Steve Johns, CEO of OneCause, returns to Status Go to talk about the lessons he learned from the struggles during 2020 and 2021.
Status Go welcomes Matt Walker, a mountain climber who takes leaders into the face of uncertainty, guiding them to overcome challenges in both their professional and personal life among the most difficult environments. When Matt sits down with Jeff Ton he parallels the key components of healthy and safe mountain climbing with that of solid leadership development: extreme communication and transparency, connection, comradery and interconnectedness.
To answer What's Next? ?" Jeff Ton sits down with Brad Finkeldei, President of Career Confidence to discuss the importance of clarity as a catalyst for creating the change you want as well as the two most common themes Brad sees among IT professionals: fear and false narratives.
To answer What's Next? ?" Jeff Ton sits down with Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack. Listen as Chris explains what motivated their shift to remote workforce, how they've overcome challenges and how they maintain and even elevate their culture. #StatusGo
When the COVID-19 crisis hit, people were forced home, hospitals were quickly overwhelmed, and the economy dissolved into a recession. As companies are working hard to support their employees, serve their clients and survive, IT leaders are in the forefront now more than ever.
As stay-at-home measures have accelerated the need for production workflows that can be performed remotely, DirecTV has delivered for its workforce and led the industry in overcoming this challenge.
In this episode, we welcome Brad Minnis, Vice President of Environment, Health, Safety and Security for Juniper Networks. Brad sits down with Jeff Ton to give us a global perspective as it relates to the COVID-19 crisis and more specifically, how they are handling the re-opening of their offices around the world.
Melvin José Velázquez Feliciano, a certified business resilience manager, sits down with Jeff Ton to recount his experience during the aftermath of hurricane Maria, how he councils companies on the islands in ITDR, the compounding impact of Covid-19 and where his passion for giving back comes from.
As we settle into new ways of working remotely, it is crucial for company IT leadership to manage their workforce in terms of security, communications, and applications being used. Since employees are not able to use the network and applications previously available from being in office, and security risks are peaking, it has become crucial to continue updating these strategies and technologies to reflect the changing times we are living in.
InterVision created and deployed the VPN accounts they needed quickly, so that normal business operations hardly missed a beat. While doing this, our team worked with the client to increase the integrity of their VPN accounts by adding several additional layers of security, such as AD authentication and MFA for their SSL VPN.