Making Mobile Safe With Security Consultant Kevin Johnson
BA Radio 6/26/2012 152 comments
Three-quarters of US corporations are developing mobile apps, and every one of them is worried about security. Our guest, Kevin Johnson, is a security consultant with many years of experience working with the Fortune 100 to find and eliminate vulnerabilities in their networks.
BA Radio: Tomorrow's Innovations With IBM Fellow Jerry Cuomo
BA Radio 4/24/2012 463 comments
Please join us for a sneak preview of IBM’s Impact 2012 show with IBM Fellow Jerry Cuomo, CTO of the WebSphere Division of Big Blue’s software group. Cuomo will discuss some of the recent innovations in the areas of SOA, social media, cloud, analytics, and complete systems.
Wikimedia's Philippe Beaudette
BA Radio 2/28/2012 106 comments
Philippe Beaudette, Community Advocacy Director for the Wikimedia Foundation, tells how Wikipedia relied on its own network of editors as a crowdsourcing tool to overhaul a key business process.
Beware, Big Data with Thornton May
BA Radio 11/17/2011 106 comments
Thornton May is Futurist, Executive Director, and Dean of the IT Leadership Academy and has extensive experience researching and consulting on the roles of boards of directors and C-level executives in creating value with information technology. He is the author of The New Know. May will examine some of the fallacies and misconceptions enterprises bring to the table when they embark on an analytics and "big data" projects, among many other topics.
Best Practices & Predictive Analytics with James Taylor
BA Radio 10/27/2011 99 comments
James Taylor is a decision management expert and maintains the James Taylor on Decision Management blog. He is also the author of the new book, Decision Management Systems, and will discuss how to use business rules and and predictive analytics in smarter, more practical ways.
You can also download this e-sampler of Decision Management Systems
A Deep Dive Into Social Analytics with Marshall Sponder
BA Radio 10/13/2011 101 comments
Marshall Sponder is Senior Manager, Analytics, at consultancy WCG; he is also the author of Social Media Analytics: Effective Tools for Building, Interpreting, and Using Metrics, and will talk about how enterprises can make better use of all the social media data they collect.
Process Attention Deficit Disorder & BPM Sustainability: A Discussion with Brad Power
BA Radio 9/22/2011 128 comments
Brad Power is a consultant and researcher in process innovation and has written extensively about business process management for the Harvard Business Review. He's currently working on sustaining attention to process management and is conducting research with the Lean Enterprise Institute. Power will discuss ways that process improvement can be successfully sustained over time.
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