This is the 3rd Female C-Level we've Interviewed with a love of physics under the hood. Is Jezzibell a nerd...cool...or both? Listen to this PacketFabric Co-Founder talk about her firm navigating today's business climate, while having a laugh with us! #both #bevokal #packetfabric #techtalk
Sue Graham Johnston was an amazing interview. We are SOOOOOO sorry this took time to release. It's been a crazy past few months! Sue continues The Tech Fugitves series of smart & powerful women in tech. What we loved was her passion and her experience...she's actually done...you know... WORK! Give it a listen... you'll get hooked on Sue!
Our first oponent to come into the Octagon is Gluware. Purveyor of "Intelligent Network Automation".... We'll see. Welcome to The Octagon! #bevokal #gluware
What do Kayaking, Particle Physics and and old iPhones have in common? Listen to the Tech Fugitives interview Nemertes CEO, Johna Till Johnson and find out. #bevokal #onug #nemertes
This is the show where you find out what #cyberrisk REALLY is. What's your M-Score? What is your Over Reliance Ratio? What is your probelm? Only the Tech Fugitives can tell you! #gluware #bevokal #maxxsure #mscore
We catch up with Jeff to get a feel on the work being done in intelligent network automation during the #Rona. #bevokal #gluware
Nick Lippis visits with The Tech Fugitives and gives us a peak at the cake baked for ONUG DL Fall 2020. #ONUG #Emojis #techtalk # notsucking #bevokal
We discuss the origin or The precious and the demise of Tik Tok. Oh...and someone sunk at data center in the ocean! #bevokal #gluware #ONUG
Mars will be in Retrograde during the 2020 election....What could go Wrong? But speaking of your Cloud provider....What could go RIGHT? #bevokal #gluware #techfugitives #wuawei #cloud #Jedi
Mark gets justice from Zoom hackers. We also discuss a crazy decision by Dell to tell their employees their not worth fighting for.... very odd. #bevokal #Dell #Zoom #cyber #tiktok #google
We discuss IBM's global study examining the financial impact of data breaches, Tik Tok's CEO spin .... isn't it ironic... don't you think. #itsnotirony #alanismorissette #IBM #cyber #tiktok #bevokal
Microsoft ... and ALL the hypers are not hurting during COVID. #AZURE #MICROSOFT #BIMI #EMAILHACK
We catch up with Anamita on her role as IF/Then Ambassador and all things Quantum #Quantum #AAAS #Bias #STEM #bevokal #techfugitives
We recap ONUG Digital Live with #ONUG Co-Founder Ernest Lefner. We revisit #pantsparty virtual etiquette and have fun with @Google #perks
IBM CEO finally Shows up for Earnings call and Hacker COVID Douchery. #IBM #bevokal #contacttracing #freepatents
The Big Winners are.... Zoom and Infrastructure Hoarders #Zoom #infrastructure #bevokal #vokalnow #techfugitives
We explore Red Hat's commitment to OpenStack as well as #slickwarp and #googleoutages
We discuss the invasion of the Geese Snatchers and the havoc the Corona Virus is having on supply chains
We tall all thing Gub'mint....It's a secret cry for help!
We discuss the surge of imminent threats, not the least of which is fun with Iran
End of the year tradition with Dave. We dish on AI and life.
Bezos is not getting the Happy Ending he hoped for on the Joint Defense Contract
Nike bolts and US Senate warns military about Chinese Tech
Larry is the Vice President of Security Solutions Marketing at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Larry is the Vice President of Security Solutions Marketing at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Autonomous planes, Rockets and Hacks. Also, whats in YOUR molecules?
We talk with Nick Lippis about the upcoming ONUG event in Dallas.
HPE & Google join forces, tree falls in woods….no one hears.
Microsoft and Amazon will play for defense contract domination, while Nepal bans PUBG.
Tom reviews the critical nature of employee analytics and the application of AI in successful HR organizations.
The EU got talked into copyright laws, while FB got talked OUT of $100 million dollars.
See how Virtual Reality is changing lives for Seniors
Get to know John, the history of AI and (better yet) the FUTURE of AI.
We even make International Cyber Threats work… come see HOW!
We also discuss the return of DNS Hijacking and CRED Stuffing
We explore Dave's newest project and the state of AI in the world.
We also explore the disheartening root cause of Equifax hack….ugh!
Vint Cerf, Tim Berners-Lee ring the warning bell.
Also cool interesting Amazon breakup predictions.
We discuss the “Six Pillars of of Cyber Risk Assessment"
We also dig into “RowHammer” exposure and talk Mars Landing.
Also discuss deep throat informant on Google, regarding Dragonfly.
Matt is extremely technical... and we discuss the pros of cons of that as a CEO.
We review the latest ONUG event and also talk some Amazon HQ2
Mark gets worked up over male dumbness... Kyle throws cold water.
The Halloween show also features scary ISP security failures and a Presidential swing at China.
The Fugitives also discuss MIT’s sweaty wad of cash and why China is the biggest threat to Intellectual freedom.
Google says it has many personalities... some of them are cray, cray.
We discuss the life of an inventor at IBM and lots of IoT!
We also dish on Mirai Hackers getting participation trophies.
Also Space X first tourist booked for the moon. Only gets one carry-on.
Catch that and Bitcoin carnage and a win for face recognition... they caught one... a bad guy this time.
The Tech Fugitives try to see if they can recognize each other better than an algorithm.
Exploring IoT's role in buildings, power and public safety.
Microsoft's formula for GitHub, let them flourish... it's working. Lot's of other Geek news, including AMD chip security.
Crazy crypto chronicles and cheating China Chyber... er... Cyber.
We discuss some amazingly scary hacks and explore just how low Oracle is willing to go.
We also talk "unhackable" bitcoin and Google's China love.
It's not fake news, but sometimes the devil's in the details.
We cover a LOT in this episode, including EU bank regulators warning FINTech moving to the cloud.
Amazon wipes out billions in value while Cisco and Azure wipe out their platforms.
The Tech Fugitives interview the former President of the First Responder Network and Co-Founder of the Public Safety Network.
Amazon workers take a page from the Google playbook. Plus, robots... always robots.
The Tech Fugitives discuss Intel's CEO indescretions and the War on Elon.
The Tech Fugitives discuss Docker, Docker Hub malware and more from your Big Brother, China.
The Fugitives interview Charles Henderson, Global Managing Partner of X-Force Red at IBM. Henderson shares amazing anecdotes on today's threat landscape.
MIT has an AI project called "Norman," and it sounds... pretty scary actually.
Google removes their famous "Don't Be Evil" clause from their mission statement. Are we surprised?
The Fugitives break down the Alexa, Cisco and National Australian Bank's breakdowns.
We explore the latest in cloud-based storage for unstructured data and NAS workloads on Nasuni.
We explore IBM's Power 9, IBM AI partnerships and commitment to Open solutions.
The Tech Fugitives discuss China's Show Credit Score system, serverless and why experimentation and failure are your keys to success.
The Tech Fugitives catch up on tech news and announcements after being on break. Mark rants about Quantum and Kyle throws some support to Elon during a tough time.
Also on the show, Apple eyes smart Glasses…outlook is blurry.
Mark's biting, so send in a thumb drive loaded with malware and a label that's sure to lure him in. We also discus Elon Musk Party balloons, the Blue Tick and other super heroes.
The Tech Fugitives also pile on China... even though they invented a nanofilm thinner than Mark's hair.
Get your virtual AND augmented reality adjusted by The Tech Fugitives... and VERY smart industry expert Anamita Guha.
Will automation save us from ourselves? And which of the Tech Fugitives will the AI robots kill first? These and other live-altering questions will be answered on this episode.
Don’t become technically bankrupt. ALWAYS listen to The Tech Fugitives. Today we explain that there’s no hole deep enough for Facebook’s problems, AWS security goodness and Microsoft huge investment IoT. Plus, why is no one ACTUALLY exploiting Spectre? Hackers need to step it up.
The government makes its way into the cloud which leads to a discussion about privacy then Amazon in the enterprise space which naturally dove-tails into a dialogue about Harry Potter... The Tech Fugitives!
The Tech Fugitives talk with Rebecca Wooters, the Global Head of Cards Customer Experience and Digital Strategy for Citibank
The Tech Fugitives are back from IBM Think 2018 in Vegas. The show was great. The accommodations... not as much. AI, Blockchain, Encryption and more all on the docket.
The Tech Fugitives talk with IBM CMO and VP of Worldwide Storage Channels Eric Herzog about the challenge of simplifying the "Storage Message"
Initial impressions of the IBM Think 2018 Conference. IBM creates the world's smallest computer. Is Bitcoin ushering in the next dot-com style crash? And Uber self-driving car involved in a fatal crash.
An homage to Stephen Hawking, there might be hope for Intel Threats, and Oracle... finally admits cloud computing just might be catching on.
The burning questions in this episode: What bank will partner with Amazon? How do you want Flippy to cook your meat? And can men survive their own dumbness?
There’s nothing more fun than talking about killer apps and killer robots, but the serious side of AI is so compelling that the Fugitives have brought in a real expert. Roy Kim, with Pure Storage, helps us explore the technical and philosophical side of AI. This is NOT just a Storage discussion, so open your hearts and open your minds to The Tech Fugitives
China bans Winnie The Poo (no really), Flash uses continues to drop and what the Facebook/ZipRecruiter partnership means for LinkedIn
Apple, google, Microsoft 365 and BI make it rain, Kyle gives a Jenkins lesson and AI is even scarier than Mark thought!
The Tech Fugitives talk with Jedidiah Yeuh about his best seller "Disrupt or Die." Now they go deep on Delphix and how Jed redefined data virtualization.
The Tech Fugitives discuss Google's move to block certain advertising "strategies." Also updates on 3D Printing in space, The Russians and Dtrace is now Open Source... but Kyle still hates Oracle!
The Tech Fugitives interview Nelly Andresen, Head of Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility, North America at Ericsson. We also discuss how not to die living with robots.
The Tech Fugitives are back with the unique views on the tech world.