Best Itprotv podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Don Pezet and Peter VanRysdam cover a whirlwind of tech topics each week from interviews with industry experts and up-and-coming companies to commentary on topics like security, vendor certifications, networking, and just about anything IT related.
 
Don Pezet and Peter VanRysdam cover a whirlwind of tech topics each week from interviews with industry experts and up-and-coming companies to commentary on topics like security, vendor certifications, networking, and just about anything IT related.
 
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It was a week of celebrations, and Peter and Daniel marked Amazon's Prime Day, Slackware's birthday, and emoji day. They also cover a myriad of Microsoft stories out of Redmond.
 
The summer is in full swing, and on this week’s Technado, Don Pezet and Peter VanRysdam talk about the changes to Apple’s Mac books, some surprisingly exciting news for Notepad in Windows, and how not to sneak a snake on a plane.
 
The summer is in full swing, and on this week's Technado, Don Pezet and Peter VanRysdam talk about the changes to Apple's Mac books, some surprisingly exciting news for Notepad in Windows, and how not to sneak a snake on a plane.
 
Order is restored, as Peter and Don reunite to talk about the news of the week. There were plenty of Apple stories, including some new hardware rumors, as well as Microsoft stories, like the problems with the latest build of Windows 10. Finally, the two talk about why you should leave your phone at home when you head to the floor of parliament.…
 
Order is restored, as Peter and Don reunite to talk about the news of the week. There were plenty of Apple stories, including some new hardware rumors, as well as Microsoft stories, like the problems with the latest build of Windows 10. Finally, the two talk about why you should leave your phone at home when you head to the floor of parliament.…
 
In this week’s episode, Don and Daniel talk with Titan HQ’s Dryden Geary about Datto Con and GDPR fallout. The pair also cover the week’s top tech stories, including Fedora 29 and some fancy new SD cards.
 
In this week's episode, Don and Daniel talk with Titan HQ's Dryden Geary about Datto Con and GDPR fallout. The pair also cover the week's top tech stories, including Fedora 29 and some fancy new SD cards.
 
Reunited, and it feels so good! Don and Peter are back in the studio to talk about Android messages, cryptocurrency hacking, and two of the worst padlocks ever made.
 
Reunited, and it feels so good! Don and Peter are back in the studio to talk about Android messages, cryptocurrency hacking, and two of the worst padlocks ever made.
 
With Don still on the lamb, Peter teams up with Technado veteran Daniel to look back at the week’s news. Microsoft dominated the headlines, with stories ranging from Office redesigns to patch Tuesday updates.
 
With Don still on the lamb, Peter teams up with Technado veteran Daniel to look back at the week's news. Microsoft dominated the headlines, with stories ranging from Office redesigns to patch Tuesday updates.
 
Did your Apple WWDC expectations come true? In this episode, Peter and special guest Wes look at all the new features from Mac’s Mojave announcement. They also discuss the rest of the week’s news, including Microsoft’s purchase of GitHub.
 
Did your Apple WWDC expectations come true? In this episode, Peter and special guest Wes look at all the new features from Mac's Mojave announcement. They also discuss the rest of the week's news, including Microsoft's purchase of GitHub.
 
Peter and Don are coming off the high from the semi-centennial episode, but have plenty of great stories to pick themselves up. In this episode, the pair looks at the launch of Parrot 4.0 and RedHat conference sessions while also making predictions for Apple’s upcoming WWDC.
 
Peter and Don are coming off the high from the semi-centennial episode, but have plenty of great stories to pick themselves up. In this episode, the pair looks at the launch of Parrot 4.0 and RedHat conference sessions while also making predictions for Apple’s upcoming WWDC.
 
It’s the semi-centennial episode of the Technado! To celebrate, Don and Peter take you on a tour of the studio. But don’t worry...they still cover the week’s top stories like the malware attack affecting wireless routers.
 
It’s the semi-centennial episode of the Technado! To celebrate, Don and Peter take you on a tour of the studio. But don’t worry...they still cover the week’s top stories like the malware attack affecting wireless routers.
 
It was a quiet week in the tech news world, but that means Don and Wes can dig a little deeper. The duo talk Intel, Windows 10, and the efail exploit and what it means for the future of email privacy.
 
It was a quiet week in the tech news world, but that means Don and Wes can dig a little deeper. The duo talk Intel, Windows 10, and the efail exploit and what it means for the future of email privacy.
 
With Don playing hooky, Daniel joins Peter in the studio to recap the week that was in tech. It starts with highlights from the Microsoft Build conference and ends with some pre-GDPR news, with plenty of tech goodness in the middle.
 
In this week’s episode, Peter and Don discuss the new release from Ubuntu, several security stories, and a happy ending for one of the show’s previous interview guests.
 
In this week's episode, Peter and Don discuss the new release from Ubuntu, several security stories, and a happy ending for one of the show's previous interview guests.
 
Reunited and it feels so good! Peter and Don are back in studio to go over all the news out of RSA and the tech world in general from the last few weeks. Amazon workers, get your bottles ready!
 
Reunited and it feels so good! Peter and Don are back in studio to go over all the news out of RSA and the tech world in general from the last few weeks. Amazon workers, get your bottles ready!
 
Peter and Daniel went out west to the land of Danny Tanner for the RSA security conference. In this episode of the Technado, they look back at their favorite sessions and share their favorite interviews from the event.
 
Peter and Daniel went out west to the land of Danny Tanner for the RSA security conference. In this episode of the Technado, they look back at their favorite sessions and share their favorite interviews from the event.
 
What’s the deal with Intel’s new Coffee Lake i9 chips? In this episode, Peter and Don welcome in Wes Bryan to break down the pros and cons of the new chip announcement. The crew also covers the week’s news stories.
 
What's the deal with Intel's new Coffee Lake i9 chips? In this episode, Peter and Don welcome in Wes Bryan to break down the pros and cons of the new chip announcement. The crew also covers the week's news stories.
 
Don’t worry - it’s still the podcast you know and love. But the ITProTV Podcast has a new name. Welcome to the Technado, where Peter and Don explore the whirlwind of tech stories from the week. This week features a new Linux kernal, brand new Intel chips, and the great migration to Google Plus.
 
Don't worry - it's still the podcast you know and love. But the ITProTV Podcast has a new name. Welcome to the Technado, where Peter and Don explore the whirlwind of tech stories from the week. This week features a new Linux kernal, brand new Intel chips, and the great migration to Google Plus.
 
We’ve got even more great content from Infosec World 2018. In this episode, Peter and Daniel talk about some of their favorite interviews from the conference and share them with you. And somehow, the travel got everyone confused, because we accidentally called this week 12 again. But fear not - this is all new content.…
 
We've got even more great content from Infosec World 2018. In this episode, Peter and Daniel talk about some of their favorite interviews from the conference and share them with you. And somehow, the travel got everyone confused, because we accidentally called this week 12 again. But fear not - this is all new content.…
 
The team is on the road this week in beautiful Orlando, Florida for the InfoSec 2018 conference. In this special episode, Peter and Don discuss their favorite interviews from the event, including Jordan Detection and HackerOne.
 
The team is on the road this week in beautiful Orlando, Florida for the InfoSec 2018 conference. In this special episode, Peter and Don discuss their favorite interviews from the event, including Jordan Detection and HackerOne.
 
With Peter out of town, Don wrangled ITProTV Edutainer Daniel Lowrie to come and discuss the week’s news. And what a week it was! The duo covers everything from the AMD meltdown to prison tattoos.
 
With Peter out of town, Don wrangled ITProTV Edutainer Daniel Lowrie to come and discuss the week’s news. And what a week it was! The duo covers everything from the AMD meltdown to prison tattoos.
 
This week saw the biggest DDOS attack in history, and Don and Peter are here to talk about it. But that’s not the only news of the week, with plenty of stories from Microsoft and Linux to round out the week.
 
With the Mobile World Congress wrapping up in Europe, Don and Peter had plenty of gadgets to discuss, both good and bad. They also are joined by Patrick from VendorHawk who tells them how to maximize their Saas investment.
 
With the Mobile World Congress wrapping up in Europe, Don and Peter had plenty of gadgets to discuss, both good and bad. They also are joined by Patrick from VendorHawk who tells them how to maximize their Saas investment.
 
We revisit with some old friends this week, as Peter and Don talk with Assaf Eyal of Verint. After meeting at RSA 2017, Assaf tells us more about how Verint uses AI to improve threat detection and help smaller teams stay safe. After that, we delve into the news of the week, including one misguided company's attempt to hack their hacker.…
 
We revisit with some old friends this week, as Peter and Don talk with Assaf Eyal of Verint. After meeting at RSA 2017, Assaf tells us more about how Verint uses AI to improve threat detection and help smaller teams stay safe. After that, we delve into the news of the week, including one misguided company's attempt to hack their hacker.…
 
What does Plum, a wine serving and preserving appliance, have to do with tech? In this episode, Peter and Don interview their founder to hear how he went from building a security startup to chasing a life-long passion and creating an IoT device that won’t be part of the next hack on your network.
 
What does Plum, a wine serving and preserving appliance, have to do with tech? In this episode, Peter and Don interview their founder to hear how he went from building a security startup to chasing a life-long passion and creating an IoT device that won't be part of the next hack on your network.
 
In week 6 of 2018, we’ve got a host of operating system stories to cover from Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and Mac. After that, Don and Peter talk fake news.
 
In week 6 of 2018, we've got a host of operating system stories to cover from Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and Mac. After that, Don and Peter talk fake news.
 
Have you ever wanted to run your iPhone mobile apps on your MacBook? If so, you're in luck. In this episode, Peter and Don talk about some changes coming down the line for Apple, as well as Microsoft and Cisco news. And finally, they discuss how hard it is for governments to protect their data.
 
Spectre patches are the story that just won't go away. After Don and Peter discuss which patches to stop installing, they cover some interesting cloud scenarios before wrapping up with a Jeopardy story for the ages.
 
Spectre patches are the story that just won't go away. After Don and Peter discuss which patches to stop installing, they cover some interesting cloud scenarios before wrapping up with a Jeopardy story for the ages.
 
Things have calmed down from the holidays and CES, allowing Peter and Don to get deeper into some cloud news, Apple ‘text bombs,’ and finding a new home for Amazon’s North American headquarters. Doesn’t that sound fun?
 
Things have calmed down from the holidays and CES, allowing Peter and Don to get deeper into some cloud news, Apple 'text bombs,' and finding a new home for Amazon's North American headquarters. Doesn't that sound fun?
 
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