Containers might be a new buzzword for many, but Microsoft has been in that game for years. In this episode, Peter and Don talk to Taylor Brown from Microsoft about his history with the Hyper-V team and his predictions for the future of containers.
Dealing with your own data’s security is stressful enough, so how does Okta deal with handling sensitive data for so many customers? In this episode, Peter and Mike talk to Matias from the identity management company to learn how they handle all that information.
In this episode of Technado, Peter and Don learn all about the Microsoft Technology Centers around the world. They’re joined by the director of the Boston center, Bob Familiar, who shares his technology journey and what makes the technology centers so unique.
Who knew big data could be so much fun? After talking with Corey and his team at last year’s Wild West Hackin Fest, we decided to check back in and see what they’ve been up to. Corey gives Peter and Don an update on all the growth, as well as some insight into Russian trolls on Reddit.
Joseph Holbrook has done it all in tech, and is currently an author, speaker, and evangelist for blockchain. On this Technado, Peter and Don talk about the uses for the technology, as well as one of Joe’s other passions - the Google cloud.
A contingent from CompTIA was in town, and we couldn’t let them get away without getting them on the podcast. So Peter and Wes, ITProTV’s resident CompTIA guru, grabbed Sr. Manager Rob Winchester to get his insights into the latest certs and a peek into how things work behind the scenes at the IT industry’s top trade association.
The team is back from Microsoft Ignite and have plenty of stories to tell. Don sits down with Cherokee and Mike to recap the week including the big announcements, tops sessions, and their thoughts on the conference overall.
With Microsoft Ignite taking place in Orlando, there are a bunch of stories ranging across the Microsoft spectrum to discuss. In addition, Peter and Don discuss some Yubico announcements and a few news stories about some popular web browsers.
Don and Peter go beyond the news in this week’s Technado. After talking about some follow-ups to stories from last week, they look at several IT horror stories straight from the ITProTV members. Which is your favorite?
The EU was making some headlines this week. In this episode, Peter and Don look at the goings on across the pond, as well as the big news from Apple with their largest iPhone yet. Finally, they reviews some emergency preparedness tips for protecting your data during hurricane season.
It wasn't a great week for Huawei. In this episode, Peter and Don look at what went wrong for the Chinese phone manufacturer, as well as the strategies used in the fight against election hacking. Finally, they cover how maintaining your computer's health can impact your employee's health.
In this week’s episode, Peter and Don bring in Evan Leibovitch from the Linux Professional Institute to talk about their 20th anniversary as well as the new certs they’re adding. Then, they touch on the top news stories of the week.
Peter and Daniel are fresh off a trip to BSides in Las Vegas, and in this case, what happened in Vegas is public knowledge. The two discuss their favorite parts of the trip, and share the top 3 interviews from the con.
It was a cloudy day in Florida, but also a cloud-heavy week in the news. Don and Peter also discussed some good news - more hackers are going to jail. And finally, there was a big announcement from our friends at Comptia.
The summer is in full swing, and on this week’s Technado, Don Pezet and Peter VanRysdam talk about the changes to Apple’s Mac books, some surprisingly exciting news for Notepad in Windows, and how not to sneak a snake on a plane.
Order is restored, as Peter and Don reunite to talk about the news of the week. There were plenty of Apple stories, including some new hardware rumors, as well as Microsoft stories, like the problems with the latest build of Windows 10. Finally, the two talk about why you should leave your phone at home when you head to the floor of parliament.