Category: Podcasts

Why did HPC vendor select Oracle bare metal

Oracle OpenWorld is a huge event, over 60,000 partners, customers and employees attend the annual event in San Francisco. This year ET spoke to Mike Turner product lead at Zenotech Ltd. Its solutions allow clients to run complex fluid mechanical engineering problems on high performance computing environment that are matched against the requirements. One of the…

Where is FinancialForce headed?

Enterprise Times sat down with Dan Brown, Chief Product Officer at FinancialForce to discover where the company and its products are headed in the future. Brown is the fourth senior member of the leadership team joining Tod Nielsen, Fred Studer and Joe Fuca as it looks to scale.  Brown reveals the three reasons why he…

Aaron Higbee talks about the dangers of phishing

Aaron Higbee, CTO and co-founder at PhishMe recently flew into London to talk about their recent report on Phishing. While he was in town Enterprise Times sat down with Higbee to talk about the challenges organisations face and what they can do about the epidemic of phishing. Higbee talked about how companies need to help…

iCabbi are growing up with Oracle platform

The world of passenger transportation is changing. ET spoke to Ian McDonald, Senior Business Analyst of iCabbi at Oracle OpenWorld. iCabbi is a software company for taxi firms that you might use but haven’t heard of. It is a fast growing startup that develops booking and dispatch software for the Taxi and Private Hire industry. From…

How do you achieve 98% customer satisfaction

At Workday Rising in Barcelona, ET spoke to Karen Minicozzi, Vice President, Pre-sales, Workday. Workday had just completed its annual survey and revealed a 98% customer satisfaction rating. We talked about how Workday looks at engagement with customers from pre-sales through to the in-life experience. Minicozzi gives some insights about how Workday manages that lifecycle and how…

Julian Meyrick, IBM, on cyber training for veterans

Julian Meyrick is Vice President for Security, IBM Europe. IBM has been sponsoring cybersecurity training courses for military veterans. It is part of their Corporate Social Responsibility programmes. It started in the US where 1,000 people have been trained and has now reached the UK. Every month, Salute My Job selects 10 military veterans, IBM…

Rachel Neaman talks about diversity and cybersecurity

Earlier this year, Enterprise Times spent some time with the Corsham Institute looking at the work it was doing with retraining military veterans into cybersecurity roles. During the day, ET was able to sit down with Rachel Neaman, CEO of the Corsham Institute. During the discussion Neaman talked about the challenges of skills gaps across…

John Petrie on the challenge of being a CISO

John Petrie is the Global CISO of NTT Security. On a recent trip to London to meet with all the CISO’s across the NTT group of companies, Petrie sat down with Enterprise Times to talk about the challenges of the role. Petrie faces some unique challenges. NTT Security is just one year old and is…

Is the key to internationalisation watching TV?

ET spoke to Craig Sullivan, Group Vice President, Product Management, NetSuite at NetSuite Next Ready Business Tour in London. He talks about the challenges of internationalisation in his role at NetSuite and for other organisations. He retells an anecdote about how watching TV in a new country gives him an initial understanding of the culture. He also…

Dermot O’Kelly talks about Oracle in the UK at Openworld

Enterprise Times spoke to Dermot O’Kelly, Senior Vice President and Country Leader, UK, Ireland and Israel, Oracle at Oracle Openworld. In this brief podcast he shares his views on how different the UK market is to the US market, or isn’t. O’Kelly also talks about a “hell of a proposition” when explaining the autonomous database. He also…