Brand Buzz, Holiday Head’s Up & Outlook Foundation

12 11 2010
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Ever feel like your floating in brand purgatory?  Not sure what your customers want or how they really feel about your products and services?

One good way to get a brand buzz? Surveys.  Find out more about using surveys on this week’s show with Chelsea Bucoy from Zoomerang on the SHOW PAGE to generate buzz for your brand.

Head’s up – Next week is our annual show with Keith Shaw from NetworkWorld.  Just in time for the holiday shopping season to start on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we’ll have Keith on to help you satisfy all those technophiles on your list …or make your own list of what you have to have this year.

And finally, we also wanted to let you know about:

Computer Outlook Talk Show Announces Foundation to Repurpose Computers to Under-Resourced Children and Families of Deployed Service Personnel

Non-Profit Outlook Foundation’s mission to repurpose cast away technology into the hands of those who need them most

Computer Outlook Talk Show announced the launch of the Outlook Foundation, a non-profit organization created to refurbish and repurpose computers; providing them to children whose economic background prevents them from having equal educational opportunities, as well as to deployed US service personnel and their stateside families in an effort to help maintain communication with loved ones. Beyond helping children and our service families, Outlook Foundation will also use its resources to reduce the amount of hazardous technology waste in landfills by recycling remaining technology through certified organizations.


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Location, Location, Location

20 08 2010

location, location, location, location, etc.
There’s a ton of geolocation aware app news out there.  We’d like to say we planned this show to coincide with this, especially Facebook’s new Places release.  But that would be like Facebook saying the Places icon is not an implicit smack in the face to the biggest geolocation app out there right now, foursquare.  We are not the only ones who have noticed this…so does TechCrunch among others.

This Sunday, our guest Chris Hulls explains what geolocation apps are, what they are good for and how to get the most out of them.  Check out the SHOW PAGE to find out more and be sure to tune in Sunday.  If you are unable to listen, we’ll have Week In Review links along with the edited show available for download early next week.





April 4- Week In Review

19 04 2010

Nasser Mirzai stopped by to discuss “Software as a Service: What You Need To Know.” Specifically, he addressed how technology is changing, a more detailed description of SaaS, and what are the main benefits of SaaS.

Here are the stories featured from the Week In Review portion on the show:
  • Looking at the iPad From Two Angles- NY Times- [JUMP]
  • Technical Error Hits Google China- BBC News- [JUMP]
  • Greenpeace Issues Warning About Data Centre Power- BBC- [JUMP]
  • Think’s Electric Cars To Roll Into New York- CNET– [JUMP]
  • NFL’s Next Frontier: Harness Technology, Satisfy Savvy Fans- USA Today- [JUMP]
Come back Thursday for the show description of this week.




April 26- Week In Review

27 04 2009

Dan Englander, from Shoeboxed.com let us know how organizing electronically scanned receipts is good news for the future of making tax filing easier and more convenient. The show definitely lets you realize how easy it is for shoeboxed.com to take care of all your receipts.

We also hope you enjoyed the ‘Broadband 101’ guest spot from Gabe Goldberg.  We have more stories and tips from Gabe and other reporters in the pipes.  For more tips like this one, check out articles from Gabe and others on tiplet.com.

And, as always, here are the stories brought to you in the Week In Review:

  • Bluetooth 3.0 It’s official, and its fast- Wired- [JUMP]
  • Cisco offers security for “cloud” computing- Reuters- [JUMP]
  • IPhone Sales Push Up Apple’s Profit- NY Times-[JUMP]
  • Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium Opens- Sports Biz- [JUMP]
  • Hackers Scan NYPD Computers 70,000 Times a Day- News Day-[JUMP]

Check back soon to see the bio on our next guest to be on the show, this Sunday. We appreciate the support and look forward to hearing your feedback soon!





Week In Review – November 23, 2008

24 11 2008

Starting with this week’s Week In Review, the stories covered in that portion of our program will come to you as a new post. Up until now, Week In Review stories were posted as an [UPDATE] to the post with the show’s details, like here. Enjoy

On last night’s show with Michael Clark discussing Software & Services.

Nov 23 WIR:





Nov 23 with Michael Clark – Software & Services

19 11 2008

Michael Clark, West Region General Manager Midmarket Customer for Microsoft, will join Tom to discuss Microsoft’s vision for the future of computing – software plus services.

The IT industry is in the midst of a computing transformation, where key applications and experiences are delivered more frequently via the Web. Michael will discuss why it’s important for businesses and consumers to have choice and flexibility in how they consume software and why a blended/hybrid approach like software plus services provides users with the optimal computing experience. Additionally, Michael will comment on the strategic use of IT and how certain innovations can help organizations drive down costs and improve operations in uncertain economic times.

Tune in Sunday at 3pm in Phoenix on the radio and everywhere else at 2pm PST/5pm EST on http://www.1100kfnx.com