We hear how consumerisation is forcing businesses to revisit their relationship with IT, as Ovum’s Richard Edwards discusses his firm’s Enterprise 2020 report. And we discuss how technology is changing technology firms themselves, with VMWare CFO Jonathan Chadwick.
Plus, how the $40 Raspberry Pi kit computer could be helping shape the next phase of the internet.
Businesses are keen to collect more data, but is there a point where data poses a risk? KPMG’s Eddie Short thinks there is. Plus we speak to McLaren Group CIO Stuart Birrell about how he protects the car maker and F1 team’s information.
And, in a new series of conversations with senior business leaders, we ask Lindsey Evans, president of ad agency TBWA, how technology has changed her industry.
We hear three different views about the way cyber threats are affecting
companies and consumers.
Christian Fredrikson, president and CEO of Finnish computer security company F-Secure, explains that mobile phones and tablets are at growing risk of attack; Verizon’s Ernie Hayden looks at protecting critical national infrastructure, and Lloyds Banking Group, looks at the growing shortage of skilled infosecurity professionals.
We follow up on Mobile World Congress by speaking to Goldcrest Films about flexible working in the film and post production industry, and we hear from Stroz Friedberg about managing the risks of mobiles and tablets.
Plus, Gartner’s Mark Raskino talks about the growth of a new role in business: the chief data officer.
Information technology provides the infrastructure backbone for companies today. The Connected Business series of podcasts examines how business leaders can use IT to improve performance and exploit new opportunities for growth.
Presented by Stephen Pritchard
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