Sweet, compact, and nutritious. Is it any wonder blueberries are the currency of the future?
Not convinced they are? Please listen in anyway as Matt, Rich, and guest host Rory Sanchez of True Digital Security chew over Tech Data getting acquired by private equity and opening up a “cyber range”, Carbonite getting acquired by OpenText, Dell going everything-as-a-service, and CloudOak introducing a business continuity planning tool.
There’s even a little chatter about opportunities in the legalized cannabis biz (that’s where the blueberries come in—don’t ask) and establishing partnerships with businesses outside IT. Tastes good and good for you!
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Episode #: 124
Title: Pay Me in Blueberries
File size: 48.2MB
Regulars: Rich Freeman - Executive Editor, Matt Whitlock - Technology Editor
Topics and Related Links Mentioned:
- Tech Data Agrees to be Acquired by Private Equity Investor Apollo Global Management
- Tech Data’s Bauerlein: We’re Off the 90-Day Shot Clock
- Tech Data Cuts Ribbon on “Cyber Range” Training and Demo Facility
- Take a Tour of the Tech Data Cyber Range
- OpenText Buys Carbonite
- Dell Technologies Rolls Out Sweeping As-a-Service Purchasing Program
- CloudOak Launches Business Continuity Planning and Orchestration Solution
- Cannabusiness Is Big Business
- Partnering with Unconventional Partners