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09.17.19 | Episode 632

Who is the next generation or Gen Z? Peggy answers! She digs into a recent report and research to identify who this generation is, three defining traits, and the two most universally important life goals of this generation. She identifies how this group are digital natives and want to give something back, and perhaps, most importantly, how this generation is going to change the future of work.

09.10.19 | Episode 631

Who is the next generation or Gen Z? Peggy answers! She digs into a recent report and research to identify who this generation is, three defining traits, and the two most universally important life goals of this generation. She identifies how this group are digital natives and want to give something back, and perhaps, most importantly, how this generation is going to change the future of work.

09.03.19 | Episode 630

Who is the next generation or Gen Z? Peggy answers! She digs into a recent report and research to identify who this generation is, three defining traits, and the two most universally important life goals of this generation. She identifies how this group are digital natives and want to give something back, and perhaps, most importantly, how this generation is going to change the future of work.

08.27.19 | Episode 629

Peggy digs into how AI (artificial intelligence) is changing the nature of work, saying that it will yield high economic benefits for the United States. She also highlights a new plan from NIST that identifies how the government needs to bolster AI standards. However, while it is a solid plan, she cautions that we need to make sure that we are creating AI standards that are flexible enough and to not forget that AI is only as good as the algorithms built by people.

08.20.19 | Episode 628

Peggy says data-center innovation is going to ramp up, as it is trending toward two poles: large and small. She says we need to push creative minds to be innovative and that data centers need to prioritize physical and digital security, no matter the size.

08.13.19 | Episode 627

In 2025, each connected person will have at least one data interaction every 18 seconds. Peggy shares that we are expecting a whole lot of data traffic and we need to answer the question: How are we going to keep up with all the storage demands? She summarizes what data centers look like today and what is next.

08.06.19 | Episode 626

Peggy explains why the data center market is growing. She says there is increasing demand from hyperscale cloud users and that hyperscale data centers are going up all over the world. Further, the growth of the data-center market is going to boost other industries such as construction.

07.30.19 | Episode 625

Peggy highlights numbers related to IoT (Internet of Things) security and adoption from a new Microsoft report. She shares adoption numbers and address the fact that there is an IoT skills gap that impacts adoption of technology and that we need more skilled workers in the market. She also highlights Microsoft’s key ingredients to IoT success.

07.23.19 | Episode 624

Peggy continues the discussion on AI (artificial intelligence), offering tips. She asks: If an organization hasn’t implemented a strategy, is it really prioritizing AI? She also digs into the top two reasons AI projects fail, saying the lack of a skilled staff is only going to worsen in the years ahead and companies need to prepare for it now.

07.16.19 | Episode 623

The bad guys are out there! Peggy shares the latest on cyber intelligence, indicating that nearly 70% of incidents are due to human error. She asks: Can your employees spot a fake email? She digs into a couple of new reports, including one that highlights the three highest threat categories.

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