Marjorie Mauldin, author of Feedback Revolution, and founder and president of Executive Forum, chats with Peggy about helping leaders and teams give successful and effective feedback, which improves employee productivity and morale.
Ketan Bhardwaj, research scientist II, College of Computing, Georgia Tech, joins Peggy to talk about the model of edge computing.
Joshua Peschel, assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, joins Peggy once again to talk about the cloud, fog, and mist.
Peggy is joined in the studio by Michael Morton, chief technology officer, Dell Boomi. He explains how everyone wants to talk about the device and device data, but the one thing “we” have learned is to stop talking about technology.
Edge computing results in faster response time and more optimal use of the network, says Peggy. In conjunction, 5G is set to grow exponentially.
Are Millennials the key to advancing smart cities? John Pletz, senior reporter, Crain’s Chicago Business, joins Peggy to talk about how this generation is shifting what is happening in city centers.
Peggy and Chuck Byers, principal engineer and platform architect, Cisco, discuss interoperability and he questions how we are going to achieve interoperability if there are 900 different platforms.
The sensor market is growing rapidly in part because sensor technology has advanced to the point where sensors consume less power and battery life is significantly longer.
Technology and business consultant Craig Brown chats with Peggy about interoperability and the need for data to be shared in the places where it is authorized to be shared.