13 episodes

The IT Pro Podcast is a weekly show for technology professionals and business leaders, looking at the week’s most interesting stories and discussing the issues that matter most to the UK IT community. Hosted by IT Pro reviews and community editor Adam Shepherd (@AdamShepherdUK) and features editor Jane McCallion (@JaneMcCallion), new episodes premiere every Friday. Visit ITPro.co.uk/Podcasts for more information, or follow @ITPro for regular updates.

The IT Pro Podcast IT Pro

    • Technology

The IT Pro Podcast is a weekly show for technology professionals and business leaders, looking at the week’s most interesting stories and discussing the issues that matter most to the UK IT community. Hosted by IT Pro reviews and community editor Adam Shepherd (@AdamShepherdUK) and features editor Jane McCallion (@JaneMcCallion), new episodes premiere every Friday. Visit ITPro.co.uk/Podcasts for more information, or follow @ITPro for regular updates.

    DevOps for fun and profit

    DevOps for fun and profit

    Software development is changing, and companies are adopting newer and more agile methods, using DevOps practises to build cloud-native applications in a faster and more effective manner.
    In this week’s IT Pro Podcast, we’re joined by Jon Topper, founder and CEO of The Scale Factory, to learn more about how enterprises can make their cloud deployments a success and implement DevOps methodologies to supercharge their development lifecycles.

    • 30 min
    Farewell Windows 7

    Farewell Windows 7

    This week marks the end of an era, as we say goodbye to one of the most beloved operating systems of all time: Windows 7. Microsoft has ceased mainstream support for the OS after more than a decade, despite its enduring popularity.

    In this episode, we’re looking back at Windows 7’s legacy, including its history and what made it so indispensable for businesses. We also tackle the issue of what organisations who haven’t upgraded yet need to do now that it’s being officially retired.

    • 27 min
    Does open source have a place in public sector IT?

    Does open source have a place in public sector IT?

    While some of the problems facing public sector IT are unique, many are universal. From mitigating the tech skills gap and dealing with legacy kit, to allocating budget and choosing a cloud strategy there are many lessons to learn.

    In this week's episode of the IT Pro Podcast, Jane and Adam are joined by Adrian Keward, chief technologist, public sector at Red Hat to discuss the challenges facing public sector today, and what solutions open source may offer.

    • 27 min
    Looking forward to 2020

    Looking forward to 2020

    In this week’s IT Pro Podcast, we’re discussing what this year’s defining trends and themes are likely to be and predicting the key issues that technology professionals will need to be aware of, including Brexit, AI and the shifting vendor landscape. What’s going to be driving the conversation over the next 12 months - and how can IT managers best prepare for it?

    • 30 min
    Looking back on 2019

    Looking back on 2019

    As 2019 draws to a close, it's time to look back and reflect on some of the biggest stories and most important trends the past 12 months. 

    This year has been an eventful one for the UK tech industry, which has weathered everything from continuing political uncertainty to a rash of high-profile GDPR fines, as well as some nasty ransomware infections. In this special bonus episode, we'll be looking at all this and more. 

    • 24 min
    Should email be part of your collaboration strategy?

    Should email be part of your collaboration strategy?

    Collaboration is one of the key tenets of modern business, but it’s a term that covers a multitude of sins. In this morass, what room is there for existing technology? Does email, the workhorse of business communication, still play a role?

    In the latest episode of the IT Pro Podcast, Adam and Jane are joined by Slack head of customer success Chris Mills to discuss the state of collaboration in the workplace.

    • 24 min

Top Podcasts In Technology

Listeners Also Subscribed To