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M365 Voice is a monthly podcast dedicated to share information with the community about the Microsoft 365 platform that includes Office 365, Windows 10 and EMS. Our podcasts will be 20 minutes each and will cover new features, updates, best practices and other ideas about the platform. We will also host guests from the community and from different Microsoft Product Group members.
 
As IoT continues to shape our lives in a world that is transforming – often in ways we don’t even realize – Pete Bernard from Microsoft takes listeners on a journey through the world of IoT thought leaders to explore their vision of the future and what IoT will do to shape it. Listen in to the IoT Unicorn podcast series as he explores how their individual journeys were moulded by technology and get answers to how they’re currently using IoT, what motivates them to create, and their perspecti ...
 
Connected Social Media works with the world's most innovative companies to tell the stories behind their press releases and their products. Whether you're a blogger, a journalist, an investor or an engaged consumer, you'll get valuable insights and information from the people behind the people behind the projects that drive modern life - everything from microchips to microfinance, from wifi to disaster recovery. Brilliant, hard-working and dedicated executives, engineers, analysts and entrep ...
 
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GreenBiz 350

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GreenBiz 350

Joel Makower and Heather Clancy

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GreenBiz 350 is a weekly podcast taking you behind the headlines in green business. Original stories and interviews cover renewable energy, clean technologies, sustainable supply chains, cities, food, climate change and more.
 
On the Words Work At Microsoft Podcast, we’ll be chatting about how Microsoft culture has evolved, starting with the way we talk. In each episode we’ll interview someone within the Microsoft writing community, giving you an inside look at how we approach our work. And, hopefully, offering up a heavy dose of trips and tricks along the way. www.wordsworkpodcast.com
 
Your FIDM Story is a podcast hosted by Caitlin Benson and produced by FIDM Alumnus Spencer Williams. Guests include FIDM Graduates and Faculty discussing successes, failures, and life lessons learned from FIDM and post-graduate life. Hear everything from how to begin your own business to finding inspiration and creating a career path that is right for you.With campuses in Los Angeles and Orange County, California, FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising is a 4-year WASC and NASAD ac ...
 
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Carpool Agency

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Work is a show about why and how we work. So many people in the world who work and with work changing so much recently, we thought... let's chat about it and see how we can work together to make work better. "Work" word count: 9
 
As a CEO, you’ve demonstrated your ability to solve complex problems and achieve extraordinary results. You've skills, resources and experience. But you have the potential for even greater impact and a more satisfying legacy. What will it take to multiply your positive impact - in the business, for your people, and in the world at large? Join Richard Medcalf, Founder of Xquadrant, and high-impact CEOs from some of the world’s most exciting firms - for a perspective-shifting conversation at t ...
 
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Tech Insights

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Info-Tech Research Group

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Welcome to Tech Insights, from Info-Tech Research Group. Join me, Brian Jackson, and our team of expert analysts as we delve beyond the headlines in the world of tech. We cut through all the noise and focus on what really matters for technology leaders.
 
Digital: Disrupted is a weekly podcast sponsored by Rocket Software, in which Paul Muller dives into the unique angles of digital transformation — the human side, the industry specifics, the pros and cons, and the unknown future. Paul asks tech/business experts today’s biggest questions, from “how do you go from disrupted to disruptor?” to “how does this matter to humanity?” Subscribe to gain foresight into what’s coming and insight for how to navigate it.
 
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Green Vs. Blue

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Green Vs. Blue

David Brown & Patrick Fennell

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Green Vs. Blue is a podcast where your hosts, SDDawg & VariotyPat (AKA PlaystationPat), discuss the two best video game platforms: Xbox and PlayStation. For more content by us, and to support the directly show, please visit: Patreon.com/GreenVsBlue
 
Every day, leaders are taking advantage of new ways to communicate with their clients, employees and the press- from podcasting, video and innovative tactics to engage on social media. On the Executive Communications Podcast, host Dan Bruton interviews the people behind the scenes that are crafting the strategy & messaging for their executive teams, and digs into the evolution of how leaders communicate to move their organizations forward.
 
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This Week In Jackassery

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This Week In Jackassery by The Snap Download

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In each episode of This Week In Jackassery, co-hosts Adrienne Boettinger and Shane Barnhill call out the world's finest examples of Jackassery, discuss what's driving them to drink, break down current events related to politics and technology, and do their best to find something in the word that doesn't such from the past week.
 
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In this episode we address this question from one of our listeners: We are just beginning to use office365. We have our important documents in OneDrive. We wish to share these files with others. Should we jump to teams? Or can we start sharing the files on SharePoint. We review the options of sharing files from OneDrive or SharePoint, and where is …
 
This week's episode features Ami Silverman, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Worldwide Consumer Channel Sales and Marketing. Listen along as the FIDM Merchandising & Marketing Grad talks about how her two-decade career in the apparel industry prepared her for a career in technology. Tom Henkenius, Director FIDM’s Bachelor’s Degrees in Digital …
 
In Cold War times, British members of Parliament could allegedly be suborned for a bottle of good vodka, a fur coat for the wife and caviar for Christmas. The Tory ones were a bit more expensive, often necessitating a honey trap of one kind or another. It made a few eyes water, therefore, to read about the sums an alleged Chinese intelligence opera…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to legendary journalist and filmmaker John Pilger. He discusses the scandal surrounding Boris Johnson over Downing Street parties during coronavirus lockdowns, growing US tensions with Moscow over Ukraine amid the backdrop of NATO enlargement to Russia’s borders, tensions with China and the West’s need…
 
After a Bronx apartment building went on fire earlier this month, killing 17 and injuring many more, a national conversation picked up about low-income housing and tenant rights. New York City’s new mayor initially tried to blame tenants who hadn’t closed the fire door and the people whose space heater may have caused the blaze. Lee Camp takes on t…
 
Mere days away from China’s Winter Olympics, more and more countries are leaving the huddle to join a diplomatic boycott against Beijing. As the Omicron Covid-19 variant continues to cause a global scare (plus a stoppage of ticket sales), sports anthropologist and Olympics expert Dr. Susan Brownell discusses the impact on diplomacy and on athletes …
 
In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the inflation ‘blame game.’ Headlines suggest everything from greedy CEOs to Saudi royals as the cause of all the high prices consumers are experiencing. It’s *definitely* not the money printing!In the second half, Max chats to bitcoin developer and entrepreneur Jimmy Song, author of the new b…
 
With markets taking a beating this week, where are investors turning for a hedge? We take a look at the performance of global stocks and the toll of inflation. Plus, the Federal Reserve is making moves to expand its presence in the digital currency space. We take a look into the central bank’s efforts and how it will impact major cryptocurrencies. …
 
This weekend, we look at our culture through new lenses. First, we go to Mexico. Lilah speaks to James Beard Award-winning chef Pati Jinich about how diplomacy is sometimes better achieved through the language of food. Then, anthropologist and FT columnist Gillian Tett looks at social phenomena through the lens of anthropology – from crypto to how …
 
During the past year, workers have left their jobs at an unprecedented rate. The mass migration has been dubbed 'The Great Resignation' and it's shone a light on the importance of employee retention. Especially in IT where there is already a shortage of technical talent available on the market, companies should make a serious effort to keep their w…
 
The Federal Reserve’s plans to change course in 2022 are being backed by President Biden, but will the measures be enough to combat rising inflation? Plus, we take you to Russia, where the nation’s central bank is calling for a complete ban of cryptocurrency and mining. We’ll take a look at what’s at stake. And with oil prices skyrocketing, could w…
 
Naomi Karavani brings you a very special interview this week. She spoke to former-Guantanamo detainee and author Mansoor Adayfi about his experience of being held in the US’s most notorious illegal detention center, Guantanamo, for 14 years without charge. Adayfi is currently being held in Serbia under less restrictive conditions, but he still isn’…
 
Chris Hedges discusses the corporate assault against the US Postal Service with author Christopher W. Shaw.The corporate seizure of public utilities and privatization of schools is part of a broad assault to turn government assets into assets that will swell corporate profit. The post office has been a coveted target for decades. Corporations such …
 
The Federal Reserve has for the first time launched a period of debate of a central bank digital currency, and Luckin Coffee is planning to relist in the US after being delisted following a $300m fraud scandal. Plus, the FT’s Katie Martin explains why we should pay attention to German Bund yields turning positive this week. Mentioned in this podcas…
 
One year after the storming of the Capitol, Colonel Laurence Wilkerson, chief of staff to the late General Colin Powell, presents a searing assessment of the current state of the republic, both in its domestic politics and its role in world politics. Colonel Wilkerson tells Alex that Colin Powell was the greatest president America never had, and th…
 
The wave of cryptocurrency crackdowns just got even bigger as the UK steps up efforts to combat advertisements in the industry. We’ll bring you the details. Plus, tech stocks in the US are looking to make a comeback as the Nasdaq approaches correction territory. We’ll take a look at the state of the markets. And the disparity between the rich and p…
 
A US Senate committee will begin debating a pair of bills designed to reshape technology regulation, and US banks are gearing up for interest rate rises planned by the Federal Reserve this year. Plus, the FT’s Moscow bureau chief, Max Seddon, explains how Russia has built up its economy to protect itself from sanctions. Mentioned in this podcast: U…
 
This week’s episode is hosted by FIDM Senior Writer Gigi Hooghkirk who manages our online Success Stories. Listen along as Gigi speaks with Chidimma Abuka about her position as a Sustainability Specialist at Gensler, a global design and architecture firm with offices in 49 cities in 16 countries worldwide. Currently pursuing her doctorate in Global…
 
We speak to Nasser Arrabyee, director of Yemen Now. He discusses the Houthi drone attack on Abu Dhabi in the UAE and Yemen’s right to self defence, the worsening humanitarian crisis as the Saudi-led coalition’s bombing campaign continues against Yemen, continuing US/Western arms sales to Saudi Arabia, and much more. Finally, we speak to Max Lawson …
 
A seismic shift is underway in the gaming industry, as Microsoft’s latest acquisition will make it the third largest player in the video game market. We’ll bring you the details. And airlines are ramping up their fight against 5G as several heads of the sector are calling on President Biden to step up and stop the rollout. Plus, oil prices are sitt…
 
The car industry has turned on France’s plan to force manufacturers to attach the equivalent of a public health warning to their advertising, and US telecoms companies will delay their rollout of 5G services near airports. Plus, the FT’s Chris Nuttall, explains why Microsoft’s $75bn deal for Activision Blizzard makes sense. Mentioned in this podcas…
 
In this episode, Paul and James discuss the need for businesses to shift the way they think about information asset management to ensure accountability. James is the founder and president of Experience Matters, a consultancy that helps businesses leverage their data assets to drive value. Connect with him on LinkedIn and be sure to follow Paul and …
 
There are many parts of the solution to climate change from scientific research to each person’s daily lifestyle choices. Perhaps the most critical piece is getting the world’s industries to make carbon neutral or negative products, and to cut emissions in the manufacturing process. Some companies will do this voluntarily, but widespread compliance…
 
Cybercrime has become a sophisticated enterprise. Hacking tools built on the latest technologies such as AI or hybrid cloud are available on the black market, where stolen data is also bought and sold. And digital tools used in cinema have become cheap and available. This kind of software is also in the hands of hackers who deploy them to fool user…
 
There was a shortage of health care workers before COVID. Now that the dwindling labor pool is a top news headline, the realization has set in – which medical professionals were trying to communicate from the beginning of the pandemic – that one of COVID’s worst effects is that it overwhelms medical systems and challenges short-staffed hospitals to…
 
Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed the World Economic Forum, as new figures show the nation’s 2021 GDP spiked from the previous year. Then we take a look at how inflation is weighing heavy on the production capacity of the UK. And Spain is the first European nation to crack down on cryptocurrency advertisements in the unregulated industry.…
 
Ghost stories are almost as old as time itself whether they are benevolent beings that help guide us or sinister spirits to cause harm or frighten us, people love talking about the idea of ghosts. Well, are they real? What do we really know about paranormal phenomena? Paranormal investigator and co-star of “Kindred Spirits” Amy Bruni joins William …
 
UK inflation is expected to rise to a 30-year high when December’s data are released this week, Meta patent applications indicate how the Silicon Valley group intends to cash in on its virtual world with hyper-targeted advertising and sponsored content, Chinese lenders have grown more cautious about lending to African nations as some have reached t…
 
Leaders of digital and ecommerce are always trying to influence the adoption of new ideas - new products and brands by shoppers, and new ideas for how internal teams must transform to both meet the challenges of a shopper-led buying journey and to maximize growth. David Schonthal, professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship at the Kellogg School, is…
 
We often hear the proclamation that ‘capitalism has failed’, but, actually, capitalism has worked perfectly according to the rules upon which it was created. Within its DNA is a mechanism that uses oppression to maintain control. Until we understand that mechanism and begin telling a different story, its retribution will continue unabated.Ross Ashc…
 
We speak to Prof. Kyung Hyun Kim, author of ‘Hegemonic Mimicry: Korean Popular Culture of the Twenty-First Century’. He discusses the rise of South Korean culture, which has become a global phenomenon, South Korean culture mimicking US culture through the experience of the American troop presence and evolving into a culture of its own, the signific…
 
Pension cash for British Gas workers was used to buy Israeli cyberweapon developer NSO Group, European sales of electric cars overtook diesel models for first time in December, and the FT’s Southern Africa correspondent Joseph Cotterill discusses Bain’s role in state corruption in South Africa under former president Jacob Zuma. Subscribe to the FT …
 
After almost a decade in confinement, Julian Assange is a shadow of the man he used to be. Fighting against extradition requests to the United States took a toll on his physical and mental health, while also compromising WikiLeaks’ ability to continue its operations. With the latest ruling by a British court to hand him over to Washington, what’s i…
 
On the show, Chris Hedges discusses the legacy of the Carter administration with his biographer, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Kai Bird.Jimmy Carter, America’s 39th president, who served one term from 1977 to 1981 before being defeated by Ronald Reagan, was one of the country’s most enigmatic politicians. He was a bundle of contradictions, a man o…
 
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