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RadioTuck delivers ground-breaking interviews with today’s business leaders on topics, trends and best-practices surrounding technology and digital strategies. RadioTuck brings together a compilation of podcasts and tech tidbits from the Center and larger Tuck Community and provides listeners with insights into how changes in technology affect individuals, impact enterprises, and reshape industries. Podcast features include MBA student presentations, interviews with visiting lecturers, and recorded exhibitions from the Britt Technology Impact Series hosted by CDS

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Virtual Reality Opportunities in the World of Live Sports with Dan Brugal T’18
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The Ripple Effect On Cryptocurrency
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Reaching the Next Billion: Emerging Markets with Sravya Yeleswarapu T’18
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Creating a Non-Profit’s Digital Roadmap with Gibson Donohue T’18
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Consumer Internet & the Strategic Importance of Hardware with Jodine Gordon T’18
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Building A Digital Toolkit for Legacy Retailers with Stephanie Yera T’18
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Autonomous Vehicle and its Value Creation to User Experience with Robin Hwang T’18
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Augmented Reality: The Savior or Slayer of Retail with Meghan Lynch T’18
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Future of Encryption in the Quantum Computing Age with Vrashank Jain T’18
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People Analytics: Talent Management in the Age of Data

Digital technologies are disrupting every sector of the economy and redefining whole industries. The need for finding and retaining critical talent has never been greater. People analytics are the way forward for HR and business leaders, as they seek to support efforts to translate new digital strategies into execution through entirely new operating models. David Fineman T’82 helps companies become more analytical and builds out the people analytics capabilities required for tomorrow’s digital-first operating models. He discusses how data and analytics are changing the way we manage talent to support digital strategies.

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Understanding and Monitoring the Darknet in a Data-Centric World

Alison Connolly T’11 explains what the darknet is and why it’s important in determining if you or your company have been hacked. Alison demonstrates her firm’s DarkOwl Vision platform, which provides the world’s largest commercially available database of DARKINT. Unlike conventional offerings which rely heavily on manpower to comb the darknet, DarkOwl Vision automatically, anonymously and continuously collects, indexes and ranks actionable darknet data. By shortening the time frame to detection of compromised data, organizations can swiftly detect security gaps and mitigate damage prior to misuse of their data.

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Data: Superpower or Kryptonite?

Former Yahoo! And Indiegogo data guru, and current Senior Director of Data & Analytics at Upwork, Whitney Armstrong T’00 talks about data and decision-making.

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