Category: Podcasts

Making OpenStack simpler with Jonathan Bryce

At the OpenStack Summit in Boston, Jonathan Bryce, Executive Director of the OpenStack Foundation talked about the need to simplify OpenStack. This became the main theme of the conference for many people. Enterprise Times was fortunate enough to get some time with Bryce to talk about what this really means and OpenStack’s relationship with the…

Security beyond the perimeter with Lou Manousos

IT security teams are struggling to know where to look when it comes to security. They’ve pinned down, or believe they’ve pinned down the perimeter of the enterprise. The problem is that there has been no effective perimeter for well over a decade. Mobile users, cloud-services, social media presence and websites all show that the…

Aubrey Blanche talks diversity

Organisations are keen to show off their equality programmes at the moment. But how good are those programmes and how easy is it to create something that is really meeting expectations? It’s a difficult question to get an answer to. Most organisations like to throw numbers around without actually doing any real research into what…

Talking social philanthropy with Jessica Hyman

Like many new technologies companies, Atlassian has its own programme for giving back to the community. At the Atlassian Summit Europe in Barcelona, Enterprise Times caught up with Pledge 1% evangelist, Jessica Hyman. In this podcast, Hyman explains why Pledge 1% is important, what it means and how Atlassian is using it to forge a…

Paul Bleackley talks about UK Cyber Defence

  Earlier this year Enterprise Times had the opportunity to visit the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom. Part of the Ministry of Defence, its main focus is on the impact of technology on the UK military. As part of the UK National Cyber Security Strategy, the Defence Cyber School has been established. Paul Bleackley,…

Michael Tabron talks SUSE, IBM Power and SAP HANA

Enterprise Times recently had the opportunity to sit down with Michael Tabron, Senior Marketing Manager, SUSE. He is responsible for the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and talked to us about the range of platforms and architectures on which it now runs. He surprised us at the beginning by saying that there is a version for…

Evan Goldberg gets passionate about NetSuite and Cancer research

After the acquisition of NetSuite by Oracle there were questions about whether Evan Goldberg, founder and CTO would leave NetSuite. As time has past this now seems extremely unlikely. Enterprise Times talked to Goldberg after he had delivered his technical keynote on stage at SuiteWorld 17. Hosting the event it was clear that the access…

Greg Wolfond talks blockchain and SecureKey

SecureKey is an identity and authentication provider. Unlike many companies in this space it is focused on consumers rather than enterprise users. At IBM InterConnect earlier this year, Wolfond announced SecureKey’s latest blockchain-based solution. It is designed to allow consumers to share sensitive information in such a way that the information stays protected. This is…

Steven Dickens talks about Mainframe as a Service

At IBM InterConnect last month, Steve Dickens, Global Offering Manager for IBM Mainframes dropped in for a chat. The last three years have seen IBM reinvent the mainframe especially with the z Systems z12 and z13. IBM has also introduced the LinuxONE group of mainframes for customers who only want to run Linux. It is…