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We're here to chat about business, books, autism and a different way of doing things. Meet the agencies and organizations who are dedicated to improving the lives of autistic individuals and the autistic individuals helping them get it done. Did I mention we own a technology start up who's kicking the old way of coaching to the curb?
 
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University lecturer Jade James talks about her career path from digital forensics lab work into academia, including why pursuing a Master's degree has been crucial to her professional growth, some of the personal obstacles she overcame to earn it, and her current role as a lecturer teaching university students.…
 
Covered in this episode are: Generalist vs. specialist DFIR pros The need for training and awareness across a wider pool of people -- as well as openness to a variety of backgrounds and redefining what a "good candidate" looks like Ways for job-hunters to optimize their LinkedIn profile and networking efforts…
 
What are partnership and collaboration such amazing things for a business? Because they open up opportunities that you might not have been able to act on by yourself and they create opportunities that you could never consider. I was fortunate to be introduced to Wayne Lamon from the Work Based Learning Consortium almost 2 years ago. Not only are th…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on integrating content collaboration into your custom applications. In today’s episode, Pierre Cahorn, one of our expert Solutions Consultants at OpenText, is here to discuss how OpenText Intelligent Viewing enables organizations derive more value from their content. The Intelligent V…
 
This is a Canadian success story across so many levels. It brings together the importance of pursuing an idea, being open to opportunity and the power of being a part of a mentorship. Meet Amanda Craig and Doug Wallbank and hear their story of how mentorship changed their lives and businesses.By Elizabeth Plouffe
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on making the most of your software support investment. In today’s episode, Daniel Mejia, one of our expert Solutions Consultant at OpenText, will share several best practices and practical tips to help you resolve your software support issues faster and with less stress. Daniel has y…
 
From a very young age, I have not liked to be told no, stuck in a box or what I can and cannot do by someone other than me. That goes for my business as well. Thank goodness I have amazing partners who don't say no and are as crazy as I am about kicking those constraining boxes to the curb. Now as a team we're trying to do that for autistic Canadia…
 
Everyone likes a success story. If you are a parent of an autistic person, success stories are extremely important. Meet Courtney Weaver who is a success story on many levels. A strong autistic self-advocate, Courtney's journey to employment has had many stages and phases that all driven people can relate to.…
 
Have you ever had the chance to learn from or be a mentor? It's an amazing opportunity that MentorAbility Ontario is helping to make happen for folks with a disability. Why is that important? When you've already got some barriers up against you for successful employment, support is a very important thing. Meet Brittany Williston from Performance Pl…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on the power of saying “no” in sales. In today’s episode, Kak Varley, Account Executive at OpenText, discusses what he views as the most common problem in sales—fear of saying “no”. In addition to explaining the problem, Kak provides tips on how to address and avoid it, thus removing …
 
There is nothing worse than a situation where a group elects itself the voice of another group. Why? Because how then do we really know whose voice we're listening to? This is what makes the 200th episode on the Across the Desk podcast extra special. It's what the podcast is all about - giving folks a voice who might not otherwise have one. It's my…
 
I think we can all agree that COVID has put our mental health to the test. Imagine being in a situation where you are not only dealing with the stress of COVID but suddenly all supports for yourself or someone you care for who is autistic disappear. No warning. No other plan. Just gone. Dr. Carly McMorris and self advocate and parent Rebekah Kintzi…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on the topic avoiding band-aid solutions. In today’s episode, Barbara-Anne Elstone, Account Executive at OpenText, and Pierre Cahorn Senior Solutions Consultants at OpenText, discuss the importance of avoiding band-aid solutions. They examine how to get to the root of the problem and …
 
Solution consulting for a digital forensics vendor demands a deep knowledge, not just of digital forensics practice, but also of the people who are doing the practice. This month’s special vendor edition of the Forensic Focus podcast brings Nuix’s Aidan Jewell, head of solution consulting in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Aidan started working…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on the topic of architecting or modeling for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and the digital transformation. In today’s episode, we talk with Sunny Sarphare an independent software consultant and Process Automation Practitioner. We discuss how to architect and design a digital organi…
 
Join Dr. Stephen Gentles, Maddy Dever and Corey Walker as we discuss how the lack of data standardization and linking precludes the necessary complex analyses that could lead to significantly more efficient targeted care, and innovative environmental and policy modifications. As a result, Canada is far from achieving the improvements to quality of …
 
Most parents plan for the day when their children will grow up and leave the "nest". Their kids will find their own way in the world, get an apartment or house and live independently and successfully. But what if your plan has to include finding a group home situation for your child to age in to? What if your adult child requires support for the re…
 
It is my great honor to welcome Deputy Grand Chief Walter Naveau of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation to Across the Desk and the CASDA podcast series. Deputy Grand Chief joins us to discuss the growing concern about autism in the First Nations communities. We discuss how families need access to autism services which not only provide existing non-Indigenous…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on the advantages of application containerization and Kubernetes. Jacqueline Probe, Senior Solutions Consultant at OpenText, and Matt Lupfer, independent software consultant, will discuss the benefits of application containerization and Kubernetes. Jacqueline and Matt will share their…
 
How different would your life be without the digital services you rely on today? It’s a difficult question to consider, given how these modern marvels are so ubiquitous as to be taken for granted in our first world.But that’s far from the case in developing countries, and digital literacy is a particular problem in the African Valley. Farmers there…
 
In an era of profound social change, few industries find themselves at the intersection between law, technology, and social justice the way digital forensics does. This month on the Forensic Focus podcast, our vendor edition welcomes Henrik Tjernberg chairman of the board of our longtime sponsor MSAB. Having served in that role since 2002, Mr. Tjer…
 
On April 6th the Canadian Journal of Autism Equity successfully launched its inaugural issue! Bringing together the voices of autistic Canadians from across the country, this journal is being created to amplify the voices of those who have always belonged in the conversation. Learn how you can add your voice to the conversation with the team from C…
 
MentorAbility is a program which focuses on connecting protégées with mentors in careers. One of the best ways to learn about a career is to talk to someone who is passionate about what they do and will show you the realities of a career choice.Today we meet Tiffany Drummond who is an entrepreneur from Ottawa. Her business, ProCare Family Center, f…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on the topic of efficiently moving to the cloud. David Mee, Senior Solutions Architect at OpenText, discusses migrating and moving systems, data, and entire environments to the cloud using the lift-and-shift method. David shares his extensive knowledge and experience by addressing suc…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on the topic of Digital Transformation and the Change Mindset. Bryan York, Account Executive at OpenText, and Jeffrey Sage, Managing Partner at Potentia, discuss the importance of change management in the digital transformation process. Our two experts share their knowledge and experi…
 
This executive function thing - how many ways can having a deficit actually screw up your life? Quite a few apparently. Not the least of which is building and maintaining relationships with folks besides your family. Family are a built in "safe space" for relationships. They already know you and love you so not much effort is needed to make that wo…
 
On episode 23 of The Public Sector Heroes Podcast, host Frank McNally talks with Florence Kasule, Director of Procurement at the United States Digital Service, to talk about inspiring women in procurement, innovating in government technology, and overcoming acquisition challenges.By Public Spend Forum
 
Are you autistic and looking for work? Finding that a bit tricky during COVID? SpectrumWorks is offering a free virtual job fair which will be happening across Canada on April 8th. Visit SpectrumWorks.ca to find out more and register! Is this just for job seekers? No! We need employers for networking and service providers to introduce themselves an…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation on the topic of conducting successful software evaluations and proofs of concept (POC). Barbara-Anne Elstone, Account Executive at OpenText, and Dave Hinkle, Solutions Consultant at OpenText, discuss how to conduct successful software evaluations and POC’s. Our two experts share their…
 
Executive function deficit can present as challenging for alot of folks on and off the spectrum. Ever had a really busy day and your to do list goes out the window? That's an executive function fail. When it happens all the time, it's a considered a deficit. Usually we have those moments in response to periods distraction or overwhelm. But what hap…
 
Grab a coffee and join us for an engaging 20-minute conversation with two leading experts in Business Process Automation (BPA). David Berglund, Sr. Director at OpenText, and Kevin Beddingfield, Managing Director at ClearCadence LLC, address the What, Why, When, Where, and Who of BPA in an illuminating and instructive discussion. Our two experts sha…
 
When do you start thinking about where your autistic child is going to live? When they're 8 or 18? For some folks the conversation has to start as early as 8. Why? Because the supported housing wait list can be 10 years long. Join us as we discuss different housing options for autistic Canadians and how HAL-Labs is making a difference.…
 
When you're in a situation that involves a disability, things can get a little tricky with accessing services and equitable access to those services. This needs to change. CASDA is working with members of the autism community, policy makers and government to level the playing field and lessen the challenges when it comes to making sure that autisti…
 
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