May 31- Ken Dwight Does It Right

28 05 2009

OH no! We have not posted the 5/24 with Sam yet. We are having technical issues that we are working to resolve. We try to always have the show up by Wednesday, but we are going to miss it for the first time this year. Stay tight and watch you RSS readers for it to arrive as soon as we get it, edit it and post it.

This week, along with our host, Tom D’Auria, we will have Ken Dwight stop by to talk about Computer Viruses and what you need to know to prevent them. Ken Dwight, “The Virus Doctor,” is an award-winning speaker, trainer, computer consultant, and expert in the field of computer viruses and other malevolent software. His consulting practice specializes in preventing, curing, and repairing damage caused by malware on personal computers and networks. It is going to be a great show that will allow you to hear several things that you might not have known before.

Ken also wrote the book Bug Free Computing: Stop Viruses, Squash Worms, and Smash Trojan Horses. You can view the book if you click on this link —–>[JUMP]

We are on every Sunday at 6 pm EDT and 3 pm MST/PDT on KFNX 1100 on Phoenix.

Come back Monday for the Week In Review!

We will have a review of the aerolatte coming up – it would be done but we are too busy drinking fancy coffee and fluffy milk.





May 24- The Evolution of the Social Web

25 05 2009

Sam gave us a great show as he talked about his company, drop.io, and how it can help business and people in general interact with each other.

We will be back live on Sunday at 6pm EDT 3pm MST so don’t miss the show.

Here are the stories from this week’s Week In Review:

  • Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) and Northrop Grumman Corporation Announce the New York City Wireless Network Is Operational Citywide- Domestic Preparedness- [JUMP]
  • Next Yankee Stadium May Have Holographic Ruth Selling T-Shirts- Bloomberg– [JUMP]
  • Poll: Interop Attendees Strong Despite Sluggish Economy- Information Week- [JUMP]
  • Interop Las Vegas recap- FierceVoIP– [JUMP]

Thanks for all of your support and tune in Sunday for another great show.





May 24- Online Collaboration with Sam

22 05 2009

Sam Lessin, the founder and CEO of drop.io, the simple private real-time filesharing and collaboration application. Prior to drop.io, Sam Lessin worked at Bain and Company, the global strategy consulting firm. He has held positions at RRE Ventures and AT&T Wireless Mobile Multimedia. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from Harvard College.

Sam will be telling us about what drop.io is, what it can be used for, and how it can advance someone who uses it in the future. Its going to be a great show so don’t miss it.

During our Week In Review, Gabe Goldberg from www.tiplet.com will help you keep your PC up to date with a few clicks.

We are on every Sunday at 6 pm EDT and 3 pm MST/PDT on KFNX 1100 on Phoenix.

Thanks for the support!





INTEROP in Vegas – Three Conferences In One Place

18 05 2009

There are three big events going down in one Las Vegas convention center. The Mandalay Bay Convention center is hosting the good people of INTEROP, Enterprise Cloud Summit and Mobile Business through Thursday. We will wrap up the week’s event in a special Week In Review before Sam is on the show this Sunday. If you are out there, keep an eye out for Tom talking tech with the vendors and leaders moving the industry. Here is a preview of what is in store.


Interop Las Vegas – Enterprise Cloud Summit – Mobile Business 2009

Interop, Enterprise Cloud Summit and Mobile Business happening simultaneously at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center May 17- 21.

  • As the largest and most comprehensive independent IT event, Interop’s mission is to drive growth and innovation in the trillion dollar global business technology market.
  • IT professionals and business decision makers come to Interop to efficiently see leading technology companies and new products in one place and effectively learn how to leverage technology to drive down costs, foster improved collaboration and communication, and better compete in the today’s challenging market.
  • For over two decades, Interop has delivered on its mission to drive the growth and innovation of the trillion dollar global business technology market. This year, Interop makes a special effort to highlight technologies and strategies that produce immediate results and generate ROI, equipping attendees with resources and education that can’t be found anywhere else.
  • Unlike in 2000, the technology market did not get us into the current economic situation, but the tech market can help get us out by focusing on IT innovation, which is happening at breakneck pace. Interop’s comprehensive educational program includes 18 tracks and a number of full day programs focused on IT security, cloud computing, data center, virtualization, green IT, mobility and a host of other key business technology topics. More than 400 leading technology companies support Interop with more than 57 product announcements planned this year.

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Future Dates and Locations

Interop Tokyo, June 8-12, 2009, Mukahari Messe, Tokyo; Interop Mumbai, October 7-9, 2009, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai; and Interop New York, November 16-20, 2009 Javits Convention Center, New York City.





May 17- Week In Review

18 05 2009

We had some technical difficulties last night and replayed the April 12 show with Jeanne from Cisco. We are looking for to getting Amy on the show to tell us more about Cloud Computing and transition from product to service in the software industry.

We will be back live on Sunday at 6pm EDT | 3pm MST with Sam Lessin from Drop IO discussing Online File Storage.

Here are the stories we were going to bring you in the Week In Review:

  • Microsoft Finally Confirms Windows 7 Will Launch by December- Gizmodo- [JUMP]
  • Industry Looks to LED Bulbs for the Home- NY Times- [JUMP]
  • New York City Gets High Preformance Mobile Broadband Infrastructure- Public Technology- [JUMP]
  • Daktronics to Upgrade Sports Venues for University of Missouri- Trading Markets- [JUMP]

That’s it for this week, but stop by on Thursday to get more info on our next guest, Sam Lessin.

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May 17- How Cloud Computing Can Help You

14 05 2009

Amy Wohl will be telling us this week how Cloud Computing can be beneficial to your company and what steps to take in order to use Cloud Computing to your advantage. Amy is the President of Wohl Associates, which is a consulting firm established in 1984. She is also the keynote speaker for the Computer Management Group’s annual conference this year. Amy also wrote the book How to Succeed at SaaS: Computing in the Clouds.

This week is going to be a great show so don’t miss it!

If you are interested in seeing Amy speak at the CMG ’09 Conference, hit the link below to find out more information: [CMG 2009]

Upcoming Conferences:

Interop 2009: Las Vegas – Tuesday-Thursday, May 19-21

Attend the Interop Conference for a comprehensive, integrated view of technologies that will give your business a competitive edge. Learn how the recent surge of IT innovation can help you cut costs, get closer to your customers and increase revenue.Cloud Computing, Data Center, Enterprise Wireless, Green IT, Virtualization, Unified Communications & Wireless Technology tracks and many others are available for attendees

We are on each and every Sunday at 6 pm EDT and 3 pm MST/PDT on KFNX 1100 in Phoenix.





May 10 – Week In Review & More

7 05 2009

It was great to have Michael Cocanower from itSynergy our May 10th show. Michael’s experience as a Microsoft MVP has helped both him and his business along with opening up opportunities to work directly with Microsoft on the very solutions his company implements.

We also hope you enjoyed our guest spot from Gabe Goldberg of www.tiplet.com on User Groups. Check out tiplet for more tech tips from Gabe and others. Here are all the links from our Week In Review and interview with Michael.

Week In Review Links

Links from the interview

Microsoft MVP Program Blog – find out more about the MVP program; where you can find help; or where you can go to show off your IT expertise with Microsoft products

itSynergy – Michael’s Phoenix based IT Consulting, Solutions & Support

Event Links/Info

INTEROP comes to Las Vegas – Tuesday-Thursday, May 19-21

Attend the Interop Conference for a comprehensive, integrated view of technologies that will give your business a competitive edge. Learn how the recent surge of IT innovation can help you cut costs, get closer to your customers and increase revenue.Cloud Computing, Data Center, Enterprise Wireless, Green IT, Virtualization, Unified Communications & Wireless Technology tracks and many others are available for attendees

Amy Wohl will be back on the show this Sunday with Computing in the Cloud.