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Introducing The Data Economy Podcast

How are today’s technology leaders using data in innovative ways to increase business value within their fields? What blueprints did they follow as they work to create better user experiences, ease infrastructure constraints, and accelerate business growth in their organization? The answers to all this and more are now available in our new The Data Economy podcast.

Presented by Redis and hosted by Michael Krigsman, Industry Analyst and Publisher of CXOTalk, The Data Economy Podcast is a thought leadership destination where today’s Chief Information Officers (CIO), Chief Technology Officers (CTO), and IT Executives come to unpack their data-driven stories and share their knowledge, strategies, and use-cases with an audience of contemporaries looking for insights on how to leverage their data to work smarter, not harder.

How to experience The Data Economy podcast

The first six episodes of The Data Economy Podcast are now available to listen to in their entirety in our Podcast Library. Episodes are also available to listen to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you’re interested in similar peer-led executive opportunities like events, reports, and ebooks, check out redis.com/business for the latest in data.

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The Data Economy: Available Episodes

Real-time Fraud Detection and Exabyte Analytics

How smart and innovative must data-driven organizations aspire to be when addressing business risks or pursuing new opportunities? Our host Michael Krigsman is joined by Experian’s EVP & GM in Identity, Fraud & DataLabs, Eric Haller, who oversees the detection algorithms used to pinpoint fraudulent transactions that occur less than 1% of the time.  In retail, fraud detection algorithms must respond in under 200 milliseconds and, for some use cases, in under 40 milliseconds. Hear about this and other data processing challenges that digital leaders are faced with today and the strategies they use to overcome them.

Using AI, Real-Time Data, and Streaming to Modernize Apps

How does one begin to transition their business from the slow “batch world” where the end-users waited for data processing to real-time streaming flow and streaming analytics. Spoiler alert: It’s no easy task. Listen in as Mike Gualtieri, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, and Norm Judah, a former enterprise CTO at Microsoft explore the infrastructure constraints and architectural limitations they faced in getting this project off the ground.

How Data Diversity Drives Innovation with Global CIO of HP

In this episode, Ron Guerrier, CIO at HP, covers ground on CIO priorities, such as creating business opportunities through digital channels and addressing new market opportunities. He guides CIOs concerned that their existing apps don’t support the fast-growing digital demand and shares his views on data diversity and enabling real-time experiences that stand out.

Using Real-Time Data to Make The Trucking Industry Efficient & Sustainable

Meet Dorothy Li. As CTO of Convoy, Li has been faced with the challenge of modernizing the trucking industry. For her, that meant going from the old days of operating with very little data and still using carbon paper forms to today’s transformation into a modern digital freight network. Learn how her process helped Convoy to provide meaningful services to shippers, carriers, brokers, truckers, and the entire supply chain that depends on delivering goods efficiently, sustainably, and safely.

How Siemens Improves Security with Real-Time Data and Digital Twins

Join our host Michael Krigsman as he speaks with distinguished guest speaker Kurt John, Chief Cybersecurity Officer at Siemens USA, who shares his insights on how Siemens manages security risks and leads its transformation into a data-first, cloud-first company.

How Real-Time Data and Digital Twins to Improve Cyber Security

In this episode, Satyan Parameswaran, President of UPS Information Technology,  shares fascinating insights into how a logistics company drives customer satisfaction, addresses new market opportunities, and improves its reputation using data. Behind the scenes are several impressive technologies, including a digital twin, advanced real-time experience technologies, internet of things (IoT) devices, and analytics capabilities that help UPS manage a complex logistics network.


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