The CIO exchange podcast features technology and business leaders from around the world, discussing what's working, what's not, and what's next. Through stories of failure, success, passion, and struggle, we explore the ways in which these tech executives have moved both their companies and their careers forward. Each episode is a conversation focusing on a unique topic intended to provide the insight and perspective needed to help others make progress. This podcast is produced by VMware, a Silicon Valley-based technology company. Visit vmware.com/cio for more details.
The Sustainable Data Center and the “AI Gold Rush” with Missy Young, CIO of Switch
Switch is an innovator in the data center industry, providing services that are 100 percent renewable with a perfect uptime record. In this episode, Yadin sits down with Switch’s CIO, Missy Young, to discuss how Switch’s sustainability practices trickle down and benefit their customers' ESG efforts, as well as their bottom line, and how AI is impacting the data center capacity across the industry.
How to Choose Your AI Partners with Suhail Nimji, VP/Head of Business Development, Corporate Development, and Partnerships at Jasper
Is implementing generative AI different from implementing other tools? Should CIOs build or buy, and how should they choose their AI partners? In this episode, Yadin sits down with Suhail Nimji, VP/Head of Business Development, Corporate Development, and Partnerships at Jasper, to discuss what he is seeing and hearing in the market.
Securing the Software Supply Chain with Chip Childers, VP Security at VMware and Jim Mercer, VP DevSecOps at IDC
Incidents like the Log4j incident and new governmental regulations have forced tech leaders to examine the security of their software supply chain. Understanding the complexities of this is challenging; how can CIOs determine their exposure and prioritize their vulnerabilities? In this conversation, Yadin sits down with Chip Childers, VP Security, Compliance, Open-Source & Privacy Engineering & Chief Open Source Officer at VMware and Jim Mercer, Research Vice President - DevOps & DevSecOps at IDC, to discuss the software supply chain and how CIOs should think about it, in depth.
Speaking with AI: A Real-Time Conversation with Pi, a Personal AI Assistant
How would an artificial intelligence advise CIOs to think about AI? In this special episode of the CIO Exchange podcast, host Yadin Porter de León brings on an artificial intelligence as a guest for the first time, called Pi. Yadin asks Pi a variety of questions about itself and how it works, AI generally, and how CIOs and technology leaders should be thinking about generative AI.
The Current State of AI in the Enterprise
What mindset shift should CIOs and CTOs make in order to succeed in an AI-driven world? How can they take control of their destinies and future proof to ensure responsible AI use in their organization? In this episode, Yadin sits down with Jeff Boudier, who is responsible for Product and Growth at Hugging Face, to discuss in depth.
Customer Zero – App Modernization with Multi-Cloud
This is part of an ongoing series entitled “Customer Zero” where we talk with the member of the VMware IT leadership team who are the first to use the products that our engineering teams produce. In this episode, we are joined by VMware’s Sr. Director IT, Digital Customer Experience Engineering, Pankaj Purwar and Senior Director - IT Application Operations, Varinder Kumar as they discuss their journey of modernizing the mission-critical VMware Customer Connect application. During our conversation, they share their experience of transitioning the platform from a monolithic structure to a multi-cloud environment using microservices, and also discuss tackling performance and scalability challenges.
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