The Future of Tech Podcast

The Future of Tech Podcast

Avishai Sharlin, Division President of Amdocs Technology, sits down with technology leaders and some of the most innovative minds in the industry to learn how they are disrupting the present, and what kind of impact they foresee for the future.

Learn how machine learning, AI, hybrid clouds, IOT, open source, edge computing, and many other innovations solve some of the world’s biggest challenges?

 

Sit down with some of the most innovative minds in technology to learn how they are disrupting the present, and what kind of impact they foresee for the future. Hear from companies like Google, AWS, Intel, Red Hat, HP, Dell and new, hot startups.

Future of Tech is brought to you by Amdocs Tech. To learn more about Amdocs Tech, visit Amdocs Technology on LinkedIn.

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Episodes

 
The Future of Open Source in the Mainstream
Chris Wright, the Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Red Hat, dives into the future of working in open source and why he believes that open source and hybrid cloud will be the new normal everywhere.


 
The Future of Communication Over the Internet
Matthew Hodgson, technical co-founder of Matrix.org and CEO/CTO of New Vector, thinks the way we communicate is broken. But he also has a way to fix it: through the decentralized web and a flexible, encrypted, open-source network.


 
The Future of Digital Transformations
Tony Saldanha, the President of Transformant, discusses the art and science behind digital transformation and the next steps to take in the fourth industrial revolution.


 
The Future of Cloud-Native Technology as the Foundation for New Services
Jennifer Lin, the VP of Product Management for Google Cloud, and Chen Goldberg, the Senior Director of Engineering for Google Cloud, discuss how Google Cloud partners with other companies to create the best systems and processes that allow for flexibility and security.


 
The Future of Containers and Kubernetes
Rajesh Gadiyar, the VP of the Data Platforms Group and CTO of the Network Platforms Group at Intel, discusses the future of cloud-native architecture, the disaggregation of hardware and software, and how open-source and 5G will continue to change the world of technology.


 
The Future of the Role of Edge Computing for A.I. and IoT
Tom Bradicich, vice president and Hewlett Packard fellow and head of HP's global edge and IOT labs at Hewlett Packard Enterprises, explains what is coming in the future of IoT and why there needs to be greater focus on moving to the edge where there can be a convergence of all the “things” in the IoT.


 
The Future of Machine Learning and Mapping the Human Brain
Nir Shavit, the co-founder of Neural Magic, discusses how deep learning will continue to evolve into a technology that will be used to do neural mapping and take us to a future where machine learning is ubiquitous.


 
The Future of Contact Centers and Solving Problems For Your Customers
Pasquale DeMaio, General Manager, Amazon Connect, discusses how the contact center can be disrupted by things like A.I. and ML, and why the future of innovation must be built on a foundation of security, reliability, and scalability.


 

The Future of Using Technology to Build Relationships
Shane Mac, the Former CEO of Assist and current SVP of Conversocial, joins us to discuss how we can use technology to actually become more social and personally connected to real people.
 


 
Dissecting the Focus Areas of Technology with Dell's President and CTO John Roese: Part 2
In Part 2 of this two-part episode of The Future of Tech, John Roese, President and CTO, Dell Technologies, continues discussing the areas where Dell believes technology is shifting and growing, including the path forward for A.I. and ML.
 


 
Dissecting the Focus Areas of Technology with Dell's President and CTO John Roese: Part 1
In Part 1 of this two-part episode of The Future of Tech, John Roese, President and CTO, Dell Technologies, discusses the areas where Dell believes technology is shifting and growing, including why multi-cloud architecture and how edge will be a key focal point moving forward.
 


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