Matthew D. Edwards discusses industry challenges, goals, and available options to accomplish desired outcomes in today’s technology landscape including adoption, complexity, security, and privacy. There are always options – some of them longer, some shorter than others.
Future Proof End-to-End Encryption and Data Security
In this episode, Matthew talks with Paul Clayson of Agile PQ, who as a young farmboy couldn’t wait to leave the cattle ranch in Idaho to find easier work. He’s fondly missing those days after more than 20 years in the startup world. Early in his career, he learned you only get one shot, so you better develop a winning strategy and stick to it. He and the AgilePQ team have developed a winning strategy and solution for today’s computing power (and tomorrow’s quantum one) with lightweight end-to-end encryption that can fit on IoT devices. Businesses who succeed will leverage the power of connected things while protecting their number one asset – data.
Success in Tech Entrepreneurship is One Tap Away
Jesse O’Neill-Oine is a multi-time tech entrepreneur and one of the original co-founders of SmartThings, a company purchased and now run by Samsung. In this episode, he discusses what he’s learned about himself on his journey in solving problems through technology and his most recent endeavor, One Tap Away – a next-generation platform aimed at bringing “contactless” access to amenities at multifamily properties.
Part VI: Providing the Right Care at the Right Time with In Motion Care
In the sixth episode of this series, Andrew Guillemette and Mark Heston of In Motion Care join Matthew D. Edwards to discuss how their startup is tackling the surmounting challenges of 34 million additional baby boomers retiring in 2025 by streamlining the burden of data collection and securely sharing that information with caregivers, care facilities and the families.
Part V: The Pursuit of Humane Technology in Health Care
Matthew D Edwards and Brent Willett, President of the Iowa Health Care Association, discuss opportunities for humane technology to improve care and increase interaction with caregivers and family for patients in long-term care.
Part IV: Enabling Home Care Services with Technology
In the fourth episode of this series, Matthew D Edwards and Mark Goetz, President of The HomeCare Advocacy Network, discuss how technology plays a role in empowering seniors to age in their homes.
Part III: The Future of Technology in Home Care Services
In the third episode of our series, Enabling Better Health Care & Senior Care Outcomes with Technology, Matthew D Edwards and Jeff Huber, CEO of Home Instead Senior Care, discuss how the traditional business model must adapt and evolve in the face of three megatrends in the senior care industry.