Senior Marketing Manager at Fujitsu Canada, Inc., is on the line to discuss the new iX1500 scanner, it’s new features and how it fulfills your business’s needs.
     
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