E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year

Curtis Franklin Jr., Executive Editor | 1/15/2013 | 20 comments

Curtis Franklin Jr.
This week brings two episodes of E2 Radio that will help IT executives make their enterprise more effective, more efficient, and more productive for every employee touching an application.

First up is a look at a critical, but often overlooked tool for maintaining IT system performance. Build a Better User Experience Through Better Monitoring comes your way at 12:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, January 16. This episode will explore the ways in which end-to-end, cross-platform monitoring allows IT managers to stay on top of overall system conditions and deal with minor issues before they become major problems.

In this episode, executive editor Curtis Franklin will be joined by Steve Fox, product manager for Foglight at Dell Software, focusing on the end-user technology suite.

Steve has 20 years of experience in the software industry, focused mainly on end-user management technologies, natural language processing, voice recognition, and machine learning applications. Prior to Dell, he worked primarily as a system engineer for numerous companies in the above technology spaces, and as CTO for a company he founded specializing in multimedia, self-service software using natural language and voice recognition technology for websites and call centers. Steve is a graduate of the University of Texas, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering.

Register here and make plans to join us at 12:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, January 16, for Build a Better Experience Through Better Monitoring.

On Thursday, January 17, we switch gears and focus on the importance of staying on top of the regulatory side of enterprise computing with Compliant or Caught, an important episode of E2 Radio starting at 12:00 p.m. ET.

Compliance isn't optional for companies that fall under one or more regulatory regimes. Government regulators wield real power and the authority to levy real penalties for non-compliance. Businesses that want to remain compliant while maintaining a competitive advantage have to build compliance into their processes and systems, creating a climate that simply doesn't allow non-compliance to take root in the culture and architecture of enterprise IT.

Join executive editor Curtis Franklin and his guests as they take a deep look into the regulatory burden facing enterprise IT and how regulatory compliance can be a stepping stone to better IT performance and more comprehensive security. Register here and join us on Thursday, January 17 at 12:00 p.m. ET for what is sure to be a most interesting episode of E2 Radio!

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Henrisha   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/17/2013 5:08:06 AM
E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
Agreed, it was a good show yesterday. Looking forward to attending today's as well. See you all!
tinym   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 11:17:18 PM
Show #1 was good
I really enjoy these E2 radio shows. Today's was no exception. I'm looking forward to show #2. You guys are getting really good at these shows!
CurtisFranklin   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 9:59:40 PM
Re: E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
@batye, sorry to hear about the laptop -- I'll get an email out to you soon.
CurtisFranklin   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 9:54:32 PM
Re: E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
@Hospice_Houngbo, it's nice to know that there are still areas for which experience matters as much as youthful energy. We're going to try to keep bringing experience to the E2 Radio studio -- it's great to have a community that brings both experience and energy to the shows!
batye   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 9:48:20 PM
Re: E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
thank you, Curtis same here :) great show... also I twitted about it and got 6 new followers :) I hope whole 2013 would be a interesting year :) as technology taking big leap forward :) and we would have more interesting shows on E2...

ps: after surge my laptop died and I lost your email address... could you send me blank email please... thanks
CurtisFranklin   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 9:47:26 PM
Re: E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
@Salik, we think these shows are hitting two critical issues for enterprise IT. I'm curious: what are other issues you think we should an on addresing this year?
CurtisFranklin   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 9:42:33 PM
Re: E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
It was great seeing you in the audience for today's show, @batye, and I think tomorrow's show will be at least as interesting. It's great to have two solid shows lined up in one week -- we hope that this is the start pf a very busy year of E2 Radio!
Hospice_Houngbo   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 7:40:08 AM
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@Salik,

I am sure we will enjoy the show. I am impressed by the guest speakers credentials . For instance, "Steve has 20 years of experience in the software industry, focused mainly on end-user management technologies, natural language processing, voice recognition, and machine learning applications." That's impressive.
Salik   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 1:52:04 AM
Re: E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
Looking forward to attend both the shows. They seem to be quite interesting and more importantly knowledgable. Thanks Curtis.
SunitaT   E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year   1/16/2013 12:17:39 AM
Re: E2 Radio: 2 Episodes for the New Year
We have some wonderful guests lined up for these shows but it's the E2 community that makes E2 Radio truly special.

@Curtis, I totally agree with you. The amount of knowledge sharing that happens during these radio/video shows is enormous. Eagerly looking forward to participate in both the shows.
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