PodTech:NTRGlobal 101

July 27, 2007

Andre Angel, president and CEO of NTRGlobal, gives an overview of their product line during the Dallas ITEC show. Back in their Dallas office, VP of Sales Julie Weiner demonstrates a remote control session and remote file transfer.

[podtech content=http://media1.podtech.net/media/2007/07/PID_011975/Podtech_NTRGlobal_101.flv&postURL=http://www.podtech.net/home/3663/ntrglobal-101&totalTime=1281000&breadcrumb=197f26b787eb4dbc9e6729e0767b30df]


My New Friend Denise Wakeman

July 19, 2007

I’m one of the experts on small business to be asked by Wells Fargo to participate in their Webcast coming up on August 15th (register here). As always, I try to learn from everyone I meet, and one of the other panelists is Denise Wakeman, cofounder of The Blog Squad.

She’s been blogging (of course) about the Webcast in some detail, and here she mentions another blog I like: FlushTV, run by a Brooklyn plumbing company. Denise says it best, but this just proves any company can benefit when making themselves more open to their customers.


Feedback from Detroit Bloggers

June 17, 2007

I’ve been slightly disappointed that no reports of my ITEC speeches this year have appeared in blogs, but that changed in Detroit. Not one but two bloggers came to my keynote speech and reported on same. Luckily they both seemed to like what I had to say.

Check out reports from YaZug and Bill Gratsch. If you’re near Seattle or Indianapolis come see for yourself (June 20th and 27th respectively).


PodTech:Dortch On Virtualization

May 25, 2007

Michael Dortch, an analyst for the Robert Frances Group, speaks at the Altiris ManageFusion07 conference on The Dark Side(s) of Virtualization. Wicked smart as well as wicked funny, Michael defies convention during this guerrilla video taping. If you’ve never met Michael Dortch or heard him speak, sit back and enjoy a level of honesty rarely heard in public. The presentation can be downloaded in PDF and PPT format.

[podtech content=http://media1.podtech.net/media/2007/05/PID_011423/Podtech_Dortch_On_Virtualization.flv&postURL=http://www.podtech.net/home/3155/dortch-on-virtualization&totalTime=3163000&breadcrumb=403700d601a04c31b7a16cc70b8e5bb4]


PodTech:Web 2.0 from Cap5

May 24, 2007

Cap5 President Tony Hodgson discusses the services his company offers in the Houston area, and the surprising results his customers receive from basic Web 2.0 features on the Web sites he builds.

[podtech content=http://media1.podtech.net/media/2007/05/PID_011383/Podtech_WEb_20_from_Cap5.flv&postURL=http://www.podtech.net/home/3129/web-20-from-cap5&totalTime=465000&breadcrumb=3a1966a9-4115-4064-bc3d-e31ca37c883d]


PodTech:Data Communications per ITS

May 4, 2007

During the Altiris user conference in Las Vegas, April 10-13th, I had a chance to visit with Wade Wyant, directory of technology services for ITS Communications of Grand Rapids, Mich. One of the premier voice and data communications companies in the Great Lakes Region, ITS communications added Altiris network management products to their solutions toolkit to satisfy customer demand.

[podtech content=http://media1.podtech.net/media/2007/05/PID_011150/Podtech_Data_Comm_per_ITS.flv&postURL=http://www.podtech.net/home/tech/2931/data-communications-per-its&totalTime=1219000&breadcrumb=c7ef6796-9c76-442e-bdb1-db0a605e6663]


Twisted Pair Shout Out

May 4, 2007

If you haven’t listened to Keith Shaw and Jason Meserve’s Twisted Pair weekly audio podcast, you’re missing some fun. This week they talked about listener response to Keith’s rant after a Microsoft computer meltdown. Hey, guys, if you want e-mails for and against switching away from Microsoft to a Mac, I’ve got 47 from last summer you can have. There’s also strings of user comments on previous newsletters mentioning Macintosh or complaining about Microsoft (I do my fair share). Read the rest of this entry »