Welcome to "Enterprise Tech Spotlight," a podcast by InfoSystems, where we believe today's leading enterprise executives don't avoid technology conversations, they get educated and get involved.
Imagine that you are choosing between several brand new luxury cars but the keys are at the bottom of a fish tank filled with piranha. You want to take each car for a test drive, but you know it's going to be painful to reach in and get the keys.
We know that when your enterprise IT department starts evaluating vendors for IT projects, things can get very competitive very quick. Emails, phone calls, web meetings, white papers, data sheets, PowerPoint decks…it's just overwhelming. You just want the straight information without the aggressive sales tactics and constant pressure.
Through our technology partnerships, InfoSystems has access to amazing resources, specialists, and focused training we use to keep our team up to date. Our goal is to use this podcast to share that information with you without creating a high-pressure environment. So if you want insider information about enterprise technology without the noise and pressure, subscribe to our podcast "Enterprise Tech Spotlight."
How Red Hat and Openshift Are Bringing the Cloud to You
In this episode, Keith and Chris discuss how Red Hat and OpenShift are finally bringing the promise of the cloud to you, the customers. Over the years, there has been confusion about cloud. What does it do? What does it offer? What is it? And as the times change, so do the answers to these questions. Tune in to learn more.
IBM Is More Accessible Than You Think
In this episode, Keith and Andrew discuss this little-known fact: IBM is more accessible than we thought. Over the years, IBM has recognized that they've missed an opportunity to provide high end solutions to smaller businesses. So, people like Andrew are joining IBM to raise awareness and bring the same solutions enterprise level organizations are getting to small businesses at prices they can afford.
What Will the Transition Back to "Normal" Look Like for My Company?
In this episode, Keith and Robert discuss a "security minded" approach to the new work experience many companies are facing. As we transition from quarantine amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, many companies are faced with questions. And after a long period of working from home, many will find themselves needing to adopt a new approach to security.
How Can I Secure My Employees' Work From Home Environment?
In this episode, Keith and Robert discuss approaching work-from-home with security in mind. Many employees have recently been sent to work from home. This change has highlighted company security needs. Employees have taken corporate laptops home to unsecure networks and some have been using their own personal laptops to perform important tasks. With many corporate networks designed to have everybody working from the office, companies have been caught off guard.
What Are Containers and Why Should My IT Department Be Using Them Right Now?
In this episode, Tony and Keith discuss Containers. Server virtualization technology has continued to evolve in recent years and Cloud technology has emerged as a legitimate option for running business applications. Virtualization and Cloud have matured rapidly because they have been driven by the need for IT departments to have flexibility in what hardware they purchase, where the hardware should reside, and how quickly and easily it can be scaled up or down.
How AI Will Change Your Business
In this episode, Tony and Keith discuss Artificial Intelligence. By now, everyone probably realizes that Artificial Intelligence will play a major role in the business world moving forward. Right now there are so many unknowns about how it will be applied within businesses and what impact it will have, most business leaders don't spend much time thinking about it.