Sheri Horowitz, vice president of cloud services, Synchronoss Technologies, explains subscribers that use a carrier’s personal cloud solution are less likely to switch providers.
Andrea Bennett, executive director, CETPA, CETPA, says a CTO is important for schools because the technology is ubiquitous at this point—it is in everything.
Is it the Internet of Things or the Internet of Everything?
The key to a successful business is spotting a need in the market.
As new technology and applications emerge, distracted driving becomes more of an issue.
Chicago has been described as one of the up and coming tech hubs in America.
Peggy digs deep into a recent report that surveyed the effects of Edward Snowden’s revelations on the American public only have each of us ponder which side of the debate we are on.
The horror of September 11 affected us all in different ways.
Statistic analytics allow for more efficient, targeted marketing.
Peggy Smedley says the Consumer Electronic Show is a playground for those looking for the next big thing while being truly an innovators dream come to life.
John Carpenter, reporter, Chicago Tribune’s Blue Sky Innovation say Chicago’s start-ups ability to tap into technology innovation is music to consumer’s ears.
Peggy Smedley talks about the Gartner report on the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2015 and the accuracy of predictions in the connected world.
Vishnu Singh, head of ConsumerLab, Ericsson, discusses smartphones, apps, and what trends we can expect in 2015.
Cheryl Jackson, reporter, Blue Sky Innovation, admits CES might be taking the tech industry by storm, but explains how Chicago has become a wonderful birth place for emerging tech companies.
Grady Slane, ShareFile product marketing manager, Citrix, offers his thoughts on how construction companies can use ShareFile and how it’s different from other file sharing companies
Leon Gorbaty, director of product management, Bentley Systems, discusses SpecWave Composer and how it helps contractors as well as how architects, engineers, and construction professionals share specifications.
Kevin Cullum, operations manager for GimmeAnother and Brendan Robinson ,CEO for Deconstruction discuss their participation it the Connected World Conference Startup Competition.
Alan Lesesky, president for Innovative Global Systems breaks down their climb to the top and becoming a Connected World Award Finalist.
Gerard Cullen, CEO for Cellular Machines discusses with Peggy exactly how they became a finalist for the 2014 Connected World Awards.
John Horn, president for Raco Wireless gives listeners insight on the company's involvement with the Audi Connect platform.
Mike Fisher, director, strategy & innovation for BrightLine discusses the role connected devices and smart TVs play in advancing the viewing experience.
Richard Baxtor, CEO for Mesh Systems join The Peggy Smedley Show and gives listeners insight on what Mesh Systems is doing to be a leader in the industry.
Joachim Taiber, research professor for Automotive Engineering Clemson University Intl. Center for Automotive Research discusses all the new innovations to develop with the connected car.
Monisha Perkash, CEO and cofounder for LUMO discusses how good posture is key to a healthy body and how LUMO can help.
Patrick Bertagna, Chairman and CEO of GTX Corp. talks GPS tracking and cellular location-transmitting technology platforms at the Connected World Conference.
Connected Healthcare with Insight Product Development Part 2 Steve McPhilliamy, director of design for Insight Product Development continues with Peggy and talks about the resources Chicago offers to new companies in this space.
Jim Dunlap, president for Cycle30 returns to discuss how his company has gone from the 'new kid on the block' to one of the leading companies in the M2M space.
Jim Dunlap, president for Cycle30 joins Peggy to discuss what type of surprises M2M companies may not see coming in 2014.
Scott Schober, president and CEO for Berkeley Varitronics Systems Inc., talks to Peggy on how his company is making waves in the M2M space.
Johann Hiebl, head of infotainment and connectivity for Continental Automotive talks about the connected car and what he believes we will see from it in the future.
Kevin Link, senior VP for Verizon Telematics continues his conversation with Peggy on how Verizon Telematics is pushing innovation forward when it comes to the connected car.
Dan Miklovic, Founder and Principal Analyst for Manufacturing Research discusses what it takes to be considered an exceptional entry for the 2014 Connected World Awards.
Randy Nickel, Connected Products Lead of Accenture tells Peggy about how research shows that people are becoming more interested in the in-vehicle technology features over the vehicle performance.
Peggy kicks off the show by discussing some of the key 2014 predications from the research and analysis firm, Ovum and also talks about the unique NFC (Near Field Communication) applications that have caught her attention.
Learn what Peggy has to say about how the connected-car revolution has progressed and also, Peggy further discusses her thoughts on Google making the big move to acquire Nest.
Theresa Gordon, communications consultant for Near Field Connects gives insight on what exactly is Near Field Communications (NFC) and how it has progressed over the years.
Eric Weymueller,president of zyntroPICS, Inc. tells listeners exactly how his company is leveraging Near Field Communication with our NFC-enabled smartphones to create fun and fashionable wearables.
Nick Testanero, Co-CEO of Cellotape discusses how his company have used near field communication to allow users to let their imagination run wild.
Phil Pyo, director, product marketing for Netgear explains how they keep users satisfied with reliable networks, storage, and security for your business or home.
Dimitrios Papadogonas, vice president, marketing for ChargePoint discusses how charging stations play a role in the growth of the electric car.
Stephen Sneeden, Xperia Product Marketing manager for Sony Mobile tells Peggy about their big announcement at CES and the future of Sony Mobile.
Mike Muller, CTO for ARM talks to Peggy about how ARM has created a strong impact to the industry.
Spencer Lee, managing director for WearIT tells listeners that while technology is becoming smaller, the wearable industry is growing.
Shane Dyer, CEO for Arrayent breaks down how his company differs from other competitors offering platforms for IoT.
Andrew Poliak, director, automotive business development for QNX discusses how the company is creating a more personalized experience in the car.