Autism, Tech and The Smarter Senses Project – Denis Collins, Former IBM Global Leader

Denis Collins about The Smarter Senses Project, This is a three step programme that commenced in 2010 with the aim of driving the Shine Centre for Autism in Cork forward to become best in class globally and to enable children with autism to learn, develop and communicate more effectively.
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The “Voice” of the future, Corporate Culture and unlocking Autism.

We talk to the recognised authority on future telecoms business models and technologies. Martin Geddes is formerly Strategy Director at BT’s network division and Chief Analyst and co-founder at Telco 2.0. He previously worked on a pioneering mobile web project at Sprint, where he was a named inventor on 9 patents, and at Oracle as a specialist in high-scalability database systems. He co-runs public workshops on Future of Voice and Telco-OTT Services, as well as providing speaking, consulting, training and innovation services to telcos, equipment vendors, cloud services providers and industry bodies. He is currently writing a book on the future of distributed computing, called The Internet is Just a Prototype. We talk to Ian McClean, founder of Flow Group, a specialist Leadership and Organisational Development consultancy working for change across global organizations for the past quarter century. We talk corporate culture and how culture can lead to profound success. Finally we talk to Denis Collins about The Smarter Senses Project, This is a three step programme that commenced in 2010 with the aim of driving the Shine Centre for Autism in Cork forward to become best in class globally and to enable children with autism to learn, develop and communicate more effectively.

Ep 18 – CyberCrime and IoT Special – Smarttech, PwC, SwiftComply, Firmwave

We talk to Ronan Murphy, CEO and founder of Smarttech, he tells us of some of the latest scams and raises our awareness of how to prevent being a victim. Pat Moran is PwC Head of Cybercrime & IT Forensics, he gives us some astonishing stats on cybercrime and gives us some practical, but excellent advice on how to prevent being a victim in work or even at home.

 

Michael O’Dwyer has a fantastic story to tell of how he has built a company using personal drive and government funding. He tells us about his company SwiftComply and gives some great advice for startups.

 

Finally, ex-Army officer and telecoms man Fintan McGovern tells us how he and the Firmwave team are rolling out a different network and conquering the business world. We talk cyborg chickens and connected bus shelters.

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