Where's The Any Key? is a podcast made to share conversations about IT and even some that are IT adjacent. It’s meant to create a community where host Ryan Bacon invites IT-minded individuals to contribute their ideas and processes in regard to technology management.
Community Building in IT with Becky Scott
Becky Scott has joined JumpCloud as the Sr Technical Community Manager. She discusses building communities within the IT field and what she loves about it. Becky discusses how to try and get on people's radar and leveraging early adopters to get people who don't adopt early to jump on board. She also discusses dealing with digital fatigue and what she can do as a community manager help cut through the noise and create a community.
Listen to this episode of Where’s the Any Key? to hear Becky talk about being a Sr Technical Community Manager.
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Learn more at www.jumpcloud.com
Talking MDM with Tom Bridge
Tom Bridge is back to talk about MDM and IT and also their wish list of management tools for IT in MDM
Listen to this episode of Where’s the Any Key? to hear Tom talking about Apple MDM management.
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Learn more at www.jumpcloud.com
Administration Privileges on Endpoint Permissions with Brian Coleman
From learning the basics of technology from his computer science doctorate mother at an early age to starting up his own IT consulting business, Brian Coleman is back and talks to Ryan about Administration Privileges on Endpoint Permissions.
Listen to this episode of Where’s the Any Key? to hear his takes on modern IT security processes, and talking about Administration Privileges on Endpoint Permissions.
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Working in IT as a Soldier in the Army and Using Skills Learned to Translate that Into the Private Sector with Donyea Foster
Donyea Foster is the IT specialist at JumpCloud. Donyea discusses his experience as an IT professional soldier in the Army and skills learned to help him be an IT professional. He explains dealing with other egos, PTSD, a soldier in the Army, and how that helps him use the skills learned to help JumpCloud.
Listen to this episode of Where's the Any Key? to hear Donyea's story as a soldier and how that helps him be a better IT professional in the private sector.
Leveraging Technology and Process and How That Impacts User Experience with Dennis Irizarry
Dennis Irizarry is the IT specialist at BetterCloud. Dennis has been working in tech for 12 years. Ryan and Dennis discuss how to use technology to help better the customer experience through different tools, automation, and creating better work flows.
Listen to this episode of Where's the Any Key? to hear what techniques and tactics Dennis Irizarry uses in his organization to provide the best experience for his customers.
Discussing Legacy Policies and Practices for IT with Matt Cramer
Over the course of his career, Matt Cramer has worked a multitude of jobs. He got into tech and learned to do it all like an IT Generalist. He moved into DevOps and has been there since. Ryan and Matt discuss that to implement policies and new IT tech, you also have to get buy in from the team. Everything is a collaborative mission and vision and it is always important to include the whole team. They also discuss reassessing processes and how to get over the hurdle of implementing anything new.
Listen to this episode of Where's the Any Key? to hear what techniques and tactics Matt Cramer uses in his organization to provide the best experience for his end users, while also keeping his team moving and communicating effectively.
Ryan is a fantastic host and I greatly enjoy listening to him and his guests. It’s an enjoyable podcast and I recommend you check it out if you’re interested in IT topics.
Relevant weekly content for IT Professionals
I’ve been searching for a podcast that covers modern IT administration, this is a great choice! Ryan Bacon brings super interesting insight to the episodes.
Five stars, would recommend to a friend!
Really good insight and content from industry leaders