Never fear! With Rich on vacation you'd think Matt would be left to talking to himself into a padded room, but instead managed to rope a special guest for Episode 55! Dave Seibert of ITInnovators, Microsoft MVP, and a whole lot of other things is a long time contributor and friend to the magazine, and often appears on-stage at our live ChannelPro Events.
Matt starts by introducing Dave with a little Q&A (like only Matt can give). After a week hiatus, Matt and Dave dive through a whole bunch of missed headlines, talking in-depth about CompTIA's new association for non-channel technicians, the big Axcient and eFolder merger news, and some new functionality in AVG Managed Workplace. Later Matt gets Dave's thoughts on some recent studies, then dive into Part 3 for DAVE'S museum and tech picks! As for the title, you'll just have to listen.
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Episode #: 055
Title: Space Seibert 1999
File size: 44.3MB
Regulars: Matt Whitlock - Technology Editor
Special Guest: Dave Seibert
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