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Category: Mobile Computing & Telecommunication

Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the power of mobile computing and other technologies that have helped so many businesses stay relevant during the pandemic shutdown of the economy.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame discusses why your online footprint must be mobile-ready or you’ll be irrelevant to half of the prospects in the U.S.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals the concept of conflicting expectations by customers, especially digital and health expectations, and how to stay relevant when these conflict and override the classic value proposition.
Faith Whittier
Dr. Faith Whittier joins Jim Blasingame to report on the current crisis of managing medical records, and how blockchain could become the silver bullet technology, plus the pressure the advent of telemedicine will have on our broadband system.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to encourage you to consider the higher level of intrusiveness of a phone app on your contacts and privacy, over accessing the same information from a website.
Anna Murray
Anna Murray joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the pandemic has accelerated change in remote work, medicine and education, plus the weak links in the U.S. broadband service to households located at or near the last mile.
Andrew J. Sherman
Andrew Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the broadband infrastructure deficiencies that have been revealed as the pandemic forced us to work and be educated remotely.
Karen Kerrigan
Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to report that the most important infrastructure project the government should focus on is not roads and bridges, but getting broadband connection out to the last mile of America.
Sarah Hiner
Sarah Hiner joins Jim Blasingame to encourage you to consider the higher level of intrusiveness of a phone app on your contacts and privacy, over accessing the same information from a website.
Anna Murray
Anna Murray joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the pandemic has accelerated change in remote work, medicine and education, plus the weak links in the U.S. broadband service to households located at or near the last mile.

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