Devo Talks by Devolutions

Devo Talks by Devolutions

Devo Talks is a podcast brought to you by Devolutions that is dedicated to sharing the latest advances, ideas, and trends in the world of business, technology, and cybersecurity. It also provides a platform for tech professionals, entrepreneurs, and IT influencers to share some of their stories, experiences, and insights with the rest of the community.

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May 12, 2020 88 min

Today's Devo Talks is all about staying healthy - physically, mentally, and morally during difficult times. Our guest Elias Rizk is the founder of ebCard, a Montréal company that helps businesses increase the quality of their lead generation and data acquisitions so that they can make a lasting impact on the customers they serve. Over the years, Elias has devoted his life to speaking on building relationships, encouraging small...

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Today's episode of Devo Talks features an intriguing Skype interview with Nikola Danaylov from Toronto.  Now if you don’t know Nik or Socrates as many of us call him, he's an author, keynote speaker, futurist, strategic advisor, and philosopher. His book “Conversations with the Future: 21 Visions for the 21st Century” is a #1 Amazon Bestseller and his podcast, Singularity.FM is one of the most widely sought out podcasts in ...

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In this episode of Devo Talks, our guest Gabriel Tremblay shares some insight on how his company, Delve Labs is using artificial intelligence to tackle cybersecurity.  Before Gabriel was CEO of Delve Labs, he had the opportunity to help organize and start NorthSec, the largest cybersecurity conference in Québec where participants can learn about the latest trends, practice their skills and compete in capture-the-flag competitions. ...

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In this episode of Devo Talks, you'll get the opportunity to listen to an amazing interview on the topic of soft skills and emotional intelligence with Benoit Chalifoux.  In this show, you'll learn what these skills are all about and how you can master them, so you can win in every aspect of your life.  My guest, Benoit, is no stranger to the topic of soft skills. He is an internationally sought out speaker on motivation, s...

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In this episode of Devo Talks, I interview the CEO and Founder of Obkio, Jean-François Lévesque.  He's a hard-working entrepreneur who got his feet wet in the world of business right after graduating college.  A keen individual with a passion for all things networking led him to partner with a friend to start a Montreal networking company called Fibre Noire.  He then sold the company and started his own business called Obkio, w...

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In this very first episode of Devo Talks, Yann Lemasson gives a brief summary of the content that you can expect in upcoming episodes, how often they will be published, and where they will be made available. 

Devo Talks is devoted to sharing the latest advances, ideas, and trends in the world of business, technology, and cybersecurity.  It also provides a platform for tech professionals, entrepreneurs, and IT influencers to share so...

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