Quantilus Innovation is a technology solutions company that works with small and medium-sized businesses on implementing emerging tech to improve processes and drive growth. Services include cross-platform consumer and enterprise desktop and mobile applications, eCommerce solutions, website development, augmented and virtual reality, content management systems and so much more. Listen to the podcast to get the latest news, trends and info on emerging technologies and their business applications.
Special guest James Babarinde, an enterprise systems designer and digital artist for the likes of Microsoft, Disney, and Warner Bros., joins us for a conversation on NFTs. We discuss everything from what makes NFTs valuable, how to reduce their environmental impact, and tips for aspiring NFT artists.
We’re joined by Ross Shevchenko, a Managing Partner at DataMix, a software development studio based out of Kyiv Ukraine. In this episode, Ross lists 3 mistakes that SaaS founders commonly make. These include overconfidence, wrong focus, and lack of preparation. Find out how these mistakes can majorly impact the development of a product and how to avoid these pitfalls.
Joining us in this episode is the VP of Product Marketing at BIO-key, Kimberly Johnson. Kimberly informs on the importance of investing in multi-factor authentication (MFA) across company devices, how to go about implementing the technology, and why some companies may be resistant towards the security measure. We also discuss some of the recent, large-scale U.S. cyberattacks and how MFA can help protect against these crimes.
We sit down with the Chief Security Officer at Telos Corporation, Rick Tracy, to discuss why companies need cybersecurity now more than ever. Discover what ransomware is and how hackers are using it to terrorize major corporations, learn about the recent supply chain hacks, how companies are approaching cybersecurity with the shift towards remote work, and why companies should construct business continuity plans.
Special guest and consulting network engineer at Edafio Technology Partners, Douglas Ulrich, joins us for this insightful discussion on network engineers. Find out what benefits network engineers bring to companies, what a day in the life of a network engineer may look like, how the role has changed with the shift towards remote work, and more!
Special guest and Auto-Graphics Chief Technology Officer, Cheryl Slinkard joins us to discuss her professional journey in computer science and software, rising to become one of a select 10% women to hold an executive position in technology. We also explore a day in the life of a CTO, women in technology, and her viewpoints on mentorship.
My First Server: The Entrepreneur’s Tech Journey is brought to you by Quantilus Innovation Inc. The series follows Quantilus CEO/Founder, Debarshi Chaudhury as he invites a new CEO to join him in each episode to discuss their obstacles, successes, and takeaways with implementing various technologies into their businesses. Guests span a wide range of industries, both in and outside of technology, to offer an array of valuable insights and lessons.
We sit down with Varun Bajaj, the CEO and Co-Founder of StepUpwards—a web platform for corporate training that connects businesses with instructors for live online trainings. In this episode, we learn about which technologies StepUpwards uses, how it differentiates itself from competitors, and how StepUpwards created an easy-to-use platform for people who are not tech-savy.
We sit down with Danny Mizrahi, the CEO and Founder of Contango IT——a consulting, service, and support company that provides effective and efficient information technology solutions to businesses and organizations. In this episode, we hear how Contango IT became one of the first cloud consultants (years before iCloud launched), how they implemented a revolutionary custom-ticketing system, what Danny looks for in new employees, and more!
We sit down with Jesse Lakes, the CEO and Co-Founder of Geniuslink—a link shortener for creators looking to monetize their work via affiliate marketing. In this episode, we learn about Jesse’s career path, which includes starting multiple businesses, writing a book, and even a stint at Apple HQ. Additionally, we hear about his experiences and what he’s learned through starting his own companies, specifically in regards to technology.
We sit down with Patrick Kelley, the CTO and Founder of Critical Path Security—a global cybersecurity firm. Patrick is an entrepreneur who has founded 6 startups throughout the past ~27 years. In this episode, we explore what Patrick’s learned throughout his professional journey, especially when it comes to implementing technology into growing tech companies.
In the premiere episode, Debarshi Chaudhury chats with Lisa Napolitano, the Founder and Executive Director of CBT/DBT Associates and Zen Behavioral. A licensed psychologist and expert in cognitive and dialectical behavior therapy, Lisa discusses the challenges and triumphs as a business owner—from learning to navigate technology infrastructure to designing an app for her practice.