56 - Cloud Broker Organizations
In this episode, part one of two, Darren and Intel Cloud Solution Architects Dave Shrestha and Kevin Bleckman talk about the importance of a cloud broker organization. Dave and Kevin founded Intel’s cloud brokerage team about seven years ago. Intel workers were consuming the public cloud, and it was like the wild wild West with people just swiping their credit cards for access. Security was an issue and spending got out of control. To rein in the chaos, they created a cloud broker organization.
35 - Navigating Disruptive Change
In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, and Rick Hermann, Director US Public Sector, Intel, discuss how Intel has been successful in navigating disruptive change over the past three decades.
13 - Illogical Obsession with Logic
Thought leader Andrew Padilla of Datacequia envisions new developments in data management and collaboration that would allow data to advance as software has in visibility, accessibility, usability, and portability. He outlines how a composable infrastructure would address the concerns of both software engineers and data scientists.
105 - Information-driven Leadership Part 2
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solutions Architect, Public Sector, Intel continues his talk with Betsy Freeman, CEO of Radius Advisory Group, about her experience as an information-driven leader in the public and private sectors. Part two of two.
15 - Kick-starting Organizational Transformation
Creating successful data-driven results starts with a strong organizational foundation. Darren and his guest Sarah Kalicin, Lead Data Scientist Data Center Group Intel, discuss the key aspects to this fundamental change.
39 - Watercooler Talk in a Remote Workforce
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, Intel, and Sean Heiney, co-founder of SignalWire, Inc., discuss the companies remote work policies of cameras on and their new remote collaborative workspaces technology that fosters ad hoc communication for their completely remote workforce.
86 - The Things I Wish I Knew as a Government CTO
In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, Intel, welcomes special guests Jason Dunn-Potter, Ret Chief Warrant Officer, US Army, and Ron Fritzemeier, Ret Rear Admiral, US Navy. Both are now five months into their positions as Solution Architects and Mission Specialists with Intel’s Department of Defense Team.
57 - Cloud Broker Organization Part 2
In part two of two, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, and Intel Cloud Solution Architects Dave Shrestha and Kevin Bleckman talk about the benefits and services of a cloud broker organization.
104 - Information-driven Leadership
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solutions Architect, Public Sector, Intel talks with Betsy Freeman, CEO of Radius Advisory Group, about her experience as an information-driven leader in the public and private sectors. Part one of two.
90 - Barriers to Future Tech Adoption
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solutions Architect, Intel, discusses the barriers to adopting new technologies in the public sector and what is coming in the future with Glenn Kurowski, CTO of CACI.
54 - People & Process in Digital Transformation
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, asks his guest, Ann Madea, former CIO of HSBC, to reflect on the process of big transformational changes she spearheaded in organizations.
63 - Inspiring IT Cultural Change
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, discusses inspiring cultural change with Amy Tong, CIO of the state of California, in the wake of the COVID pandemic.
55 - Communication During Transformation
In this episode, part two of two, Darren and guest Ann Madea, former CIO of HSBC, talk about communication during organizational transformation. When CIOs deploy solutions, they involve new processes and more than likely organizational change. In Ann’s most recent transformation program, they moved forward with cloud. Ann hired a head of cloud and implemented a multi cloud strategy with Google, AWS, and Azure. This major change caused concern, especially among those who had been working with the infrastructure for a long time.