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Inside Infrastructure

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Inside Infrastructure

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia

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Inside Infrastructure is a podcast co-hosted by two professional infrastructure nerds – Adrian Dwyer, CEO of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and Janice Lee. Each episode, Adrian and Janice speak with a prominent identity shaping the future of Australian infrastructure – from CEOs of top ASX listed companies to Australia’s top political and bureaucratic brass. Together they explore the ins and outs of infrastructure policy and the people behind it.
 
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The Infrastructure Show - Podcasts

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The Infrastructure Show - Podcasts

Professor Joseph Schofer, Thomas Herman, and Marion Sours

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The Infrastructure Show consists of monthly podcasts in which some of the nation’s top infrastructure experts discuss with host Professor Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University the condition of our infrastructure today, and what can be done about it. While many subjects are addressed, including repairs, upgrades and new construction, there is an emphasis on the topics of preventive and predictive maintenance, as well as “structural health monitoring” – a special focus of the Northwestern ...
 
Scaling a fast-growing small business can seem daunting, especially when you’re cut off from operational resources normally reserved for larger enterprises. As a world-renowned business infrastructure expert, Alicia Butler Pierre has dedicated the past 16 years of her career to closing this knowledge gap. Each Sunday, she and her guests pull back the curtain of their successful businesses to share the people, processes, and tools to scale. If you’re an ambitious entrepreneur seeking actionab ...
 
The Joint Venture Podcast will investigate the most exciting deals and financial innovation, as well as broader market trends such as digital disruption, ESG and life in the post-pandemic world.We will keep our ear to the ground, going behind the headlines on the major news, bringing you commentary on a variety of current situations. We will also be catching up with leading market players to take a deep dive into a featured story each week.
 
The Infrastructure Anywhere Podcast explores the ever-expanding boundaries of technology, from the core, to the edge, and to the cloud, and brings rich insights from IT experts. The series is hosted by Paul O’Dell of CPP Associates, a Clinton, NJ based IT solution provider that was named HPE North American Solution Provider of the Year for 2020.In addition to the main topic of discussion, each guest will give a shout-out to a favorite local restaurant as a way to support our collective commu ...
 
Welcome to the Instor Data Infrastructure Throwdowns. Who says high level data decisions aren't a knock down, drag out affair? And, we might as well have some fun while we're discovering and debating the merits of the latest advancements in data infrastructure technology. Your referees in the Octagon are Jack Vonich and Nabeel Mahmood of Instor Solutions as they oversee the sharpest minds in the data infrastructure industry battling it out for technology and thought supremacy.
 
Do you often wonder what’s the best way to architect, upgrade, or configure your monitoring solution? The BMC Performance and Availability Business Unit is providing a series of best practices content for its BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management (BPPM) and TrueSight Infrastructure Management solutions. Content delivered in each session gives guidance for specific areas of the solution and functionality for the releases by version. Each recording is designed to provide a solid foundation f ...
 
Data center and Telco managers are approaching a crisis point in a number of dimensions: storage demands are expected to reach 44 zettabytes by 2020; with the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices communicating over networks will rise exponentially to 50 billion by 2020; today, business users want fast, economical IT services delivered in hours, not days or weeks. These challenges are driving a fundamental shift in data center and Telco architecture and operations from hardware-bound s ...
 
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Kimanzi Constable sums up his entrepreneurial journey as “I used to deliver bread for a living, now I write.” Of course, there’s more to his story than this. A lot more. Through his relentless pursuit for building a profitable six-figure online business, he’s now the author of four books, has appeared on over 250 podcasts, and has written articles …
 
Adrian and Janice sit down with Victorian Minister for Transport Infrastructure and the Suburban Rail Loop, Jacinta Allan about her experience as Victoria’s longest serving female Minister, the major COVID challenges facing Victoria's Big Build program, and the story behind one of the nation's biggest and most complex rail projects, the Suburban Ra…
 
History can be a great teacher, particularly so when it comes to infrastructure achievements. During the Bicentennial period of the construction of the Erie Canal, it is appropriate and informative to look back at this groundbreaking infrastructure project. Built between 1817 and 1825, the Erie Canal opened the Midwest to trade and settlement, and …
 
This week, inspiratia is broadcasting one of the invaluable discussions held at our Subsidy-Free Renewables Conference in London last month. This panel, moderated by inspiratia’s senior renewables analyst Kelechi Udeala, sought to explore the role of subsidy-free development on the road to net zero in the UK. Tune in to hear our first panel of expe…
 
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Federal Funding Grants Program with Tech Data Episode 68 The Anexinet team is joined by Terry Walsh, SLED Solutions Architect from Tech Data / Synnex to discuss options customers in the SLED space have to fund projects with government funding. This is larger than just the D1 Colleges; these …
 
Every U.S. Dollar in Research & Development (R&D) tax credit yields $20 in new economic activity. With that kind of return, why don’t more small businesses take advantage of these tax credits? Answering that question is what led Lloyed Lobo on his fintech journey. * With a background in software engineering, Lloyed was already familiar with technol…
 
When Jason Cavness joined the US Army at 19, he took a test to determine his optimal career starting in the military. He had a choice between working as a parachute repairman or working in Human Resources (H.R.) He chose the latter - the allure being the opportunity to live in Germany. * 25 years later, he retired and through a chance encounter met…
 
On our latest episode Omolola speaks with Gowling WLG partner Ben Stansfield and Foresight Group’s sustainability lead, Lily Crompton on their take on the COP26 conference. Our conversation picks up on the last day of the two-week COP26 conference where Ben and Lily join us on the Joint Venture to dig into the outcomes of the event and whether expe…
 
You've probably heard the expression, “It takes money to make money.” But what happens if you’re never given a fair shot at getting access to money? This is the dilemma of too many small businesses. They can’t grow, let alone scale because traditional banks won’t lend them the money required to invest in hiring more people, streamlining key process…
 
Benjamin J. Shapiro produces and hosts not one, but two, top-charting podcasts – MarTech and Voices of Search. Considering his success, it’s hard to believe that none of it may have happened were it not for the rejection he faced right after college as a door-to-door salesman. * That rejection, coupled with sales training, eventually led Ben to eBa…
 
Adrian and Janice sit down with Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, Paul Fletcher MP to discuss why he believes in the power of markets and the role for government intervention. The Minister also shares his reflections on the policy rationale behind the sale of Telstra, the next big capital phase for the NBN, and…
 
Beyond the capability to move products, supply chains need storage space for transferring and holding goods en route and while they await shipment to customers. Sufficiency – and efficiency – of logistics real estate, warehouses and distribution centers, are essential attributes of well-run supply chains. How does the logistics real estate sector w…
 
Stephanie Espy is one of the 19% of women (and 3% of women of color) who earn an engineering degree in America. Growing up in a family surrounded by scientists, engineers, and mathematicians, she considers herself “lucky” considering such grim stats. Lucky because she had a type of exposure growing up that many girls and young women don't. * After …
 
It may all feel surreal, but the Covid-19 pandemic has had some lasting impacts that are affecting companies of all sizes across the country. Now, as we struggle to overcome the Delta variant, organizations are trying to understand what to do next. In this episode, host Aaron Lauinger talks with Joel Flanagan, Technical Director of Ulteig’s Substat…
 
Does hearing about robots or robotic technology trigger doomsday images of nonhuman entities taking over with unbridled power? That fear is often rooted in the unknown. And that’s why technologists like Dean Hamilton are so important. As a Partner and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Wilson & Perumal, he knows that education is necessary in squash…
 
Obscurity will kill any business. No matter how great your products or services are, if enough people don’t know about them and patronize your business, then it won’t matter. The odds appear to be stacked against small businesses in increasing their visibility. How can they compete against their larger, more established competitors when they have l…
 
As discussed in Episode #8, one of the biggest problems companies are facing today is the IT staffing shortage. Many rely on IT more and more to run their business, but there just aren’t enough IT professionals to fill the jobs. The rush to the public cloud eliminated the jobs of a lot of talented IT administrators and managers. Those people had th…
 
Show Notes Backup and Recovery in the Age of Ransomware Episode 67 Chris and special guest Vic Simon are joined by Fidel Michieli, Sr. Systems Engineer from Cohesity to talk backup and recovery. They discuss the history of backups and the changing philosophy around their importance. Data stewardship and data protection are at the heart of the Cohes…
 
With a background in writing and product design, Tracy Hazzard has a history of being an early adopter of technology. She had the foresight to start her first podcast in 2015 as a means of testing the 3D printing market. And it’s a good thing she did because the lessons she and her husband/business partner learned eventually led to their co-creatio…
 
Adrian and Janice interviewed Managing Director of Sydney Water Roch Cheroux to shed light on how our complex urban water system actually works, the state of urban water reform in Australia, and what we need to do to combat increased climate variability and drought.Infrastructure Partnerships Australia tarafından oluşturuldu
 
We’re excited to bring you a new season of the Business Infrastructure podcast and it’s going to be a game-changer! Kicking things off is Jay Jemal, a Sr. Technologist and the Founder of Blucidy - a revolutionary SaaS company that combines the power of Blockchain, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence. * If those tech terms sound scary, then you’re…
 
It’s the functionality of infrastructure that brings value, and when natural hazards disrupt that functionality, the costs can be high. This is a growing problem for transportation networks, which are being assaulted by wildfires, landslides, and floods with increasing frequency and severity. What does it take to keep a road network flowing when th…
 
Podcasting has been around longer than you might think. Although the pandemic caused a surge in both listenership and creators, there are some shows that have been around for a long time. Entrepreneurs on Fire (EOFire) is a nearly 10-year-old podcast with over 100M+ downloads and 3,240 episodes and counting! This is the final episode of Season 13 –…
 
Show Notes Ransomware's maturity and other modern threats with HPE Episode 66 Chris and Dave are joined by James Morrison of HPE to discuss the ever-growing threat of ransomware. They discuss ransomware's history, some of the noticeable modern trends, and what we can expect from ransomware creators in the future. They also work through some strateg…
 
As the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of PSS Gary Nickol aptly describes his role as, “…the glue between staff, customers, and the community.” PSS is a visual aid and communication tools company for educators. Their growth was once stagnated by a top-down leadership model. That is until new owners came on board. Gary championed a bottom-up model, on…
 
There is probably no bigger topic in the industry today then the impact ransomware and similar disasters are having on companies today. In addition to attacks becoming more frequent and more sophisticated, ransomware attacks have also been spurred on by the mostly untraceable crypto currencies the cyber criminals are using to get paid. Unfortunatel…
 
Sharon Idahosa is on a mission to reduce world hunger and ultimately make food scarcity a thing of the past. Following an internship in the oil and gas industry, she realized the source of her stress was rooted in ignoring her passion. So, she changed direction and pursued a degree in agriculture instead. Now, she’s the founder and CEO of Lifex Agr…
 
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Secure DDI with Infoblox Episode 65 Chris and Dave connect with Infoblox to discuss the security implications of DNS, DHCP, IPAM (or, DDI.) They start with the early days of DNS and the inherent flaws in its protocol, and discuss a number of better strategies companies can take advantage of …
 
Trillion-dollar companies aren’t built overnight. It takes a customer-centric model, a willingness to fail, and a relentless pursuit of innovation paired with operational excellence. No one knows this better than Tim Leslie. He’s the corporate law attorney turned former 20-year Amazon executive that led the expansion of Prime Video into 200 countri…
 
Big infrastructure projects need big money, and larger projects rely on some kind of borrowing – using other people’s money for a period of time. To learn how infrastructure projects are financed through borrowing, we talk with Scott Trommer, Senior Director, Advisory Services US at WSP USA, a professional services firm specializing in, among other…
 
Adrian and Janice sit down with Aware Super CEO Deanne Stewart to talk about her journey from Bathurst kid to Fulbright Scholar, how Australia's infrastructure market competes internationally, the boom in infrastructure M&A, and the challenges and opportunities for ESG investment in Australia.Infrastructure Partnerships Australia tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Lynda Martin grew up in a family of entrepreneurs, so it was only natural she’d become one herself. But when she started her first venture, her co-founders didn’t think women belonged in leadership. So she left, started Goodwin Growth Works, and never looked back. Also armed with a strong background in staffing and H.R., she’s on a mission to “…rep…
 
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Protecting your environment with SOAR Episode 64 Chris and Dave are once again joined by George Carter, Director of Automation Delivery at Anexinet, to talk about SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response). SOAR is a security philosophy and toolset that allows organizations to t…
 
In 2012, Hassan Dantata found himself alone in a hospital room. He’d just had a bone marrow transplant that required isolation for two months with a 50/50 chance of survival. With nothing but his “imagination and a dream” along with a burning desire for a smartphone, his resourcefulness led him to become an eBay vendor. Eventually, he graduated fro…
 
Lauren Hisey thought she wanted to be a lawyer until she took some law classes and realized she didn’t have a passion for it. A chance encounter working at a call center while in college helped her discover that her true love was in operations. She went on to have a successful career working at AT&T and Nielsen, leading projects that saved both com…
 
If you are in and around the technology sector, you hear about two things every day. Another technology hack and a shortage in IT staff. The third thing you hear about is another tool to help you solve problems, which leads to what we call “tool sprawl.” You have never-ending security threats which are the result of unmanaged infrastructure because…
 
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Application Relationship Management with vArmour Episode 63 Dave welcomes on Kate Kuehn, Senior VP with vArmour to discuss security from the perspective of Application relationships. They discuss the incredible complexity of modern network and application security, and some techniques and st…
 
Maritina and Oliver - in his Joint Venture debut - speak to Thomas Engelmann, KGAL’s Head of Energy Transition, about the company’s plans on the sector's hottest subject, the exciting word of hydrogen. Thomas has a distinguished career in sustainable energy and corporate finance and shares with us some of his experience, expertise, and unique persp…
 
Sustainable Development Capital (SDCL) has been around since 2007, always focused on the energy efficiency space and decentralised projects, with a pretty wide geographical remit active in Europe, the UK, NA and Asia). Over the years, energy efficiency as a concept has kind of become more mainstream and visible, and in 2018 SDCL went public with an…
 
Back in the early ‘70s, Dr. Frank Barsi escaped communist Hungary in the cover of night. He swam his way to Austria and eventually arrived in America with literally just the clothes on his back. Determined to start a new life, he quickly joined the U.S. Army. He would later go on to earn multiple engineering degrees. It was at his first job out of …
 
Born between 1997 and 2012, the first wave of Gen Zers is starting to be felt far and wide in how they intend to approach work and the world. This includes their proactive involvement in designing infrastructure to meet the needs of towns, cities, states and provinces years into the future. In the latest segment of the Ulteig Energy & Infrastructur…
 
Electric power operates our homes and businesses, and it promises to be the future of mobility, as well. There is a constant need to match temporal and spatial variations in supply and demand for electricity across regions of the country. This need grows as we increase the share of electricity coming from renewable sources, particularly wind and so…
 
Let’s be honest, talking about data (and business infrastructure) might not seem like the most exciting thing. Too often we associate these topics with machinery and not humans! That’s why Michiko Wolcott says we need to “De-tech the tech.” It’s the foundation for her success as a strategic consultant. Michiko grew up in Japan. Although she was flu…
 
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Cisco's Modern Network Security Episode 62 Chris and Dave are joined by Drew Kaiser, Solutions Architect and Cisco Specialist from TechData. Topics covered include Data Protection best practices, Log management from a security perspective, and how best to manage SOC/SIEM installs in the ente…
 
When Dr. Jeffrey K. Liker began working at the University of Michigan, he was asked to be part of a research team to study American and Asian car manufacturers. One company stood out – Toyota. He then spent the next 20 years studying the Toyota Way – the management system responsible for them becoming the world’s leading manufacturer. His first boo…
 
In this week's inspiratiaLive, we had Omolola Coker, inspiratia's Data Manager joining the gang for the first time and discussing EQT's mammoth US$5.3bn acquisition of energy-from-waste (EfW) specialist Covanta Holding Corporation. What where the motivations behind paying premium prices to get in on the circular economy? Maritina starts the broadca…
 
Carol Sanford has 40+ years of experience working with leaders of companies looking to grow and change the world for the better. As she puts it, “My essence is to disrupt certainty.” But let’s be clear, she’s not a coach or a consultant. Instead, she’s a resource focused on increasing people’s capability for consciousness. Through this consciousnes…
 
Cloud technologies are becoming increasingly popular… and increasingly confusing as well. It’s hard to know the right move for your organization with the industry’s rate of change and advancement. In this episode, host Paul O’Dell will cover all things hybrid cloud – public cloud, private cloud, Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, Infrast…
 
Show Notes Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Securing Identities with Ping Episode 61 Chris and Dave are joined by Aubrey Turner, Executive Advisor at Ping Identity. The conversation centers around the evolving concept of Identity, what it means to track, restrict, and audit, the activities of an Identity. They discuss the idea of how …
 
Supply chains represent the people, processes, and technology required to move goods and services from production to consumption. And yes, every organization has one. Airplanes, railcars, ships, trucks, pipelines, and broadband all represent the arteries through which our goods and services are transported. This is Tim Dooner’s (aka “Dooner”), spec…
 
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