Tech Talks

Tech Talks

The awarding-winning technology leadership podcast, exploring the views of leaders and organisations across the sector. Now in our 8th year! Powered by Nash Squared. https://www.nashsquared.com/the-hub/archive-podcast-interviews

Episodes

January 24, 2023 51 min
On today's show we talk to Chris Williamson, TUI's Global Director of Technology, and Maria Allen-Fernandez, who has written "The Retail Business Guidebook". Through both talks we hear the value of education; Chris has gone back to education whilst Maria talks about the value of learning as an apprentice. We also draw attention to the nominations process for We Are The City's Rising Stars awards. They're...
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Security Bytes is a podcast from the Tech Talks stable (Nash Squared). Jim Tiller, Group CISO, talks to leading figures in the industry as we step into the darker side of tech... Threat intelligence is a word often used, but what exactly is meaningful and actionable intelligence and what does it take to do it right? In this episode we touch on the nuance of intelligence and the stories that come from it.
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Today we're exploring how video is changing the world of advertising. Technology built on keyword searches are fading in favour of video, and the influence of platforms such as TikTok. Our first guest is GumGum CEO, Phil Schrader, who talks about how his industry is being forced to innovate. Also on the show we chat to Nicole Flamarique, co-founder of The Good Goal. In an increasingly busy sustainability sector we question how...
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Security Bytes is a podcast from the Tech Talks stable (Nash Squared). Jim Tiller, Group CISO, talks to leading figures in the industry as we step into the darker side of tech... One of the greatest global threats facing today's organizations that can have a devastating and material impact to the business is ransomware, and as such demands new approaches to the problem. In this episode we explore an innovative solution that ...
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On today's show we visit Berlin and New York. First we speak to Malte Huffmann, co-CEO and co-founder of Mondu; a German fintech making B2B payments seamless, and finding a little joy along the way. Secondly we meet Nicole Bayard, Head of Growth at SoLo Funds. SoLo offer community finance, cutting out the institution in the middle, and giving people a platform to borrow money that doesn't forget we're human.
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Today's guest is Jon Stamell, Oomiji founder and CEO, a company tackling the problem faced by companies struggling to track customers as cookies come to the end of the road. How do you build a proper digital relationship? What do customers want? Questions that the exhibitors in Las Vegas for CES 2023 would do well to keep in mind! We have a quick chat about what to expect as the technology sector descends on the Nevada desert...
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On today's show we visit Estonia and Finland with two interviews focused on cyber security, keeping your business safe, and the threat caused by Russia's attack on Ukraine. Our two guests are Lauri Almann, co-founder of CybExer Technologies, and Christine Bejerasco, CISO at WithSecure. Joining David on the show this week we have Nash Squared's CISO Jim Tiller, and Hannah Stevens. For more content from the team sign u...
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How can technology provide better healthcare solutions? We ask PathSpot CEO and cofounder, Christine Schindler and Philips' Chief Medical Officer (of Imaging Guided Therapy), Atul Gupta. We're looking at innovation from two ends of the spectrum. PathSpot is a New York/Texas based startup building a new medical device, whilst Philips' are helping medical professionals use technology to innovation and collaborate. If y...
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This week's show features guests on the East and West Coasts of the USA. First we go to New York to speak to the man behind podcast analytics at Chartable, Dave Zohrob. Then we're talking to Larry Gadea about the office experience. If you want more from Tech Talks sign up to Tech Talks Extra: https://www.nashsquared.com/the-hub/tech-talks-extra-signup-form
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On the show this week we welcome Eric Ly, co-founder of Linkedin and their founder CTO. He's now leading his new business Karma Check. We find out how they're using Blockchain to give power back to users. Our second guest is Milan Juza, CIO at TUI, and author of an article on organisational maturity. Connect or follow him on Linkedin and read the full piece, plus blogs on uncertainty and productivity. Fancy letting a piec...
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A short introduction to what you can expect from the podcast, and what you can find in our catalogue of over 500 episodes.
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We are joined by the YEO Messaging co-founding team of Alan Jones and Sarah Norford-Jones, as they talk about the need for a secure messaging platform you can trust, and why YEO (Your Eyes Only) are the solution. We also discuss 'Black Friday' and the level of consumer searches for deals online amid the ongoing cost-of-living crisis. Megan Boyle of the Audit Lab shares her thoughts whilst David and Akeesh provide their own...
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Ahead of Thanksgiving 2022, we took a trip to explore the New York city tech scene. Here are the first two over those chats, exploring exactly what makes the city such a vibrant place to do business. On the show we've got Michael Lazerow, founder of Velvet Sea Ventures, and Paul Roberts, Kubient founder. If you want more from the Tech Talks team, check out Tech Talks Extra: https://www.nashsquared.com/the-hub/tech-talks-extra...
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In today's show we're joined by a special co-host and three incredible guests; Claire Calmejane, Chief Innovation Officer of Societe Generale, and Tim Chase and Gilberto Silva (yes, really), co-founders of Striver. We're diving into topics including financing of startups, navigating social media and making it a safe place, and whether or not it really matters if it's show 500 or not! On Wednesday, Thursday and Fri...
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Security Bytes is a podcast from the Tech Talks stable (Nash Squared). Jim Tiller, Group CISO, talks to leading figures in the industry as we step into the darker side of tech... The role of identity and access management has never been more critical to the business, and becoming more so. In this episode Jim is joined by Russ Cohn to talk about why and where things are heading.
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On the show today we talk to Darren Jones MP (Chair of the House of Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee) as the UK seeks to define it's role in the world, and in turn identify how to help the tech sector to thrive. Also on the show we chat to exactly the type of business Darren wants to help, CEP. Daisy Stapley-Bunten is COO of CEP (Corporate Entertainment Professionals), she describes how technology has...
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On this edition of Security Bytes Jim talks to Sharon Mudd, a senior cybersecurity operations researcher with CERT Division at the Software Engineering Institute. In a world where technology is at the center of evaluating cyber risks, the human factor arguably contributes greatly, but how are we measuring and improving?
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Eleanor Kaye is trying to break the bias in technology by changing the face of investment. In this week's show we explore how a new breed of VC could make all the difference. Also on the show we chat to Olivia Matthews. Another way to break the bias is via new talent. Well what is that talent looking for? Want to get all the extra podcast content from Web Summit? Sign up to Tech Talks Extra: https://www.nashsquared.com/the-hu...
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To celebrate Black History Month here in the UK, we welcome Dr Christyl Johnson of the Goddard Space Flight Centre at NASA to the podcast. Christyl tells us which black leaders inspire her, and what she'd say to the next generation of emerging leaders. Tech Talks has loads more bonus material on Tech Talks Extra, subscribe by copying and pasting this URL: https://www.nashsquared.com/the-hub/tech-talks-extra-signup-form
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October 18, 2022 51 min
Joel Guraj, founder of MYNDUP, is here to tell us how he's tackling two issues; the fact there is no single solution for mental health services, and that there are barriers in businesses that make accessing help hard. We also revisit Paris for a look back at UNLEASHWorld, and tell you how you can listen to a whole lot more content from the conference on Tech Talks Extra! Finally we chat to Katherine Farrell, Director of Comm...
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