TechNative Podcasts

TechNative Podcasts
By TechNative
About this podcast
Interviews and commentary with the leaders in disruptive business technology
Latest episodes
Feb. 22, 2018
Telcos have gone through a huge transformation in the last 10-15 years, from fixed to mobile, making massive infrastructure investments as well as adapting to evolving business models - not to mention increased competition. So what does a solid plan look like for telcos? We spoke to Chalapathi Rao, CTO from Tata Communication Services
Feb. 6, 2018
Cloud providers often don't provide the security capabilities many users assume would be provided by default: Full traffic visibility. We spoke to Nubeva CMO Steve Perkins to find out why this visibility is needed to enable companies to control their security in a more traditional manner while letting them enjoy the power and flexibility of cloud platforms.
Jan. 29, 2018
We spoke to Julie Barbieri, General Manager of Infrastructure at NTT ICT, one of Australia's leading IT service providers to discuss the trend towards hybrid IT, compossable infrastructure and why enterprises are still loyal to on premises IT
Jan. 16, 2018
With the rise of digital assistants such as Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa, it is only a matter of time until such “voice operating systems” become an integrated part of our everyday routine. Chatbots and automated voice operators are already a regular, often frustrating feature in many customer service experiences. While many fear AI will replace humans, as it stands, customer service software company Zendesk is seeing the opposite. We spoke to them to find out how AI could augment and improve customer experience on both sides
Jan. 8, 2018
We recently spoke to Haraldur Hallgrimsson, the head of Business Development from National Department of Energy in Iceland to find out why an increasing amount of overseas customers decide to source their IT from – what analysts keep saying – is the optimal location for IT in the world.
Dec. 12, 2017
Some of the leaders in IT believe serverless architecture will have a huge impact on the way applications are built and run, as well as the way IT operations function. One of those leaders is Nick Rockwell, CTO at The New York Times. We recently spoke to him about serverless computing to find out why he believes it could be more transformational than cloud.
Nov. 10, 2017
Investing in new technologies is critical for the healthcare sector, in some instances a matter of life or death. However, given the vast array of new technologies coming to market in the last decade, healthcare IT professionals could be forgiven for feeling lost or overwhelmed by the pace of change. We spoke to Nooman Haque from Silicon Valley Bank to find out what the biggest challenges are for healthcare providers to adopt things like AI and Big Data projects.
Oct. 27, 2017
We recently spoke to Darryl Sicker from UDT to find out how they delivered zero downtime despite being hit by Hurricane Irma a few weeks ago. True IT resiliency - find out how they did it.
Oct. 19, 2017
We spoke to Þorsteinn Gunnarsson, CEO of Opin Kerfi to get an overview of what a business can expect in terms of ROI and competitive advantage from sourcing their HPC hosting or as-a-Service.
Oct. 5, 2017
Consumer 3D printers have been gaining popularity for some time, and it's exciting to see what people are doing with these new devices. However, the impact of 3D printing in development offices and manufacturing plants has been massive, and many are projecting a revolution in how products are made. We speak to Gary Taylor, Regional Manager at EOS, one of the leaders in the space to find out more about the process