Podcasts for the weekend 24th March

Another weekend – another couple of tech podcasts you may want to give a listen to…

MS Partner Podcast

This is a relatively new one for me and although it’s pitched at Microsoft partners, there is lots of great general technical and IT career information in there.

This is quite an old episode I came across from last year, a chat with Christian Buckley, talking about why companies should hire technology evangelists, not only why they should, but how that role can be a huge benefit.

Well worth a listen if you are interested in that kind of career move or wondering if it the kind of role your business needs;

MS Partner Podcast

Veeam Community Podcast

Missed this one last week (sorry!), Veeam are one of my favourite software companies and have had a long established communities podcast.

However it has had a little hiatus, but now it’s back, with a new host in Michael Cade (@MichaelCade1) – in this new show, he picks on one of my favourite technologies with another podcast favourite VMware’s Pete Flecha veeamcommunitypodcastlogo(@vPedroArrow)as they discuss VMware’s VVOLS technology, what that delivers and why it’s a smart technology. There is also a great chat about tech community on the end.. great show, looking forward to more;

Veeam Podcast

Tech Interviews

As always, a plug for my own show here to.. this week I chat with John Hughes of Varonis, as we discuss the important of data and user insights as we continually look at how we better understand and secure our data.techstringy interviews logo

“If you don’t know about it, you can’t protect it”

What you don’t know, may hurt you – John Hughes – Ep 20


Enjoy the shows and have a great weekend.






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