This month, CompTIA podcasts covered a range of topics with member-experts and CompTIA staff providing insight into today’s most talked about tech topics—from robotics to women in SaaS, creating company culture to channel readiness, and more. Take a look at what we overheard on CompTIACasts in July then check out all of our podcasts, subscribe and start listening today.
Jim Hamilton, vice president of CompTIA’s member communities, talks robotics in manufacturing, the concept of collaborative robotics and making robots safe for human environments with Scott Denenberg, co-founder and chief architect, Veo Robotics, Inc., on EmTechCast.
- Scott Denenberg, Co-Founder and Chief Architect, Veo Robotics, Inc.
Creating Intentional Company Culture
Jason Brunt of e3 Technologies, Steve Alexander of MSP-Ignite and Miles Jobgen of CompTIA talk about creating an intentional culture and how Brunt’s experience with ADD and dyslexia helped shape the way he looks for talent on Breaking Barriers with CompTIA's Managed Services Community.
- Jason Brunt, Founder and CEO, e3 Technologies
CompTIA World Magazine
On Volley, Carolyn April and Seth Robinson welcome Nancy Hammervik, executive vice president, industry relations at CompTIA, to discuss the upcoming issue of CompTIA World Magazine, available August 5.
- Nancy Hammervik, Executive Vice President, Industry Relations, CompTIA
On Coffee Break with CompTIA Councils, Chris Phillips, director of CompTIA's Industry Advisory Councils, and Ryan Walsh, chief channel officer at Pax8 and co-chair of the CompTIA Channel Advisory Board, run down a top 10 list of things to avoid when creating a channel plan.
- Ryan Walsh, Chief Channel Officer, Pax8 and Co-chair, CompTIA Channel Advisory Board
Success in SaaS: Two Women Pioneers Share Their Secrets
On Women TechCast, hosts Cristina Greysman, partner strategist for Amazon, and Janet Schijns, CEO of the JS Group, have a candid conversation with Dina Moskowitz, CEO of SaaSMAX, and Kathryn Rose, CEO of wiseHer, about their experiences running SaaS businesses.
- Dina Moskowitz, Founder and CEO, SaaSMAX