Each day, the flood of technology news hits. In an industry that always changes, those who deliver technology services need to focus on the information that matters to them. The Business of Tech podcast focuses on the news you need to know. Covering both the story and why it matters to the way services are created and delivered, channel veteran Dave Sobel brings you up to speed and gives you resources to go deeper. With insights and analysis, this five minute podcast focuses on the knowledge you need to be effective, profitable, and relevant.
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This podcast is a must-listen for anyone who wants to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to the future of technology. Dave masterfully guides listeners through the latest insights from engaging guests, and every episode leaves me with a new perspective to ponder long after it ends. Whether you're a tech enthusiast or simply curious about the ever-evolving role of technology in our lives, this show is an excellent resource. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to stay informed and inspire... more
This is one of the best podcasts I've ever listened to. It has some of the smartest and most influential people in tech on as guests. It's a window into what they're thinking and where the puck is going for the overall industry.
I love this great podcast because each episodes is bite-size. That short burst of information is all my morning commute brain can handle.
Wow, just wow. That's how I felt after my first listen. Great topics covered by experts who never lost me at any point in time. I couldn't do anything as it felt like I was in the same room with them. I highly recommend this podcast because it would be criminal not to. Do the right thing and subscribe!
Really glad I found this podcast! I love how he breaks down each episode with his terriific guests. His episodes are not too long, easy to digest. Plus, he has a good sense of humor so his episodes are never dull. Highly recommend to anyone!
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Business of Tech launched 4 years ago and published 1181 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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