Archive for March, 2013
TOPIC: Peter Price, CEO of Webalo.com joins us today to discuss Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies, benefits, and dangers in private, public and healthcare environments. Users today (that means you!) are demanding – and getting – mobile access to more corporate data than ever before, and Peter gives us a great rundown on what companies are doing now and in the coming years to manage! Click through to this cool info graphic to learn more.
Dave “Sparky” Saganaki is with us as well, and Jay Garmon provides his usual amazing tech insight and trivia of the week:
What was the first Google service to be retired, and when did it happen?
We only get one coolsite of the week, but it’s a good one!
- Market Price – Searches recent sales on ebay and provides you with instant and accurate market prices for stuff you want to sell!
In addition, a friend of the show wanted us to mention this link – Erin’s Hope at http://erinhulin.com. Erin is a sufferer of MS and has kept a blog of her experiences and her ongoing fight. Well written and insightful; I’ll mention it appropriately on-air in a few weeks, but couldn’t resist giving a short plug to it here!
Finally, a fun and short remake of “Master and Servant” by Nouvelle Vague. Enjoy!
TOPIC: Longtime listener and friend of the show, Steve Stewart of MoneyPlanSOS comes on to help you “pay attention, not interest!” Steve is a great guest, an interesting guy and a podcaster of his own (check it out at moneyplansos.com). We have a blast, with Dave “Sparky” Saganaki and Jay Garmon joining us, doling out insight and trivia:
What arguably non-science-fiction author is credited with first proposing augmented reality glasses?
- MoneyPlanSOS – Questions about finances, or getting out of debt? Tune in to guest Steve Stewart as he shares his wealth of experience and tips for getting you back on track!
No time for any other coolsites or music of the week, so just enjoy as we fade to black on this awesome episode …