Episode 10: November 28, 2012 -- 11 a. m. PT/2 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
Valley View: Windows Phone 8 Up Close
Our most recent episode of Valley View took a deeper look at Windows Phone 8 with Microsoft's Greg Sullivan and checked out some intriguing startups. See all the highlights.
Dwolla Shakes Up Online Payments
Online payment darling Dwolla adds three new services as it tries to speed up merchant and consumer acceptance of its electronic transactions.
How To Outsource Your Life With Exec
BYTE tried out Exec's business concierge service at the W Hotel, for only $25/hour. Exec co-founder and CEO Justin Kan appeared on InformationWeek's Valley View to give us a deeper dive into the tech driving the service and how he plans to expand.
ClearStory Puts Big Data Into Business Users' Hands
ClearStory CEO discusses how "converged analysis" lets users analyze data from internal and external sources, in latest episode of InformationWeek Valley View.
Kaggle Crowdsources The Data Scientist Problem
Why poll just one data scientist when you can tap the expertise of 65,000? See how Kaggle aims to make that easier in the latest episode of Valley View.
SugarSync Adds Search, Collaboration To Cloud Storage
SugarSync CEO describes new features, takes questions on cloud security in the latest episode of InformationWeek Valley View.
Episode 9: October 24, 2012 -- 11 a. m. PT/2 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
The Tech Industry & The Stimulus Money: Failure?
CRN News Edtior Steve Burke joins our Valley View hosts to talk about his publication's exclusive report on how the teckhnology companies spent the stimulus money.
Cisco, Oracle, Elections: Valley View Tackles All
The October Valley View featured an exclusive chat with Cisco CEO John Chambers, and an in-depth report on Oracle, including our one-on-one with Mark Hurd. We also featured Alteryx, Hearsay Social and Taptera, and an exclusive report from CRN.
Cisco CEO John Chambers Ready For Battle
It's been a tough couple years for Cisco CEO John Chambers, but he has emerged from the struggle just as spry and confident as ever. CRN editor-at-large Chad Berndtson sits down with Chambers to talk about the competition and the future.
Taptera: 'Beautiful' Apps For Mobile Users
Startup offers suite of mobile apps for employees, including productivity tools and more. Watch our Valley View elevator pitch session with Taptera CEO.
Hearsay Guards Against Social Media Trouble
Hearsay Social helps businesses plug into social media while still controlling compliance and governance. Learn more in our Valley View video.
Alteryx: Data Analysis For 'Mere Mortals'
Company lets business users analyze big data with no need for data scientists, says CEO. Watch our Valley View video.
Episode 8: September 26, 2012 -- 11 a. m. PT/2 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
Consumers Pushing Banks To Internet Scale: Financial CTO
Yobie Benjamin, global CTO for a large financial institution, recently joined David Berlind and Fritz Nelson on the set of InformationWeek's Valley View to discuss his top priorities.
NetSuite CEO: What's Next For ERP In Cloud
Watch video of our full interview with NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson on his 'complicated' relationship with Oracle, and much more. (full video)
Valley View September: The News, Tongue In Cheek
Fritz Nelson delivers the news for September, with sarcasm.
Fusion-io Elevator Pitch: How Fusion-io Makes The World's Data Go Faster
Fusion-io exec describes how the company's hardware and software enable data center managers to build faster, more cost-effective storage arrays, in the latest episode of Valley View.
Elevator Pitch: CliQr's Elevator Pitch: Any App, In Any Cloud
Startup's CEO talks about CliQr's promise to put any legacy application on any public cloud, without modification. Check out video interviews from InformationWeek 500 and Valley View.
Kontiki: A New Approach To Enterprise Content Delivery
Startup offers video-based solutions for employee training, communication, and more. Watch our Valley View elevator pitch session with Kontiki's CEO.
Crowdstrike Elevator Pitch: Crowdstrike Puts APT Attackers On Notice
Much-watched startup takes an offensive, not defensive, approach to enterprise security. Learn more in this video from Valley View.
Elevator Pitch: Appthority Cuts Through Enterprise Mobility Chaos
In a BYOD age, organizations are struggling to ensure a healthy application ecosystem for end users. So many technology choices offer to help: corporate app stores, MDM solutions and more. Appthority promises to screen apps before they're deployed.
Episode 7: June 27, 2012 -- 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
Facebook, Oracle, Microsoft, Apple: The Joke's On You
InformationWeek's Fritz Nelson pokes fun at the news, and a few big-name companies like Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, RIM, Nokia and more.
Zenprise Mobile Device Management (Demo)
Mobile device management presents the means to help companies embrace mobile, says Zenprise. Learn about its approach on this video clip from InformationWeek's Valley View.
Exclusive Interview with SAS CEO and Co-Founder Jim Goodnight
Fresh IDC figures show that the analytics market is booming, but what's behind the demand and how does it relate to big data? SAS co-founder Goodnight offers his take in this video interview.
Google Ventures: A Hands On Startup Fund
Google Ventures is Google's investment arm, but unlike similar entities at technology companies, Google is hands on, helping with engineering, product, marketing and other talent that a startup might need to succeed. Partner David Krane explains.
Google Art Project, Piotr Adamczyk
Google Art Project data lead Piotr Adamczyk demonstrates not only the site, containing some 30,000 pieces of art, but also its integration with Google Plus Hangouts, designed for virtual video tours and collaboration
Episode 6: May 23, 2012 -- 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. Episode Preview
Episode 5: April 24, 2012 -- 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
The Ridiculous IT News Segment
Everything from IBM's new CEO getting snubbed at the Masters golf tournament to Microsoft's acquisition of AOL patents to AT&T's new slogan (or T-Mobile spokeswoman Carly's change in attitude) to Mitt Romney's use of Google+ is ripe for ridicule.
ARM Puts Virtualization In Hardware For BYOD World
ARM Lead Mobile Strategist, James Bruce, joins InformationWeek's Art Wittmann at the whiteboard to talk about why virtualization is such an important trend for smartphones, and how ARM's Cortext-A15 will enable that virtualization in hardware.
Zynga Masters The Hybrid Cloud, Turns It Into A Service
Zynga, one of the most popular developers of games in the universe went from relying on the public cloud, to developing a private cloud (Z-Cloud), which it now offers as a service. CTO Allan Leinwand discusses how it came about, and talks big data.
What DataSift Customer Sentiment Analysis Shows
In this video chat from our latest episode of Valley View, we talk with DataSift CEO Rob Bailey about what differentiates his customer sentiment analysis tools.
Proton Media's Immersive Enterprise Collaboration In 3D
As enterprise organizations try to solve the collaboration problem, Proton Media comes to the rescue with ProtoSphere, an immersive, 3D environment that ties itself to the Microsoft stack (Lync, Outlook, Sharepoint) for a unique experience. Proton Media's Ronald J. Burns is interviewed.
Episode 4: March 28, 2012 -- 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
Evernote Prepares To Storm The Enterprise
Evernote CEO Phil Libin talks about the ubiquitous productivity application and platform and where his company is heading next.
Salesforce.com's Social Enterprise Emphasizes 'Customer' In CRM
Salesforce.com cofounder Parker Harris discusses why the company has moved past its Cloud 2 mantra, with acquisitions like Heroku and Radian6 enabling even tighter customer relationships for the enterprise.
Arista Puts Real-Time Apps On New Switch
Andy Bechtolsheim, Arista Networks' founder and chief development officer, explains his company's AppSwitch 7124FX, which takes ultra-low-latency networking to a new level. Check out the video interview.
Piston Cloud Founder Demos Enterprise OpenStack Distribution
Piston Cloud takes the OpenStack framework and turns it into a private cloud delivery product. Cofounder and CEO Joshua McKenty shows us how it works.
Episode 3: February 16, 2012 -- 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
All The Tech News Fit To Parody
Fritz Nelson rounds up a month's worth of headlines and YouTube video worthy of ridicule.
Google+: A discussion with Google Global Director Rikard Steiber
Google social and mobile global marketing director Rikard Steiber comes to the set of InformationWeek's Valley View to explain why businesses should use Google Plus to engage their customers.
Mobile Device Management Debate: Mobile Iron vs Good Technologyx
Almost every enterprise IT organization is evaluating mobile device management options. We pit two industry leaders--MobileIron and Good Technology--against each other in a video debate.
Michael Skaff, CIO of The San Francisco Symphony
David Berlind and Fritz Nelson interview San Francisco Symphony CIO Michael Skaff about how he's keeping one of the City's leading non-profit organizations on the bleeding edge.
Demo: Tely Labs TelyTV -- Skype on your HD TV, featuring CEO, Sreekanth Ravi
Android-based TelyHD connects your TV to the Internet to enable Skype video calling, photo sharing, and other features.
Demo: Metamarkets Big Data platform, featuring CEO Michael Driscoll
Business Intelligence startup Metamarkets aims to take "BI in the cloud" one step further.
Demo: Chart.io business intelligence for the masses, featuring CEO David Beyer
Startup's cloud-based business intelligence solution takes on entrenched on-premises BI providers.
Episode 2: January 25, 2012 -- 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
Tech News: It's All A Joke
For each episode of Valley View, our monthly live web TV show, we like to start out with a little bit of a news update ... complete with sarcasm and cheap shots, because there's nothing worse than an industry that takes itself too seriously.
National Field: The Data Driven Social Enterprise
The Obama campaign used National Field in 2008 to bring together, and share all of the data around its outreach efforts -- all of its calls, contacts and meetings were tracked every day using the social enterprise platform. Edward Saatchi, CEO and co-Founder explains.
SAP's Bold Desires: Leadership In Cloud, Mobile, Big Data
SAP has bold plans. One of the world's biggest software companies has been moving into mobile, the cloud, and big data through acquisition and organic product development, and company executives have committed to becoming the leader in each market. SAP's President and Corporate Officer Sanjay Poonen is interviewed.
Video demonstrations of Basis health monitoring wristwatch, Lytro camera (which captures the entire light field) and HP's high-end Ultrabook, the Envy Spectre 14. These were some of the hottest gadgets we saw at CES 2012.
Episode 1: December 7, 2011 -- 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET. View Full Episode
Box.net CEO Aaron Levie
Flush with more than $80 million in new venture money, the Box.net CEO aims to take on Microsoft and redefine collaboration in the enterprise.
Openflow is the hottest topic in networking -- a way to bring the benefits of virtualization to the switched network. InformationWeek's Art Wittmann will join BigSwitch for a whiteboard session where we'll explain how it all works, and why it's a good thing.
Holiday Gift Guide
Still deciding on gifts for the holidays? We've got a handful of some of our favorites for the technology lover in your life.
HP Chairman, Kleiner Perkins Partner, Ray Lane
HP has had a tumultuous year: It ousted Leo Apotheker as CEO after only 10 months, naming Meg Whitman to the post. It decided to exit the PC business, and then decided to get back in. It acquired Autonomy for a princely sum. HP Chairman Ray Lane has been there through the rocky ride. But that's not all we'll talk about with Lane -- we'll ask him where he sees some of the more exciting technology investment going in Silicon Valley.
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