The Digital Club, atto primo
La prima puntata del nuovo programma settimanale dedicato al mondo della tecnologia e dintorni. Ospiti Carlo Barlocco, Executive Director di Motorola Europe e Carolina Milanesi, esperta analista del segmento tech, founder di The Heart of Tech. Conducono Massimo Morandi, Luca Viscardi, Marco Lombardo e Mark Perna
Poly Weekly News 8th June 2020 - Machine Learning & AI 🤖📢🤳
Thanks for joining for a weekly coffee chat and therapy session please make it a regular date in your diary every Monday and bring your friends customers and colleagues. Click here to add to your calendar https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cQexkyahZIYQT4XW_5FaN3IETYYAQS8S/view?usp=sharing This weekly video is created for you, so I’d love to hear what you’d like to hear and learn about in future videos, please comment below or contact me on social media. https://www.linkedin.com/in/nfluester https://twitter.com/nfluester Lastly can you help me share the message out by retweeting and re-sharing the videos and live stream reminders where you can. in this weeks show we have Kristi Melani VP of digital marketing talking through the new launch of the combined poly website and digital marketing in the current world. 2nd up we have Stephen Schaefer takes us through camera framing and video production rules Thanks for your support Neil Show Notes:
How Developers and Enterprises Can Collaborate to Solve Business Problems
Businesses and developers have a few things in common. Both want to make money and optimize the way they work. Tech analyst Carolina Milanesi discusses how these two groups can collaborate better. Read the blog: https://insights.samsung.com/2019/11/12/how-developers-and-enterprises-can-collaborate-on-app-design/
NEXT | Il mondo che verrà | 5 | Come cambierà la tecnologia
Nella quinta puntata della nostra trasmissione live proveremo a immaginare come cambierà il nostro rapporto con la tecnologia. Ospite di Bruno Ruffilli e Andrea Nepori è Carolina Milanesi, analista di mercato per Creative Strategy, in collegamento dalla Silicon Valley. E naturalmente ci sarà spazio per le vostre domande.
WT2 2020 Working guilt free during the pandemic; Connie Guglielmo, Laura Katen and Carolina Milanesi
Working Guilt-Free During the Pandemic? Connie Guglielmo Editor-in-Chief, CNET Laura Katen, Author, Keynote Speaker, Founder/CEO KATEN CONSULTING Carolina Milanesi, Founder & Principal Analyst, The Heart of Tech Time: 1 hour (details) This session is part of the virtual Women Transforming Technology Conference held on May 5. For more information about this and other sessions, please visit our website: http://www.womentransformingtechnology.com/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Women have a particular challenge these days as the reality of WFH (working from home) collides with the always-on culture that many tech companies expect of their employees. How do you set up the right boundaries and define what success looks like for yourself, for your team, for your bosses and for your co-workers at this time? There have been many stories recently about this topic, and so any pragmatic advice about what is realistic/unrealistic in terms of expectations at work (and with your family) is key. Grab some lunch and prepare to have a discussion with Connie, Carolina and Laura on how to navigate the new normal. About Connie: Connie Guglielmo is editor in chief of CNET. She's responsible for overseeing a global team of talented reporters, editors and photographers who look at the world through the lens of tech: that includes the ideas, products, companies, people & cultural, political, social, privacy & other issues bringing change. Since tech touches every aspect of how we live, work, play, dream and engage, we write about what we think matters. She's a veteran tech reporter and editor who has worked in and around Silicon Valley for MacWeek, Wired, Upside, Interactive Week, Bloomberg News and Forbes. She covets her original nail from the HP Garage, her BMUG tie-dye T-shirt, her iPod version 1.0 and desk chair from when NeXT closed shop. About Laura: Laura Katen is an internationally recognized speaker on the topic of communication. Laura travels over 100 days a year across North America for speaking engagements. She divides her time giving Keynote talks at various national conferences, leading group-training programs, and facilitating one-on-one coaching sessions for clients spanning industry, position, and geography. Ms. Katen is the author of the strategies book“The Communication Habit: Strategies That Set You Apart and Leave a Lasting Impression” (©2020 McGraw Hill) Ms. Katen is the President of KATEN CONSULTING, a New York-based professional development training company. KATEN CONSULTING is a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and provides programs in 4 key topics: Executive Presence, Communication Skills, Individual and Team Presentations, and Business Social Etiquette. About Carolina: Carolina joined Creative Strategies in 2016. She has over 15 years ‘ experience in the mobile industry most recently as Chief of Research at Kantar Worldpanel ComTech where she drove thought leadership research by marrying her deep understanding of global market dynamics with the wealth of data coming from ComTech’s longitudinal studies on smartphones and tablets. Her mission was to deliver strategic insights to C-level executives in the areas of product planning, product marketing, go to market and customer retention and acquisition. Prior to her ComTech role, Carolina spent 14 years at Gartner, most recently as their Consumer Devices Research VP and Agenda Manager. In this role, she led the forecast and market share teams on smartphones, tablets and PCs. She spent most of her time advising clients including investment firms, technology providers, and traditional enterprise clients. In 2011 she was recognized with the Gartner Annual Global Award who is given to the individual who has contributed to research in the most extraordinary way. Carolina is often quoted as industry expert and commentator in publications such as The Financial Times, Bloomberg, The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. She regularly appears on BBC, Bloomberg TV, Fox and NBC News and others. Her twitter account was recently listed in the “101 accounts to follow to make Twitter more interesting” by Wired Italy. At Creative Strategies, Carolina focuses on consumer tech across the board. From hardware to services she analyses today to help predict and shape tomorrow knowing that asking consumers about the future sometimes fails but capturing consumers’ behavior and sentiment never does!
Lisa Martin, Keith Townsend, #theCUBE, @theCUBE, | Citrix Synergy 2019
Carolina Milanesi, Founder of The Heart of Tech, sits down with Keith Townsend & Lisa Martin at Citrix Synergy 2019 in Atlanta, GA. #theCUBE #CitrixSynergy https://siliconangle.com/2019/06/03/qa-citrix-embraces-simplicity-end-users-can-work-smarter-citrixsynergy/ Q&A: Citrix embraces simplicity so end users can work smarter At the forefront of digital transformation are no longer the power users, but the end users who, according to survey data, are disengaged and yearning for a more user-friendly and ultimately, more productive workspace. Disengagement is costing enterprises trillions of dollars per year in lost work time, and Citrix Systems Inc. is looking to decrease that number by cultivating an experience with users across generations in mind. “I’ve been in this industry for a long time,” said Carolina Milanesi (pictured), founder of The Heart of Tech. “And I’ve been preaching for a long time about how looking at consumers and putting the user first is important. We’re just starting now to come around to the idea that consumer satisfaction is important, that employee satisfaction and employee engagement is important.” Milanesi spoke with Lisa Martin (@LisaMartinTV), co-host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile livestreaming studio, and guest host Keith Townsend (@CTOAdvisor) during the Citrix Synergy event in Atlanta, Georgia. They discussed how Citrix is putting end users first by not only making application software more user-friendly, but also by securely tailoring their personal experience (see the full interview with transcript here). (* Disclosure below.) [Editor’s note: The following answers have been condensed for clarity.] Martin: Historically, enterprise software has been designed for power users, which makes up 1% of the population. So, putting users first now … what are your thoughts on that? Milanesi: That’s my passion. When I talk about enterprise, the people that I really want to talk about are the final users of the technologies. A lot of times, not only do corporations design for the power users, but they design for the IT manager, which is even worse, right? That is less than the 1% of a workforce. It was fascinating during the keynote here [that] Citrix talked about a survey that Gallup ran saying that 85% of a workforce is disengaged today because they often not have the right tool for the job. They don’t have the right data available to them to understand what the task is that they’re trying to achieve. So, there is so much there that I think something like Workspace is helping to try and break into pieces and make it more user-friendly. Townsend: We have five generations of the workforce in the workforce. So there are variant degrees of adoption. How do you think Citrix is enabling not just the consumerization or bringing consumer products into the workforce, but adoption across generations? Milanesi: I think if you are starting with the user, you are in a good space, right? So, it doesn’t matter if you’re a Baby Boomer, Gen Z, Gen X, or a Millennial, we all want an easy life. We want something to be straightforward and not to get in the way of us being productive and getting the job done. I think if you’re starting with that in mind, making sure that you understand the goals that the company is trying to achieve, and then with the design, you’re attentive at that simplicity and baking in security so that security is at the core of designing your tool, but doesn’t get in the way. That’s how we’ve always gone around what was available in the consumer space and we’ve brought into the enterprise either as a device or an application. I think that putting simplicity first is allowing Citrix to avoid the issues so that the IT departments don’t have to worry about renegades that are going to bring in something from the backdoor, but really embrace this technology as a new way to think about “how I work.” Townsend: Talk about 5G and the impact of 5G on employee experience. We’re a little bit away from 5G becoming a thing, but talk to us about where it is today, and the potential of impacting employee experience when it finally arrives. ... (* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner for Citrix Synergy 2019. Neither Citrix Systems Inc., the sponsor for theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)