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Best Interoperability podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Interoperability podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The Breaking Health Podcast features the innovators, investors and entrepreneurs who are building the technology and tools to break down and build up the country’s ailing health care system. With seasoned health care investor Steve Krupa, CEO of the Psilos Group, as host, Breaking Health delivers the earliest insights on the ongoing Digital Health Revolution.
 
HealthChangers, presented by Cambia Health Solutions, is a podcast focused on real stories of health care transformation from those who are experiencing it and those helping to bring innovative solutions to bear. We want to step back and see real people's stories at a personal level. We'll dive deep into specific health care topics, from medical billing and new technologies, to palliative care and everything in between.
 
UBM Radio is the audio home of Interop, InformationWeek, Dark Reading, Network Computing, Bank Systems & Technology, EETimes, and more. Several times each week, the various channels of UBM Radio will present interviews and panel discussions with enterprise technology leaders and experts, all designed to help CIOs boost the efficiency of their IT operations and investments, freeing resources for innovation. Best of all, each show will feature live chat on the channel's home page, where you ca ...
 
We believe that everyone has a story to be told. ONE shows the amazing people we meet in our travels within the 501st Combat Support Wing. We share the Pathfinders stories and show how they light the way.
 
Do you work in the architecture, engineering, or construction industry? This podcast is for you. The AutodeskAEC podcast channel will capture thoughts from Autodesk executives, customers and industry experts on trends impacting the AEC industry. Tune in for new software updates and on-the-ground coverage at key industry events.Autodesk helps people imagine, design and create a better world. Everyone—from design professionals, engineers and architects to digital artists, students and hobbyist ...
 
Coffee in the Cloud is a show that gives you useful content about popular modern workplace topics. View short videos over a cup of coffee to learn a specific task or view our long form online classes to dive into one of our products. We focus on productivity and the Office 365 suite but you will also see topics like leadership, diversity & inclusion and other technologies like Azure. Executive Producer Karuana Gatimu also uses her studio and production experience to teach other people how to ...
 
CSIS looks at how rapidly changing technology and cybersecurity are affecting the world in the twenty-first century. Issues covered include intelligence, surveillance, encryption, privacy, military technology, space, and more. Programs leading the research on this topic include the Technology Policy Program and the International Security Program. Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS events on this topic below.
 
The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation (www.msdf.org) is dedicated to improving the lives of children living in urban poverty around the world. With offices in Austin, TX and New Delhi, India, and Cape Town, South Africa, the Dell family foundation funds programs that foster high-quality public education and childhood health, and improve the economic stability of families living in poverty. The foundation has committed more than $1 billion (as of January 1, 2014) to global children’s issues and ...
 
Podcast focused on Manufacturing and Enabling Manufacturing Technology sales. Hosted by Tristan Bailey conversations provide lessons and insight from the people who have been working out the best practice to learn from. " When you need to climb a mountain, make friends on the path, as everything grows on the way up " New automation technology and digital transformation offer new ways to improve speed and profit. Business is for ever in a state of change, set your sites on the target and iter ...
 
JCO Oncology Practice (JCO OP) provides oncologists and other oncology professionals with information and tools to enhance practice efficiency and promote a high standard for quality of patient care. The goal of JCO OP is to be the authoritative resource on clinical and administrative management for practicing oncologists. The Journal includes original research, feature articles, and section columns on various issues pertinent to daily practice operations, all of which are subject to peer re ...
 
Healthcare Tech Talk is a show that discusses issues around each technology used in the delivery of healthcare, including Healthcare Information Technology, Informatics, Telemedicine and Clinical\Biomedical Engineering Technology. Terry Baker and Kelley Hill, who spend their days in the healthcare environment, sit down on both sides of the table of healthcare technology. Terry comes with more than 20 years of implementing and managing technology, and Kelley brings a decade of perspective fro ...
 
Tales of transformation is a Deloitte podcast series that explores trends transforming life sciences and health care. From emerging technologies to the rise of the empowered health care customer to the shift from volume to value, this series takes you to the intersection of change where tremendous transformation is happening. Tune in to stay a step ahead of the tremendous change happening in the industry.
 
L'Université Lumière Lyon 2 organise en collaboration avec l'Open Knowledge Initiative (OKI) du MIT, la première édition européenne d'OpeniWorld. Le symposium et les ateliers de démonstration seront focalisés sur les défis technologiques pour l'Éducation et le partage des connaissances. L'enjeu est l'interopérabilité de ressources dont l'institution qui les crée reste maître mais qu'elle décide de fédérer.
 
Welcome! I'm Jamie the Crypto koala who enjoys Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain technology.👍I am crypto enthusiast and investor who allways researching and gaining knowledge of Crypto and Blockchain.🗞️I'm actively building my network and community to give you guys the best content I can 😃Come and follow me on this adventure!!👫👭👬If like what you see please like, follow and share guys👫👭👬Chats and review request contact me at 🔗 https://t.me/cryptokoalaau 🔗📚 I'm not a pro advisor that is giving a ...
 
What is the state of information technology now? That’s the focus of each Inertia episode. The question is a broad one as tech intersects across many industries and themes: personal computers, portable devices from the iPhone to GPS systems, microprocessors, applications, social media, search, medical technology, broadcasting and TV, music tech, online commerce, graphics, cloud computing, security, storage, mobility, and enterprise hardware and software... and anything else that references I ...
 
Innovation at HIMSS17: At HIMSS17, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Venture Investment come together for education, exhibition and networking opportunities. These activities focus on:new ideas that have never been done beforenew ways at looking at old ideasold ideas and new ways of implementing thememerging technologies to make sure they are appropriate to health ITshowing attendees what can be done, if you do a bit of homeworkGuest in this podcast:Christine A. Hudak, Ph.D, RN-BC, CPHIMS, F ...
 
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This week, Mazy Dar, CEO and co-founder at OpenFin joins Wei-Shen on the podcast. First, they talk about how the developing coronavirus (Covid-19) situation impacts the workforce, and how OpenFin is communicating with clients. Then, they discuss financial institutions’ adoption of the Financial Desktop Connectivity (FDC3) standards, and what’s hold…
 
Cory Doctorow is a science fiction author, activist, and journalist. He is the author of RADICALIZED and WALKAWAY and other novels, short stories, and nonfiction. He works for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, is a MIT Media Lab Research Affiliate, is a Visiting Professor of Computer Science at Open University, a Visiting Professor of Practice at…
 
Wouldn’t it be nice if privacy wasn’t an afterthought? What if user privacy was built in from the get go? What if the entire design assumed that you didn’t want anyone selling your data – and respected those wishes? That’s the world of Privacy by Design – a concept pioneered in the mid-1990’s by Dr. Ann Cavoukian. This may seem like an unattainable…
 
The show this week comes from quarantine, and the first time Jay and Steve haven't been able to meet up in person for a coffee and chat to record. We've been working with Teams since it's preview release and have needed to switch gear to consulting with clients remotely over the last few weeks. In the show we share how we've been coping, how to hel…
 
Are you thinking through what the future of healthcare will be with the COVID-19 epidemic influences? In this podcast, we hear about a meeting happening on April 2nd and April 3rd virtually from San Francisco to wherever you are. It will be two days of digital health hosted by Dr. Stefano Bini. They'll be diving into many topics that are applicable…
 
On the 20th of March 2020 life in the UK changed forever when the government, a conservative government to boot, created a safety net for the population as well as for businesses and began to pay the wages of a significant proportion of the population for the duration of the crisis. Around the world the coronavirus is disrupting at least this deepl…
 
My latest podcast is a reading (MP3) of “Data – the new oil, or potential for a toxic oil spill?” — a column I wrote for Kaspersky in which I argue that data was never “the new oil” – instead, it was always the new toxic waste: “pluripotent, immortal – and impossible to contain.” Data breaches are inevitable (any data you collect will probably leak…
 
Never let a good crisis go to waste. Though normally applied to politics, it can be equally applied to opportunistic cyber criminals. With the world transfixed by and anxious about this nasty virus, bad guys are seizing on our fears to make a quick buck. From ransomware-laden virus tracking apps to actually threatening to infect families directly w…
 
This week, I appear on the Cool Tools podcast to discuss my favorite, most indispensible gadgets and services and why I love them. https://kk.org/cooltools/cory-doctorow-science-fiction-author/ My top picks were my Crkt Snap-Lock knife – a one-handed-opening, lightweight, super versatile pocket knife that I carry everywhere. https://www.crkt.com/sn…
 
This week, Kelly Mathieson, head of enterprise solutions, and Dan O’Prey, chief marketing officer of Digital Asset, join Tony on the podcast to talk about some of the issues facing blockchain in the capital markets. Before joining Digital Asset, Kelly spent more than two decades at JP Morgan, while Dan was the CEO and the co-founder of Hyperledger,…
 
Path Computation Element (PCE) is designed to allow the computation of paths for MPLS and GMPLS Point to Point and Point to Multi-point Traffic Engineered LSPs. Adrian Farrel, who was involved in the early work on designing an specifying PCE, joins us in this episode of the History of Networking to describe the purposes, process, and challenges inv…
 
Back when cruise ships were a thing, I went out on the Writing Excuses Cruise as an instructor with Mary Robinette Kowal and friends. While there, we recorded an episode of the Writing Excuses podcast. In a mere 25 minutes, we pack in a lot of material: how to break into the field, what a publisher’s job is, how “digital is different,” self-promoti…
 
As a followup to my last podcast, which featured the Macmillan audiobook of my novella “The Masque of the Red Death”, this week’s podcast starts with a reading of Poe’s original 1842 story, “The Masque of the Red Death. It’s some next-level gothic stuff. As a chaser, I close this week’s podcast with a reading of Twain’s classic, gothic, comedic “Li…
 
In part 1 of this interview, Hayley Tsukayama walked us through the details of the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). In part 2, we discuss how this law will affect many of us who are not California residents and how it’s influencing potential legislation in other states and even at the federal level. We also discuss how CCPA can synergize…
 
In this week's show we're joined by Greg Taylor, Exchange Product Director at Microsoft. In the show we talk about Exchange Online and Exchange On-Premises and cover the following topics and more... Is anyone left on-premises? And are people still deploying Exchange Server today? Exchange 2010 was going to out of support on the 14th of January – bu…
 
Edgar Allen Poe wrote “The Masque of the Red Death” in 1842. It’s about a plutocrat who throws a masked ball in his walled abbey during a plague with the intention of cheating death. My novella “The Masque of the Red Death” is a tribute to Poe; it’s from my book Radicalized. It’s the story of a plute who brings his pals to his luxury bunker during …
 
In this special Covid-19 edition of my podcast, I revisit my end-of-the-world short story When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth, originally published in Baen’s Universe in 2005. Hundreds of people have emailed and tweeted me about this story this week, so I thought it was long overdue that I revisited it (I last read it into my podcast in 2006). Sysadmins…
 
This week, Joanna Wright, our London editor, joins Wei-Shen on the podcast to talk about her feature on how transformer models are benefitting the field of natural language processing (NLP). Then, they talk about having fun at the workplace, and how companies can help provide a sense of fulfillment to their staff.https://www.waterstechnology.com/te…
 
For my latest podcast, I read my latest Locus op-ed, A Lever Without a Fulcrum Is Just a Stick, which analyzes why giving creators more copyright hasn’t made them richer, and proposes other kinds of authors’ rights that would translate into real money for real creators. The fact that the company can’t reproduce your book without your permission doe…
 
Last night I sat down for an interview and lively Q&A at the Kelowna Public Library with the CBC’s Sarah Penton as part of the Canada Reads national book prize, for which my book Radicalized is a finalist. Courtney Dickson was kind enough to send me raw audio from the board and to give me permission to post it and include it in my podcast feed. It …
 
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