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The nomads put a new spin on the tech genre by shining a light not only on technology but also on the human side of the digital age. Tune in if you find yourself thinking about how to integrate into the digital landscape and be a part of the evolving industry. For over two decades, Phil and Nabeel have provided a powerful catalyst for organizations to create a vision of the future and the will to innovate. As futurists, they deliver a dynamic and entertaining vision of change, blending techn ...
 
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In this Nomad Futurist podcast, Bill Skinner, Operations Services Manager at Bloomberg LP, shares a dynamic journey highlighted by a commitment to constant learning in the critical infrastructure space — a path that has led him to operationalize training programs at Bloomberg and serve as a data center evangelist within the tech community through h…
 
What’s it like to be a facilities manager running the IT infrastructure of a leading global research university?In this engaging Nomad Futurist podcast, Raymond Parpart, Director of Data Center Operations and Strategy at the University of Chicago shares a journey that led from theater to technology and draws us into the fascinating world of critica…
 
In this fascinating, wide-ranging Nomad Futurist podcast, Sarah Keller talks about how following a series of interests including business, project management, standards, and data centers led her to becoming Head of Technology Sourcing and Supply Chain at Uber. She shares her insights about the current state of the global supply chain, and her asses…
 
In this special #NomadFuturist episode recorded at Data Center World on 03/30/2022, Phil and Nabeel invite Bill Kleyman back to the podcast to share his unique perspective on the conflict in Ukraine. Kleyman himself is a refugee whose family left Ukraine around the time of the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. Listen to his first pod…
 
In this upbeat #Nomad Futurist podcast, Ron Vokoun, Director of Critical Facilities for OAC Services, shares his dynamic story with Phil and Nabeel, shedding light on the world of data center construction — from construction management to finding the right skilled trades people, building teams, being an owner’s rep, and advocating for the customer.…
 
In this Nomad Futurist podcast, Jeff Uphues, CEO of DC BLOX shares his enthusiasm for serving locally and connecting globally with Phil and Nabeel. Over the last thirty years, Uphues has been involved with all facets of the communications industry from fiber to hosted applications to data centers and networks. All his experience in finance and in c…
 
There are certain individuals in this world who draw people and opportunities to them through some combination of attributes that include likeability, trustworthiness, community-mindedness, and an aptitude for leadership. TJ Ciccone, currently Vice President of Critical Operations for STACK Infrastructure, is one of these individuals. In this #Noma…
 
Can learning how to write and develop critical thinking skills lead to a successful career in critical infrastructure? In this #NomadFuturist podcast, we learn how data centers became the perfect space for Michael King, who combined a strong liberal arts background, an early exposure to technology and an openness to new experiences, leading him to …
 
How does it feel for a seasoned real estate and finance professional with over 25 years of experience to be the oldest member of one coffee group and the youngest member of another? If you are Allen Tucker and your mantra is “Everybody’s Important!” it feels great! Tucker shares his journey with Phil and Nabeel and discusses the importance of authe…
 
In this first #NomadFuturist podcast of the New Year, Phil and Nabeel take some time to consider some of the big takeaways from 2021, discussing subjects that range from the ongoing effect of Covid on different industries, the impact of a transformed workplace for both employees and employers, the permanence of disruption, the Great Resignation, te…
 
What does a nuclear power plant and a data center have in common? In this dynamic #NomadFuturist podcast, Michail (Mike) Clutter shares his origin story, his passion for data, and a millennial’s perspective on the data center industry. Clutter’s passion for technology has been a constant throughout his career. He talks about how he took an entrance…
 
In this lively #NomadFuturist podcast recorded at Data Center World 2021, Phil and Nabeel speak with Dennis Hahn, a cloud and data center subject matter expert and conference speaker. Hahn recounts the varied career path that led him to become Senior Analyst, Data Center Storage at OMDIA—one that encompassed mechanical, industrial and software engi…
 
In this lively #NomadFuturist podcast, Michael Butigian and Jim Lubratt, award winners at Data Center World 2021, share their respective career journeys in the world of critical infrastructure and HVAC, and their common passion for leaving behind a better world. Their journeys reveal some commonalities. Both men were athletes in college, Butigian p…
 
Jezzibell Gilmore is passionate about the internet as a vehicle for communication and collaboration. In this inspiring #NomadFuturist podcast, she shares an inspiring and entrepreneurial story that took her from fine arts to technology and the co-founding of PacketFabric. Gilmore hails from Beijing, China where one side of her family was deeply roo…
 
Jane Hsieh finds meaningful connections everywhere — among different groups and generations of people, as well as connections between art, fashion, industrial design, engineering, marketing, sales, and customers around the world. In this inspiring #NomadFuturist podcast, recorded at Data Center World 2021, Hsieh shares her journey to becoming Sr. D…
 
As a boy, Levy was enchanted and fascinated to see new buildings being constructed which ultimately led him to study engineering. In addition to his interest in how things “worked,” Levy was highly creative as a young person—playing guitar, painting, and drawing cartoons. He also designed packaging for toys manufactured at his parents’ toy factory …
 
During his university years, Ivo A. Ivanov was a radio DJ host. Now, two decades later, he is the CEO of DE-CIX International, the world’s leading Internet Exchange. How did this happen? In this #NomadFuturist podcast Ivanov shares his fascinating journey with Phil and Nabeel. Ivanov hails from Bulgaria where he began his law studies before moving …
 
In this fascinating #NomadFuturist podcast, recorded at Data Center World in Orlando, Florida, Phil and Nabeel learn about the extraordinary journey of Bill Kleyman, Master of Ceremonies for the event and EVP of Digital Solutions at Switch Data Centers. This journey about technology, life, determination, and optimism starts with a small boy in the …
 
This engaging #NomadFuturist podcast takes listeners on an exciting ride with Phill Lawson-Shanks, a fearless IT innovator whose insatiable curiosity, daring, and ability to see patterns led him to insights and accomplishments that have helped advance the world of IT and critical infrastructure—including the development of some of the earliest inst…
 
Tim Crawford discovered the world of computers in the 1980s through exposure to AutoCAD while designing circuit boards in high school. What else can this computer do? he wondered. He became fascinated by the art of the possible for the computer and switched to studying computer information systems which helped launch a journey that led to his becom…
 
Betting on Change With a background in music and real estate and a love of flying and surfing, Avner Papouchado breaks any preconceptions one may have about data center executives. Hear this entertaining #NomadFuturist podcast to learn about his journey from music to opportunistic real estate to the world of data centers and his current role as CEO…
 
Few people in this world are destined to be reborn – let alone more than once! The Nomad Futurists planned to fly out together for an AFCOM Chicago event on June 28th but found themselves immersed in a completely unexpected sequence of events. This riveting #NomadFuturist podcast is an incredible true story about tennis, cricket, community, friends…
 
Being a successful serial entrepreneur requires a combination of abilities and character traits: Innate curiosity, the ability to assess risk, the ability to identify opportunities, the desire to meet customer needs and an informed fearlessness that leads to decisive action. In this #NomadFuturist interview with Anthony Wanger we get a rare window …
 
Being true to your lights can lead to a successful career. In this #NomadFuturist podcast, Phil and Nabeel interview Sagi Brody, the Chief Technology Officer for Webair, a leading Cloud and IT Infrastructure solutions provider headquartered in New York. Brody was a natural tinkerer from childhood, moving from Lego to disassembling and reassembling …
 
How does a Music Education major end up becoming an internationally recognized leader in datacenter efficiency? In this #NomadFuturist podcast Kevin Kent takes us on an important environmental journey across the United States and around the world. Music and arts were a big part of Kent’s childhood and he studied music education in college. He soon …
 
Why does one go from being a highly successful video game executive to becoming a catalyst for the use of technology in supporting emotional, psychological and spiritual wellbeing? In this engaging #NomadFuturist podcast, Nichol Bradford, Co-founder of TransformativeTech.org, shares her deeply personal journey. “I grew up as a little black girl in …
 
How does a successful CEO create value for both customers and investors? Raul Martynek, CEO of DataBank, shares his twenty-year journey and his modus operandi with Phil and Nabeel in this #NomadFuturist podcast. Martynek discusses his accidental entry into the world of Critical Infrastructure. After majoring in political science, he spent his first…
 
In this time of digital acceleration, the digital divide is growing. Tune in to this #NomadFuturist podcast and learn how David Neeman and James Patrignelli, agents for good, are stepping up to the problem. David Neeman worked for ten years as a prosecutor in the Manhattan DA’s office, motivated by a desire to help people, especially young people. …
 
How does a financier and entrepreneur view the critical infrastructure space? In this #NomadFuturist podcast, Peter Hopper who specializes in providing advisory services and investment capital for the telecommunications and critical infrastructure industries shares his love and enthusiasm for this space. After college, Hopper did a stint trading fo…
 
Tune in to this #NomadFuturist podcast to learn what it takes to run mission critical facilities at a time when the data center industry is in flux. Chris Wade is our first speaker with extensive experience working at the foundational layer of physical infrastructure. From architecture to climate-controlled technologies to nuclear power plants to d…
 
What does it take these days to be innovative in the world of technology? Is there a “superpower” that can cut through the increasing complexity of the IT infrastructure landscape, connecting the dots between technology and business? In this generous and insightful #NomadFuturist podcast, technology industry analyst Charles Araujo shares his story …
 
In this engaging #NomadFuturist podcast, Peter Hannaford recounts an entrepreneurial journey that spans multiple locations—England, Nigeria, France—and tracks the development of computing and the data center industry over a fifty-year period. A child of the 60’s, Hannaford grew up in London, left school early and jumped into the workplace. His firs…
 
Problem-solving, critical thinking, risk management, adaptability…In this fascinating #NomadFuturist podcast, Lee Kirby, our first guest with a military background explains with great clarity, why the skills learned in the military can lead to success in the critical infrastructure industry. A retired Colonel and technology industry leader, Kirby g…
 
How did the Internet come into being and for what purpose? What were the early problems that led to its development? What were the fundamental concepts that allowed it to evolve over time into what it is today, a technology that impacts every aspect of our lives? Nomad Futurist is honored to feature Dr. Vint Cerf, one of the founding fathers of the…
 
Smarak (Marc) Bhuyan was destined to follow a career in tech having come from a long line of engineers tracing back to his great grandfather in Orissa (now Odisha). In this #NomadFuturist podcast, Bhuyan shares the serendipitous journey that has led him to his current position managing AI/ML hardware deployments for Google. Bhuyan initially studied…
 
This fascinating #NomadFuturist podcast provides insights into the thinking of Yuval Bachar, a visionary technologist whose career has been driven by curiosity, a fearless engagement with current challenges and possibilities, and a relentless quest to push the barrier of existing conditions to address the needs of the future. Many companies includi…
 
What does it take for someone who has won the corner office to walk away from it all, move to Hawaii, re-invent themselves, and launch a podcast that celebrates leaders' life stories in the technology space? In this inspiring #NomadFuturist podcast, technologist and futurist Nabeel Mahmood speaks with co-host Phillip Koblence about the physical and…
 
In this Nomad Futurist podcast, Luke Norris outlines his exciting journey as a tech wunderkind who jumped into the world of IT and networking while in high school to becoming the founder of Faction, a leading multi-cloud services provider. Norris worked at several companies while still in his teens and ended up at Silicon Graphics during the height…
 
In this #NomadFuturist podcast, Eli Scher talks about how his background as an investment banker propelled him into the world of IT. After an initial stint working in structured finance, Scher decided that he wanted to get closer to operations. “When you get out from behind a spreadsheet you see what’s happening in the real world.” The real world i…
 
Dave Temkin was a precocious nerd with a natural passion for tech who got in on the ground floor of internet technology and networking as a high school junior by parlaying his curiosity and can-do approach into a series of jobs that led to success. In this #NomadFuturist podcast, Temkin shares a career trajectory that has encompassed work in networ…
 
In this inspiring #NomadFuturist podcast, Cole Crawford talks about his journey from being an antisocial, nationally ranked, competitive tennis playing Goth kid to becoming the CEO and founder of Vapor IO, the world's first true edge computing company. Crawford got his first exposure to Linux at age 15 and was immediately hooked. “Linux was my reli…
 
As a trailblazer, I believe: “A title does not define... it keeps one in a box, and I like to say that I do not have boxes... because I am ultimately a child of our universe.” Transmute the now and transcend tomorrow. Dominique Luchart is a multi-faceted creative force, a prolific writer, director and producer. She is also an Author, Futurist, and …
 
We are living in a world in which people unwittingly give up their rights by glossing over the seeming mumbo jumbo found in the Terms and Conditions of the various apps they download to their devices, a world in which technology is advancing so rapidly that it is well beyond the understanding of hapless parents, let alone clueless lawmakers who are…
 
As a boy growing up off the grid in the Australian bush, Bron Gondwana’s early exposure to electronics, and installing solar, and micro-hydro systems set the stage for his first forays into computer programming. In this #NomadFuturist podcast, Bron Gondwana traces his evolution from coder, developer, and system administrator to his current role as …
 
In this freewheeling podcast Carrie Goetz talks about her extensive career in IT. Goetz recounts her accidental entry into the world of technology. Originally a theater education major, she shifted to architecture which led her to writing code for AUTO-CAD. She quickly realized that she would get paid more as a programmer than as architect. She nex…
 
Mary Jane Horne is a holistic thinker and problem-solver with over 30 years of domestic and international network and operational experience in the technology, media and telecommunications industries. A computer/electrical engineer by training, Horne started out at New England Telephone (now Verizon) where she learned the value of moving around as …
 
From the halls of Julliard to the world of critical infrastructure, twin brothers Zachary Smith and Jacob Smith have been orchestrating their careers and approaching business through a balanced left and right-brain strategy that includes discipline, learning, rules, creativity, problem-solving and an openness to integrating “outside voices.” Innova…
 
Amy Marks is Head of Industrialized Construction Strategy and Evangelism for Autodesk Inc, an American multinational software corporation. Before joining Autodesk, Ms. Marks, known as the Queen of Prefab, was the CEO of XSite Modular where she pioneered a path to becoming the world’s preeminent prefabrication consultant. Marks defined the language …
 
From cartophargy and a desire to build maps during the 80’s recession lead Gary to teach soccer and learning Cobol. Learning early on that programming wasn’t his forte, yet being an excellent communicator was imperative has helped him excel in his career. It is not always talent that makes one the MVP; it is collaboration and teamwork. One doesn’t …
 
To a Technology outsider, it may seem like everyone is “technical.” Internet giants dominate the job market, and online startups are a dime a dozen, and there aren’t very many women in tech. Working in tech is not just about coding. It’s about all aspects of one's career. Tech is a hot sector, and it’s exciting to see more women getting involved. B…
 
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