Frontier Podcast by Gun.io
Business Innovation Through Technology
Eric Hunter, CTO of Spherical Models
In this episode, Ledge sits down with Eric Hunter, Managing Director for futurist consultancy firm Spherical Models, LLC and CTO of Bradford & Barthel, LLP, about how having a stroke sparked his interest in how we process information and the intersectionality between future technology and human behavior.
James Graham, Founder of Community Phone
Ledge sat down with James Graham, Founder of Community Phone, to talk about how Community Phone is reinventing the way we look at telephone companies by helping millions reduce the cost of their monthly phone plan, safeguarding their online privacy, and providing competent help from individuals in their local community immediately.
Jason Hintersteiner, CTO at Imperial Network Solutions
Jason Hintersteiner is the CTO at Imperial Network Solutions and is an expert on all things WiFi and joins the podcast talk about this technology that we use everyday and how to think about security holistically when it comes to Wifi networks.
Andrew Plato, CEO, President, and Founder of Anitian
In this episode, Ledge sits down with Andrew Plato, CEO, President, and Founder of Initian to chat about accidentally discovering the SQL attack, and through that experience gaining an appreciation for security which led him start his own security firm.
Adtech innovations at the retailing edge
In this episode Ledge sits down with Michael Weissman, 10-time entrepreneur, career high tech executive, and consultant to such tech allstars as Apple, Amazon, Adobe, and more.
Michael’s current adventure is Synchy, an advanced adtech product that delivers product advertising right alongside the product purchase experience, following on the success of Amazon’s ad network, and building a next generation enhancement to the concept.
Michael asks the compelling question, “Why is the best advertising OFF of the retailer’s website?” And furthermore, “Why is the worst advertising ON baked into the retail experience?”
When it comes to culture, Michael doesn’t hold back. He and his team have a strict code of constructive disagreement they use not in order to be right, but in order to get better. It’s made them a strong, effective unit for more than 6 years.