10 - Teleworker Sizing Your VDI Solution
Organizations need help in building VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) solutions immediately. As IT Departments are adding VDI licenses locally to their current systems, they need to be aware that licenses alone don’t solve all of their problems.
38 - Roaring 20's a Look Forward to 2021
In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect at Intel, asks Rachel Mushawar, VP of Sales at Intel, for her insight on what’s ahead for the Roaring 20s after the disruption of COVID-19.
145 - Attracting People Back to the Office
In this episode, Darren talks to the CEO and Managing Director of GPA about the role that collaboration innovation plays in bringing people back into the office and why people need face-to-face interaction.
49 - Remote Work Before, During and After the Pandemic
In this episode, Darren talks with Rachel Dreikosen, Business Development Manager in Public Sector at Intel, about how COVID-19 has effective her work-life balance and why she started a blog to help other female technical sales professionals.
47 - Looking Forward to 2021
Greg leads Intel’s US sales and marketing. Intel’s customers are primarily the system OEMs, and Intel’s sales force works daily servicing those accounts and helping them build systems around Intel’s compute and memory technologies. Currently, there is an unprecedented demand for compute. Intel’s teams work with software companies, cloud providers, Fortune 1000 businesses, schools, and government agencies to make compute accessible and help identify trends and apply use cases the solve business problems in a way that improves society. Intel, then, works as a trendsetter and identifies new trends to make sure customers have the right products.
34 - Embracing Workspace Evolution
In this episode, Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, and Robert Looney, Americas Data Center Sales Manager for Intel, talk about using a strategic approach to embrace the current workplace evolution. The COVID pandemic created major challenges and transitions in the workplace. Intel is helping customers leverage technologies to best address ongoing challenges in the new normal.
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.
37 - 2020 in Review
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, at Intel reflects on the disruption, changes, and adjustments the COVID-19 pandemic brought in 2020.
79 - Onboarding Remote Workers
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, Denis O’Shea, founder of Mobile Mentor about his experience, research, and advice in onboarding remote workers, especially Gen Z workers.
148 - Securing the Remote Worker Through Mobile Virtualization
In this episode of the podcast Embracing Digital Transformation, host Darren Pulsipher engages in an insightful conversation with special guest Jared Shepard, the CEO of Hypori. The interview focuses on the crucial topic of securing remote workers through mobile virtualization. Jared Shepard's unique journey from a high school dropout to a CEO adds an inspiring dimension to the discussion.
50 - Understanding Employee Burnout
Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Intel, talks with Uzair Hussain, CEO of District Zero, about how the company’s app that supports K-12 student mental wellness can apply to preventing employee burnout.
6 - Managing Telework at Capacity
In this episode, Darren, Tim Flynn, Retired Rear Admiral of the Navy, and Pete Schmitz, Account Executive for the Navy from Intel, talk about how to manage the explosive growth of teleworkers due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We discuss the different modes that workers can use to work remotely and still be productive: device as a dumb terminal, device as part of the internal network and device as a portal to services. Understanding these modes of operation can help find bottlenecks that can hamper the effectiveness of your team.