Device Squad: the Podcast for the Mobile Enterprise

By Propelics

About this podcast   English    United States

Hosted by Propelics Sr. Mobile Strategist Steven Brykman, this Podcast series will cover all aspects of Enterprise Mobile including strategy, development, design, testing and more.
Propelics fights crimes against Enterprise Mobile worldwide! Bad UI, frustrating user experiences, poorly conceived Enterprise Mobile Strategies. We defeat them all!
Founded in 2011, Propelics is a Mobile Strategy Consultancy helping Enterprises worldwide devise true mobile strategies and develop world-class mobile applications across all industry verticals. Propelics clients includes large companies such as Amway, Bright Horizons, Bank of Montreal, AstraZeneca, Dubai Airports, Family Dollar, DLL, Cintas, Merck and many more. Propelics menu of services includes 8 Mobile Kickstarts covering everything from Mobile Strategy and Roadmapping to MCOE to UI/UX Design to Mobile Testing strategy, along with soup-to-nuts app design, development, and support. Additionally, Propelics offers 3 home-grown Enterprise Mobile products.
March 27, 2018
It's 2 great podcasts in 1! In this fun crossover episode of Device Squad, the podcast for the Mobile Enterprise from Propelics, Steve sits down with Ned Belavance, host of Anexinet's AnexiPod podcast to discuss Anexinet's recent acquisition of Propelics (and much more).
Jan. 29, 2018
In this episode of Device Squad, the podcast for the Mobile Enterprise from Propelics, Steve discusses the state of retail mobility with fellow Propelics Mobile Strategists James Hoshor, Glenn Gruber, Spurti Gurram, and Alani Setalsingh. Mobile technology boosts productivity for field sales, builds better relationships, ensures security, identifies trends and allows instant access to data—all while simplifying business processes to help make everyone's life a little easier. Join us for The State of Retail Mobility - a Strategists Forum covering today's most exciting advancements in Retail Mobility.
Dec. 18, 2017
Today on Device Squad, the podcast for the mobile enterprise from Propelics, Steve speaks with Dr. Alexander Cohen, MD PhD, Child Neurologist at Boston Children’s Hospital, Michael McWatters, UX Architect at TED Conferences, and Cathy Farmer, Board of Directors Member for the Organization for Autism Research. Today's topic strays a bit from our usual Enterprise Mobility focus. Instead, we're featuring a panel discussion all about digital tools for Asperger's Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder, a topic I'm sure many of our listeners can benefit from. All of today's guests—including our host—have deep experience with Autism—Steve, Cathy and Michael all have siblings and/or children on the spectrum.  This episode covers the following topics: Autism Spectrum - a look at the numbers A brief history of Autism therapies Apps (and robots) for children with Autism/Asperger's Designing 101 for Autism/Asperger's The benefits of VR, TV, and SMS How a spectrum diagnosis is made The state of mobile diagnostic tools Celebrating the unique talents of those with Asperger's In the works: a centralized, comprehensive database of digital resources for Autism/Asperger's.    
Nov. 27, 2017
A lot has happened since the last time Steve spoke with his friend Andy Ofiesh, comedian and former Software Engineer at Bitcoin Armory (his brother's company). In fact, a lot has happened since they recorded this episode only two weeks ago. Namely that the price of Bitcoin has skyrocketed from $2,600 to $10K! This time, the conversation is all about Bitcoin—and about the November 17th "crash" that occurred after the cancellation of the SegWit2x hard fork. You'll learn what caused the dip in the price of Bitcoin and why it has the tendency to behave with such volatility. Plus, Andy and Steve discuss the following: What is a hard fork? What is the SegWit2x fork? How does a Bitcoin hard fork differ from the standard definition of a hard fork? What is Bitcoin Armory and what do they do? What does giant Polynesian stone currency have to do with Bitcoin? Is there a limit to how many Bitcoin will be produced? What is the significance of this limit? Why did Bitcoin need to double the block size? What’s the difference between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash? What might cause Bitcoin to become centralized? Why is Etherium is not doing as well as Bitcoin? Who wrote the original white paper / Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? How much of the world’s energy is Bitcoin consuming and how does this affect the price of Bitcoin? How many times may a Bitcoin be subdivided? What does the future hold for Bitcoin? Is there a limit to Bitcoin’s potential value? If you missed it, be sure to listen to Part I of this series, all about Blockchain.  Links in this episode: Rai Stones
Oct. 26, 2017
In this episode of Device Squad—the podcast for the Mobile Enterprise from Propelics—Steve talks about Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) with fellow strategists Glenn Gruber and Spurti Gurram.  Tune into this episode to learn about where Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR) came from, where they're at and where we think they're going! We discuss the impact and experience of Microsoft's HoloLens and Google Glass along with Apple's recent ARKit, Google's ARCore, and much more. Links in the episode: The dawn of the age of holograms (HoloLens demo) What is Yelp Monocle? Apple's ARKit ARKit (developers) ARKit Demos How is ARKit better than ARCore? How is ARCore better than ARKit? The Machines (an AR game) AR Pump Training Video Apple AR glasses rumors  
Oct. 2, 2017
In this episode of Device Squad—the podcast for the Mobile Enterprise from Propelics—Steve talks about the state of mobile technology in global health with his friend, Nikhil Patil, MPH, Environmental Health PhD candidate, and all-around super-fascinating dude.  Nikhil has been immersed in global health for the past ten years. He worked as a Peace Corps volunteer in Togo, West Africa, spent a year in Kenya studying the effects of water sanitation, hygiene and nutrition on child health-care outcomes, and helped build a research department for eHealth Africa in Northern Nigeria to improve health programs and data systems.  Tune into this episode to learn about how the African continent utilizes: Corporate-sponsored internet The role of drones  The participatory approach: the importance of social media "Crisis Mapping" for diseases, unrest, and natural disasters Securing and managing data & dealing with false data Sustainable systems (and finding ownership) Integrating technology into government health systems to facilitate interoperability Android vs Apple penetration Low-tech solutions to high-tech problems Phone data collection methods    Also, How gender affects technology access and data collection accuracy. How interoperability will future-proof remote medical technologies How to start your car in Togo  
Aug. 28, 2017
In this episode of Device Squad—the podcast for the Mobile Enterprise from Propelics—Steve talks about mastering the art of mobile testing with his colleague, Propelics Sr. Mobile Strategist James Hoshor.  Tune into this episode to learn: Why it’s so important for testers to understand the mobile environment Key testing methods for the mobile enterprise How to determine your ideal testing tools and resources  Why adopting a mobile testing strategy is so important    Enterprise Mobile Strategy & Best-in-Class Apps:
July 24, 2017
In this episode of Device Squad—the podcast for the Mobile Enterprise from Propelics—Steve talks about Amazon (AWS) Lambda with his good friend Justin Yurasits, head of software operations for Fidelity's Customer Contact platform. We discuss AWS Lambda's Serverless Computing and how it enables organizations big and small to "run code without thinking about servers" and pay only for the compute time they consume without provisioning or managing servers. AWS Lambda lets you run code for virtually any type of application or backend service—all with zero administration. But can running and scaling your code really be as easy as a simple upload? Are the days of server management really over? Is Amazon Lambda the ultimate answer for any new startup, or established enterprise, looking to minimize costs and staffing? Tune in and find out! Links in the episode: AWS Lambda AWS Mobile
June 19, 2017
Enjoy this live, behind-the scenes chat with participants and presenters from the 2017 ET6 Exchange - May 21-23, Chandler, AZ The conference is chaired by Maribel Lopez of Lopez Research. Now in its seventh year, ET6 Exchange (formerly M6 Mobility Exchange) is the longest running hosted* enterprise mobility and digital transformation conference focused exclusively on bringing an intimate end user audience together with industry experts and solution providers to discuss strategy, policy, solutions and security. ET6 is the perfect platform to help build an intelligent digital enterprise. We've been discussing the move to mobile, cloud big data and analytics for over 5 years. Mobility, once an overlay set of applications and services, is now an integral part of the overall IT infrastructure. Cloud computing has evolved from bare metal to rich services and we now have the data storage, processing systems and analytics solutions to drive insight from any type of data. These technologies are the foundation for transforming enterprises. Enterprise Transformation has grown to be an integral part of ET6 Exchange and the conference's unique format will help showcase how companies are combining these four technologies to build better businesses. Episode topics include: Engaging the many-connected user Issues and challenges with today’s emerging technology ecosystem The return of the mega-vendor Introduction to microservices
May 30, 2017
You'll finally understand what the deal is with Blockchain and Bitcoin once you listen to this interview with Andy Ofiesh, comedian and former Software Engineer at Bitcoin Armory (his brother's company).  We discuss how Bitcoin utilizes Blockchain as a distributed ledger to provide a trustable peer-to-peer currency that requires no central authority. Further, Andy explains the Byzantine General's Problem, what "hashing" is all about, how Bitcoin was created and by whom, how Bitcoin's value is determined, and how new Bitcoin are generated.  Plus, we discuss why Blockchain is such a hot enterprise buzzword these days. Does it really offers any utility outside of Bitcoin or is it just a big ol' bandwagon everyone's trying to jump upon? Tune in and find out! Links in the episode: IBM Think Academy: Blockchain, How it works Don Tapscott Ted Talk on Blockchain Blockchain 101 - A visual Demo Blockchain in Healthcare by Ted Tanner Why Blockchain is Going to Disrupt Customer Retention & CRM Maersk And IBM Are Bringing Blockchain To The Global Shipping Industry      

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