In this week’s podcast Peter talks to Edward Amoroso, chief security officer at AT&T about critical national infrastructures and what countries and companies can do to protect themselves against cyber-attacks. Also, Stephen Pritchard investigates what companies can do with the enormous amounts of data they collect. He talks to Stephen Brost, chief technology officer for Teradata, a data warehousing and analytics company.
In this week’s pod: IT teams preparing to service the World Cup in South Africa. Peter talks to Dilbagh Gill from Mahindra Satyam, the official IT provider for the event, about the management system needed to underpin such a large-scale event.
Also, WIFI and the most recent developments. Digital Business contributor Stephen Pritchard, talks to Selina Lo from Ruckus Wireless about the developments in wireless networks.
Machines are talking to each other – cutting out the need for a human middleman. Are we becoming redundant?
Plus: using social networks to find the top talent in the world of recruitment.
Peter talks to Stuart Orr from communications company Accenture about machine-to-machine networks and to Anne Berkowitch, chief executive of SelectMinds about the challenges of recruiting using social media.
The logistical nightmare of providing technology for the World Cup.
In this week’s pod
Are we still going to need buildings in the future? What does the landscape look like for the next generation of workers and are we ready for this brand new world?
Peter’s guests in the studio are Dave Coplin, Microsoft UK’s national technology officer, Professor Michael Hulme, an associate fellow at Lancaster University and director of the social futures laboratory and Philip Ross, chief executive of Cordless Group.
Peter asks them all for their predictions for the world of work and asks them to explain their recent collaboration for Microsoft’s initiative – 20 golden rules for business in the digital age.
Machines that cut out humans and communicate with each other instead.
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