Jason Barnaby, Tribe Leader and Chief Fire Starter at Fire Starters Inc., joins Jeff Ton, SVP of Product Development and Strategic Alliances, to talk about his vision: fighting “stuckedness” by sparking A-HA moments that ignite sustainable change in behavior and culture–especially when daring the status quo.
Agricultural organizations, large and small, are technologically advanced, data driven, digital forward companies; in fact, they must be in order to remain competitive in the industry. Find out how technology has played and continues to play a prominent role in the growth of Beck’s Hybrids.
As the pressure for more strategic and rapid innovation mounts, ensure you are building a team that is up for the challenge, has the right skill sets and is motivated to advance the overall business objectives.
Lou Lenz, Professor of Practice, returns to discuss Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing and the department of Human Centered computing, where, as Lou states, “It’s really about humanizing data.”
In this episode Lou and Jeff take us through the evolution of design thinking over the last 36 years, they discuss the root of fundamentally good design and explore the type of true collaboration among teams and even adjacent industries necessary to carry out a needle moving product or solution.
Two contributors to InterVision’s 2019 Technology Predictions eBook join Jeff Ton to expand on their predictions and explain how they arrived at their conclusions.
Jamie Lee, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, and Kevin Barker, Senior Director, come together to alleviate fears around the implementation of a hybrid cloud strategy.
Find out how you bring your Cloud and DevOps teams together with traditional Network and Security teams – both speaking two different languages, essentially – to tackle AWS Network Security without sacrificing speed and agility.
Haley Altman, licensed attorney and founder of Doxly, sits down with Jeff Ton to talk about automating and securing business processes and practices. The same technology allowing us to move through critical business transactions with greater speed and agility also creates opportunity for security breaches and gross errors in communication, both carrying massive monetary and reputational impact.
Cisco rolled out a new licensing plan for collaboration solutions: Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan. What does this mean for you? How is it different? How might you benefit? InterVision’s own Alicia Gaba, Vice President of Marketing, and Juan Carlos Anzola, Solutions Engineer, sit down to answer each of these questions.