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"ingram micro" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Yeah I. think There are a lot of things where. You know epoch sort of made the first move here and I think a lot of people will see that and say like, yeah, this is obviously just sort of been negotiating tactic and as part of that negotiating tactic they they push things and effectively got themselves banned from the APP store is that Apple's falters that is that. Think people can come down on either side, but I'm not so sure that that would be positive that apple is the one that most people would blame I think a lot of people might start blaming epic for for you know they made a ton of money. Doing it this way for a long long time, and suddenly they want a better deal and you know epic epic has pissed off a lot of big. Greedy. Yeah. Yeah by the way they said that they wouldn't they wouldn't take a penny from this settlement or not seeking damages they just one apple, the changes policies now, I should point out the. My opinion, the company that has a much stronger case is Microsoft here apple also is not going to allow the X. Cloud Service, Microsoft streaming game service on Ios, and I think Microsoft can make a very strong case. We're no different than net flicks you allow. Netflix. Streaming Game Not a streaming movie. It's interactive but otherwise, we're pretty much the NETFLIX's of gaming and you're not going to allow us on here because you say you can't vet the individual games that makes very little sense. I think Microsoft would have a stronger case that that apple's doing this in their own economic interests that they don't want you to play Stadia. The Google Games are ex cloud, the Microsoft games or G. Force now or any of the other streaming services they want you to play apple or cade and I think that's a very interesting economic argument. Interestingly, Microsoft is as at least to this point is not pursuing this in court I think Microsoft's going to let the court of public. Opinion. Be Apple on this one I think maybe there will come out better than than epoch is come out on this well I mean who would have thought appleby monopolised moment monopolistic business practices. would. If I never again, Microsoft pointing the finger is Sir. But I'M GONNA I'M GONNA I'M GONNA put on my purple wig here and say. Oh, I already have it on I'm going to say. There is a case to be made. Maybe you guys can shoot this down. I'm not making this case, but I've heard this made many many times apple created all this value. They created the iphone they created the APP store they created an ecosystem people wanted to participate in and for most developers apple's doing a great service they're providing. A marketplace the providing storefront they're providing bandwidth. It's much easier for the developer if you if you went to Ingram micro distributes your game in the old days, they took a hell of a lot more than thirty percent. So apple's thirty percent is a small amount for distributing. A program if you compare it to the old days when you had software and boxes, this is preferable system and develop some developers do think it's preferable Mike. And I would say even if you go back to to early phones, if you go back to pre iphone days, you know when you had like Verizon and and T. that they had total control over their phones and in order to get even you didn't have a place even if you wanted to get an APP onto the phone, you had to negotiate some sort of deal with verizon or not or whoever and. They would they would take a huge chunk of cash upfront. You had all these phone APP developers who are raising a bunch of you know venture capital justice to hand it off to the Telcos you know the the iphone apple APP store setup is much more preferable as why we have a mobile ecosystem today in the first place. So I actually think that argument makes a lot of sense. The question then is. To get back to what amy was saying is you know how do you define this market from an antitrust perspective and is it? Is it monopolistic? Is it anti competitive? Again, it depends on what? What do you consider this marketplace be but you do have to admit that apple created this whole entire space in the first place and that's you know that's not nothing. Yeah. So, what is the how does this get resolved I? Don't think we want to let this go through the courts. What could apple due to make people? Happy. Amy. Do. You have any thoughts about I mean part of the problem is we've never as you point out, we've never seen anything like this before. So there's no precedent our current antitrust laws have. Completely unrelated to what's going on here. So it is there a compromise apple could come up with it would make everybody. Happy. Right, so all of the big tech companies apple included have government relations, departments whose job it is right to meet with an and help ray policy. They'll have corporate foreign policy departments. Now, I think when when I remember, I starting to hear grumblings about thirty percent and apple booting. Developers. Out of the store I think I think what happened was there's just a lack of transparency and I think with a lot of these companies. Divulging? Ip. TJ Or competitive advantage by simply saying. In a very transparent way, our road map this is what's happening. Here's why we're doing it I. Think the problem is none of that communication happened and people are pretty in all of this is also happening. Let's not forget during an incredibly volatile time when people are having a hard time just confronting this uncertainty because of you know the virus and crazy weather events, this time of year and all of the social injustice protests that are happening. So from from a regulatory perspective, at this point, we'll have to see if a judge picks up, the suit will have to see if Congress does anything. And and whatever direction it winds up going in and it'll be several months if not years before the whole thing gets sorted out but in the court of public opinion. Right apple would do itself well at this point. I think opening up that line of communication a little bit better in talking about its plans for the future Steve Jobs used to do that really well. you know you sort of saw the future when he took the stage and then build a new product. But when there weren't big press conferences or events happening, he was constantly talking about his vision for the future..
"ingram micro" Discussed on Innovation Calling
"Can you talk a little bit about your journey in? It and you where it was that you really started getting more in in the in the C. Suites and working in that and What what brought you there sure So if I go back to my dad. He was an engineer. Cable Television Pioneer. Some people argue that he invented the most common technology that we use the cabling mechanism that most people use in their house with a co Ax. Connections in the splitters was idea that happened in their lab viacom back before he thought I wanted to be a technologist and Always had kool gear around the house long before anybody else. Did I TV in the neighborhood? First calculator you know so you can imagine the environment just produced. And we're all this way you can look up the Mecca family. There isn't a single one of us. Have something to do with technology. Heck my sister started ingram micro so it's a But it was always second nature. I think What was the second part of your question? Though the pivoting moment I was I was working at a company that was having some struggles. We built Nick Network cards and and Companies were starting to HP for example integrate ethernet their motherboard and so peripherals manufacturer. Were starting to feel the pain. And if you weren't Cisco Building Switches you're You're heading down fast. And a colleague convinced me to take a temporary role at an oil and Gas Company in Houston and I went down there and I had had leadership experience but mostly in the technology sales side not leading. It departments and he said. Do you think he could do it? Because I'm a finance guy on no. Oh almost cuss there. I don't know anything about running. It and I said. I didn't want to knowledge. I didn't really know a whole lot either but I wanted to Gig and wanted out of this company and so a loaded up trucks and a move to Houston on a Lark and we were in the middle of a windows ninety five migrations tonight but timeframe on it and I just dove in and I just found so many things about deploying new machines and fixing call center problems that just got me all frost up. I don't you know you can't explain when that happens and I know there's probably people say oh my God. What a boring but I work fifteen plus hours a day all eight hours during work and then when the I used to sit in the lab and the lights would go off from no movement have to wave my arms to get the lights. Come back on I mean I was obsessed wire free isn't it? That's what I call fire in the belly. Think do you think that's something that could be trained or do that's inherently in the personality of the individual. I think the the when you try something in a lab and nothing and.
"ingram micro" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"Now The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon plans to use debt to open source. Part of. It's just walk out cashier. Let's technology according to sources Amazon also reportedly met with target and Walmart to discuss the technology. But neither has plans to test. The technology. Currently Microsoft has decided to make bill developer conference a digital conference for May Nineteen th through the twenty first event had been scheduled to take place in Seattle and Apple announced its worldwide developer conference or W WDC. We'll be held online in June with the usual keynote and develop recessions delivered over the Internet. Album did not announce specific details. The French Competition Authority. Find Apple one point one billion euros for anticompetitive practices regarding agreements with wholesalers tech data and Ingram micro the ruling found the apple and the two companies agreed not to compete with each other that apple stop some premium resellers from lowering prices in unfairly supply to other resellers tech data and Ingram micro received fines of seventy six point. One million and sixty two point nine billion euros respectively the complaint that sparked the probe into apple's practices came in two thousand twelve from premium reseller Bisque DOT COM apple plans to appeal the ruling Bloomberg reports that according sources the US Health and Human Services Department suffered a cyberattack on Sunday night. The attack reportedly was a distributed. Denial of service designed to slow the agency systems down but didn't appear to do so in a meaningful way. It doesn't appear that any data was lost or exfiltrated and it's unknown. What party was behind it? Steam recorded new record of twenty point three million concurrent users over the weekend with a record six point. Four million actively playing a game counter strike global offensive was the most popular game with over one million simultaneous players followed by Doda to and Pudgy and finally Microsoft announced that Co founder and former CEO Bill Gates stepping down from its board of directors gates plans to spend more time on philanthropic activities and we'll continue to serve as technology advisor to CEO. Such an Adela. He served as Microsoft board chairman from two thousand to two thousand fourteen. Remember for discussion of the news of the day. Subscribe to daily Tech News. Show at the new show dot com. You can find show notes there and links to all these headlines there as well. Thanks for listening. We'll talk to you next time. And from all of us here at daily tech headlines remember have a super sparkly Dave..
"ingram micro" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Hoped maybe James would just slip back into this pick. So we could just talk about a more and more, Chris Sammy Watkins James, white either Boyd, the next four off the board. Which means you still got your Ingram option. Very interesting. That is very interesting because we have three whiteouts, and I think he's very interesting as a PR guy in this format who are the, the remaining tight ends. You have hunter Henry. Yeah. Eib, Ron cook. But I'm saying, so after hunter Henry and anger, there's a pretty large tight end cliff, I be depending on your view on, Eric Brown. There's a, there's a large cliff because it's e- Bronco cook McDonald, and joke, who I definitely think there's a huge drop. And personally, I would put hunter Henry in the group with with Eric. E bron. Okay. You got Ingram above him. But one hundred percent I think Ingram is the last guy in a tier what we know he's going to be heavily utilized in the passing game. So if we wanted to take an Ingram, I would have no problem with that. I find that I end up with him a lot in these middle rounds because he is that last tight end that I would enjoy having after draft and I go out. Yeah. Titan spots locked loaded there. Wide receivers. I really like here my normal league. I would I would be hesitant to pass on for Evan Ingram. But Mike Williams, very much more of a standard league type wideout even guys like L Sean Jeffrey. I think you're gonna fit that mold Robbie Anderson. You know, these are not PR monsters. These are big play touchdown type players and makes me more comfortable with Ingram. I'm curious what I roster. Looks like that way. I wanna take Ingram micro counterpoint to what you were talking about is this is the guy who's going in our flex. So just perceptual ehough were thinking about this player. I'm I would be very happy getting a guy who's like a Mike Williams these that big play. He's my, my turbo button in the flex because I know that between Julio juju in Julian, those guys are pulling in three plus receptions a week. But see the he's not the turbo button. He's the guy you start in place. Julia Nedim in week three. When Adam and goes. Get out three. Oh. Three of his career he plays more than three games. If we are talking about that in the flex spot. And I I'm always find to punt the tight in weight and grab on later that maybe I'm not locked and loaded. It can be interesting in a PI. Later on. I wish I did. But the wide receiver that I mean obviously, I just brought him up very recently, the wide receiver that I like here because there's a chance, maybe he doesn't break. But if he does he's going to be an awesome, awesome player, not as PR dependent as a Mike waves Dante Pettus, the fact that he would be our fourth wide receiver goodness. I mean, you've gotta flex option that can that can grow. I I'm kind of curious a pet makes it back to us in the seventh round. Let's roll the dice. We are you willing to get on the Ingram train one hundred percent willing to get on it. But I want there's no chance, Dante Pettis skits with is the long term. This is where do we wait twenty six something like that. He's not coming back. The all let's go Ingram. We took him Henry went next Dell. Henderson Baker Mayfield. Mike Williams has gone DJ. More has gone all the wide receiver and running guy on come off the board. Come on. More. He ends up going to pig three picks ahead of us. I've never been so sad to be right. Oh, that's true. You're probably not that sad. But Baker Mayfield to Sean wants and Matt Ryan and drew Brees, all went off the board and now run and all those wide receivers. We love so much Mike Williams Dante Pettus, I'm more upset about the Robbie Anderson. Yeah..
"ingram micro" Discussed on Venture Stories
"We aren't trying to charge them for software. The software comes to them for free. We aren't trying to charge them manufacturers. So a lot of the models. People are thinking about are like trying to connect you with many facture, and then charge them any facture for the connection is not wrong or bad. It's just like is that is that is that a pathway to multibillion dot company because you're trying to monetize relationships again. And I just don't think the monetize ING relationships build a multibillion dollar business in this space and a lot of people are out there saying, otherwise if you wanna do that. BBC, but. I mean, there's a lot of his us relationships. They're not bad. But like, but. But. Yeah. They're not balloon artists and also runs out of steam. Right. Like, you if you aren't leveraging data and interesting way, if you aren't building meaningful software that provides value to brands makes them want to keep using it. How do you keep growing past hundred million five hundred million what I've picture of the manufacturing ecosystem or start up ecosystem? What are even other types of businesses, or like, how do you map out the different subsectors if you so if you think on the different business models going on logistics like a company like ship? Oh, aggregating ship volume helping companies easily print out shipping labels, but getting better rates because they're aggregating demand again. But through the carrier's doing other really interesting things as well. There's companies doing things around trucking that are really cool where they're soaking up excess trucking capacity almost kind of like Heuberger for trucking. Uber's also doing over for trucking. So there's that but a lot of people thinking heavily about how do. The models that we've seen work in the kind of like social internet. A lot of things have been very successful past ten years. How do we start applying them to the massive industries of shipping logistics supply chain manufacturing because when you look at the the massive -ness of what like manufacturing is one of the biggest industries in the whole world like in every country. It's big like there was no country where it's like. Oh, yeah. Like, no that country doesn't need stuff. Like, it's even countries have a weaker situation for the manufacturing like it's so one of the largest business large industries. So I think people are figuring how to apply models to this space. So, you know, in the space, you've also got the modern three PL partners. I think that there was headway made early on by company. Ship wear that got acquired by Ingram, micro that almost kind of feels like old news now you've got modern partners like ship, Bob and others doing a credible work making the three PL experience..
Ingram Micro, Wall Street Journal And Ingram discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"For comment. China's HANA says it's in talks on possible sale of Ingram micro. It says the matters at a primary stage Wall Street Journal on Friday said h and it was in talks to sell Ingram to Apollo global management for seven and a half
"ingram micro" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
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"ingram micro" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
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"ingram micro" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In this segment, we're gonna talk about some of the latest and greatest things happening with neutron. Congratulations guys on your latest round of investment. And plus the partnership with Ingram, micro tributary. Thank you. That's just phenomenal one thing. I will say because we talked about in the first segment we kind of giving a recap on the whole city of Atlanta fiasco, and I wanted to fall this because an earlier show we did with near on. Loops the inherent security flaws. We had talked about ransomware and how we generally never advise people to pay the ransom. And you know, we still officially don't advise people to pay them. But we were anecdotally talking about that how a lot of times the ransom where people come through. And the actually if you pay the bounty if you pay the ransom, they actually do give your databank. That's a very very sensitive question. I think maybe that's the that's the right term. But eventually, yeah. If if we if we talk specifically about Atlanta, that's that raises a lot of philosophical questions because Atlanta ended up paying fifteen million dollar on recovery from a ransomware that originally asked for fifty thousand dollars, right? And so, you know, theoretically, they could have tested it with fifty thousand before dumping in. What was then two million fifteen and if they wanted to pay by the way, they said that detri- actually I thought I think that. Wine of the of their announcement. They mentioned that they wanted at some point to pay. But we know for sure if they wanted the ransomware has an amazing help this amazing FAQ's whoever wants to pay ransom where a whole very organized the industry today with a customer support team apparently. But you know, one thing though, that came out of this, and we talked about how and I were at the same smart city conference is that governments in hospitals and health services are taking the seriously. That's correct we've seen dramatic increase with ransomware he sedan. So well, mouring general ransomware in particular with more and more mission critical organisation systems like nine one one dispatch centers, like hospitals, as as you mentioned law enforcement agencies. Unfortunately, these organizations are very targeted not because there are critical, but also because are less security, in many cases, these infrastructure Stanton. To be pretty old. Not very. Yep. Sedate, and they are just easier to hack, unfortunately. And with that Russ as the leader of the sales organization. What's the engagement been like as these organizations such as law enforcement or fire or hospitals? How are they approaching you? And what are you doing for them? Well, we're doing a lot of activities to approach them to let them know that we're here to help them. Were participating in events to get the word out Aena Tron and the level of protection, we offer these types of customers. And so over the last year, we've seen people more receptive to our approaches, and who are willing to try something new because what they've been doing forever is not working, and that's crucial to this conversation. Is that people don't always get when you Trump's doing because there's not Detroit and true. And that's what people are used to the joke that you never got fired for using Microsoft, you never got fired freezing semantic, so or any other security vendor. So what is that look like in terms of how you help your customers understand what's new in with possible. Well, we do have to spend a lot of time convincing them that we're real. And that we do what we do is real. And we add real value by protecting them deeper and a better than maybe what they're doing today. But our approach is not to. Say what they're doing is bad. Our approaches a defense in depth approach to add something to help with the latest threat landscape and be that much stronger. Let see and win the conversation. Does happen is it involve a demo doesn't involve we talked about it earlier show that you have a rubber Ducky, which is this USB drive the shape of rubber duck that you invite customers to partake in and see is something happens that replicates our attack on their isolated machine. You still need to do those kind of demos or you've progressed a little bit. Well, we still need to do demos. We still need to have in depth conversations. And I think one of the reasons is because security people are conservative by nature. They really wanna see the what you're saying is real they really want to understand that the value you're bringing that you're talking about Israel. So there is quite a bit of work that has to be done up front to convince them that we're worth them taking a serious look at okay. I've seen the demos. I've seen the product. I really like when near shows the attacker machine and the victim machine and gives you a really good education and what actually happens in a live attack. And I think that's because you know, most people were reading about malware. They're reading about attacks the tend to believe it's not going to happen to them. They tend to believe it's it's science fiction, but where do you really see attack, and and how he works how especially how easy it is that that changes, your your your perception? So that's why we really make sure to to prove it to people to show it to people. And when we have the chance we do what we call beyond penetration. Tests to be PT, we offer organizations to invite us and show them a demo and not just on arm Sheen's, but under machines, let us prove you that your actual machine with with your real staff, you real security your your virus your firewall, exactly. Lettuce. Plug the rubber Ducky that you've mentioned into your machine. See these robbery Decky is not just cool. It's gonna it's gonna bypass everything that you have there. And I think that's the moment. Where people really changed your mind. The understand that they are actually completely exposed. So once you do that. So walk me through once you do that in the completely exposed. And now they decided to engage in do a pilot become a customer. Remind me what that is how that's configured and what's involved with that. So what's so special about paranoid about our product? It's not just that it can really detect and prevent any unknown threat. It's also very lightweight because we don't need to scan all your files, we don't need to maintain a list of of virus signatures or or classifications of you mean. So you mean, you mean like when I'm running antivirus on my computer, and the scan happens and everything kind of slows down, and crawls that isn't what happens with yours. Absolutely not. We don't need to scan all your files, we don't need to perform anything. That's heavy any heavy operation. We just follow. What you do? And make sure that it makes sense. That's how our system works. We know what what makes sense. We know how file deletion should look like when he happens legitimately. So that's why we monitor which is might your activities in real time. It's much much less. Heavy. Unlike any other security solutions tend to be very heavy, so it's very very state straightforward that what makes her system. So so unique besides, of course, the best security that you can get. But as I said when you really see the attack when you really see it in your system, it it really changes, your your your point of view. And we welcome anyone way to reach out to us. And we would love to do a BT with you in that would be at your website, neutron dot com..
"ingram micro" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In this segment, we're gonna talk about some of the latest and greatest things. Happy with neutron. Congratulations guys on your latest round of investment. And plus the partnership with Ingram, micro distributor. Thank you. That's just phenomenal one thing. I will say because we talked about in the first segment we're kind of giving a recap on the whole city of Atlanta fiasco, and I wanted to fall this because an earlier show we did with near on. Loops the inherent security flaws. We had talked about ransomware and how we generally never advise people to pay the ransom. And you know, we still don't advise people to pay the ransom. But we were anecdotally talked to you about that. How a lot of times the ransom where people come through the actually if you pay the bounty if you pay the ransom, they actually do get your data back. That's a very very sensitive question. I think maybe that's the that's the writer. But eventually, yeah. If if we if we talk specifically about the plant, that's that raises a lot of philosophical questions because Atlanta ended up paying fifteen million dollar on recovery from a ransomware that originally asked for fifty thousand dollars, right? And so, you know, theoretically, they could have tested it fifty thousand before dumping in. What was then two million and fifteen and if they wanted to pay by the way, they said that they tried actually thought I think that at one of the of their announcement. They mentioned that the wanted at some point to pay. But we know for sure if they wanted ransomware has an amazing help this amazing FAQ's wherever wants to pay ransom as a whole very organized the industry today when the customer support team of apparently. But one thing though, that came out of this, and we talked about how and I were at the same smart city conference is that governments in hospitals and healthcare systems are taking the seriously. That's correct. We've seen a dramatic increase with ransomware incident. So well in general, but transferring particular with or and more mission critical organisation systems like nine one one dispatch centers like hospitals this year, as you mentioned law enforcement agencies. Unfortunately, these organizations are very targeted not because they're critical, but also because are less secure in many cases, these infrastructure stand to be pretty old not very apt to date, and they are just easier to hack. Unfortunately, and with that Russ as the leader of the sales organization, what's the engagement been like as these organizations such as law enforcement or fire or hospitals hardly approaching you, and what are you doing for them? Well, we're doing a lot of activities to approach them to let them know that we're here to help them were participating in events to get the word out Aena Tron and the level of protection, we offer these types of customers. And so over the last year, we've seen people more receptive to our approaches, and who are willing to try something new because what they've been doing forever is not working, and that's crucial to this conversation. Is that people don't always get when you're doing because there's not the tried and true. And that's what people are used to the joke that you never got fired for using Microsoft, you never got fired for using semantic, so or any other security vendor. So what is that look like in terms of how you? Help your customers understand. What's new and what's possible? Well, we do have to spend a lot of time convincing them that we're real. And that we do what we do is real. And we add real value by protecting them deeper and a better than maybe what they're doing today. But our approach is not to say what they're doing is bad. Our approaches a defense in depth approach to add something to help with the latest threat landscape and be that much stronger. Let see and win the conversation. Does happen is. It involves a demo doesn't involve we talked about earlier show that you have a rubber Ducky, which is this USB drive the shape of rubber duck that you invite customers to partake in and see is something happens that replicates our attack on their isolated machine. You still need to do those kind of demos or you progressed a little bit. Well, we still need to do demos. We still need to have depth. Conversations. And I think one of the reasons is because security people are conservative by nature. They really wanna see the what you're saying is real they really want to understand the value you're bringing but you're talking about Israel. So there is quite a bit of work that has to be done up front to convince them that we're worth them taking a serious look at okay. I've seen the demos. I've seen the product. I really like when near shows the attacker machine in the victim machine and gives you a really good education and what actually happens in a live attack. And I think that's because you know, most people who are reading about malware, they're eating give attacks the tend to believe it's not gonna happen to them. They tend to believe it's it's science fiction. But where do you really see attack and how he works how especially how easy it is that that changes, your your your perception? So that's why we really make sure to prove it to people to show it to people when we have the chance we do what we call beyond penetration. Tests to be Petit. We offer organizations to invite us and show them a demo and not just doing harm Sheen's bit under machines. Let us prove you that your actual machine with with your real staff, you real security, so your your antivirus your firewall, exactly. Lettuce. Plug the rubber Ducky that you've mentioned into your machine. See these robbery Decky is not just cool. It's gonna it's going to bypass everything that you have there. And I think that's the moment where people really changed your mind. The understand that they are actually completely exposed. So once you do that to walk me through once you do that in the believe the completely exposed. And now they decided to engage in do a pilot to become a customer. Remind me what that is how that's configured and what's involved with that. So what's so special about paranoid about our product? It's not just that it can really detect and prevent any unknown threat. It's also very lightweight because we don't need to scan all your files, we don't need to maintain a list of of virus signatures or or classifications. So. So you mean, you mean like when I'm running antivirus on my computer in the scan happens and everything kind of slows down, and crawls that isn't what happens with yours. Absolutely not. We don't need to scan all your files, we don't need to perform anything. That's heavy any heavy peration. We just follow. What you do? And make sure that it makes sense. That's how our system works. We know what what makes sense. We know. How file deletion should look like when it happens legitimately. So that's why we monitor and we just might reactivity is in real time. It's much much less. Heavy. Unlike any other security solutions tend to be very heavy, so it's very live very state straightforward that what makes her system. So so unique besides, of course, the best security that you can get. But as I said when you really see the attack when you really see it in your system. It it really changes, your your your point of view. We welcome anyone by way to reach out to us. And we would love to do a BP with you. And that would be your website neutron dot com. N Y O.
"ingram micro" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"And this and people download our app. Anything used to take half? Right. When you went to eighty five percents. Yeah. I mean, just just a process your credit card and provide a a charge for a longtime twenty to twenty five. You know, and that was just just through the gateway was he should point out anymore. No, it's two and a half percent. But it'd be wise. Yeah. I know when I write a book, for instance, which I don't do anymore because it's not profitable. That you get a percentage usually five to fifteen percent of half the cover price because the publishers only getting half the cover price. The bookstore is getting the other half. Yeah. So this is believe me. This is nothing new this retail works the United States. And if nothing if anything is flatter than it used to be because you, you know, if you sell software, you don't have to go through Ingram, micro, micro. You don't have to print a box and put it on disks and all the other costs associated with it. Apple does the downloads. You know, I think most developers probably happy to give him the thirty percent. But that's not neither here nor there event. This is not a conversation that's going away because this is just the supreme court deciding whether this lawsuit can go forward if they say, yes, we'll be talking about this five years from now on the lawsuit. Finally comes to a head. This is something that Tim Cook's successor is going to as well in the in the olden times, these designed cathedrals and the person who comes up with the plans for the cathedral with die knowing that would make them knowing that I'm my job is to hand handed off to the next generation of people because this will never be finished within my lifetime end lawsuits of the same thing where they know that at some point I will be either arrested or shot to death by somebody who was annoyed by what I what I did or even just by old age, and I have to groom the next generation of of of lawyers who's going to figure out what to do with a suit that we just my my my analogy is something a little closer to home. When you buy a bottle of Louis the thirteenth cognac. Hundred-year-old cognac the winemakers who started that Conacher long-on many generations. Is that cognac so pointy I thought. To be permanent supposed to be wet mood and Leah. When are we going? When are we going to have that for Christmas come on? We really should for our.
"ingram micro" Discussed on TechFan
"He wasn't in on these high level meetings or if he was, he never told me about him and if he was and he would know that this is what apple was threatening because that's how it was. Apple was not happy with any apple specialist, choosing any parts and any Apple computer regardless of age that wasn't from ample that wasn't authorized by ample to be used. Then we're just talking about stuff like a Western Digital hard-drive. Well, apple used Western Digital harder is, but, oh, no, it's not the right one. You gotta use these. You can't use those. Don't go to Ingram micro to get your. Your memory in your Har hard drives or through apple? It was. It was bizarre. It was insult- in apple got their cut, but it meant that the apple specialist would make. I'm not kidding seventy. Five percent less by using the apple hard-drive rather than when we can get Ingram micro. Not as well. You kind of your charging the customer more for dense as well. He go. A Paul says Qassam. Worse than that really disadvantage in customers who have listened technical knowledge because they're, they're the people who can't go out and do their own thing. Well, beyond. Apple would only at the time. Let's say they would only offer five hundred gigabyte hard drive the customer wanted to one terabyte hard drive. Well, what do you do then you apple didn't supply that, so you had to get enough on. So it was it was ridiculous. There were work around one of the work around that. I know at least one other apple special is using was they would sell the hard drive over the counter to the customer. And then the customer would say, oh, by the way, I want to have you guys do this work for me and hand them the hard-drive. Yeah. Now. Well, now it's customer supplied part, so whereas the problem there, so that was kind of sneaky workaround, but. Look at the way apple machines have gone. Now in the they are increasingly less and less easily serviceable and even specialist counter anything. You can't do anything with salted in ram soul, the dynasties effectively. That point your upgrade options are off the table. Well, yes or no. Our sponsor does stuff like that though. Yeah. Offer Maxine offers the the ability to send in your hard drive or your computer threat on the bottom of their homepage. It's what's it called here. ODBC upgrade service upgrade your MAC with certified professional installation..
"ingram micro" Discussed on TechFan
"But that's not where it started. This is an effect of a long held policy and belief within apple that you should not be allowed to repair your machine yourself without apple getting their cut. That's what it's about. Apple's been like that for a very long time. They were like that before I got to max specialists and they sure as hell was that way. When I left mex- specialist fact, they were really starting to crack down even harder. From business perspective, when I was at Maxine lists that meant I had to buy a hard drive from apple, and I had a five percent markup feed put in this computer, whereas I can get the same hard-drive without the apple sticker on it through a vendor. Like I dunno Ingram micro. And I could have a fifty percent markup and it would still be cheaper by half for the customer couldn't do it. We did and said to hell with apple. Because you're making no money. Apple was squeezing so tight trying to put us out of business. That's the only way we could stay afloat. That's not my opinion. That's fact. So I'm not there. They are very anti right to repair. Acidly entira. Right? I'm not. I'm not disputing that. All. You know, completely buy into your experiences. And I think most companies given opportunity they could effectively DRM repairs than they would do you get away with it? The right to repairs is a bigger subject than most listeners right now. Probably even get credit for you should absolutely have the right to repair your property hustles fighting the same thing right now because tesla doesn't give you the ability or the privilege of repairing your own testing. Let's face it. This has been a longstanding problem for any company that makes big complex products that's not just let in the car industry for many, many years. They would basically threatened to invalidate your warranty if you had to the pulse you repair. Yeah. And it's only recently that the legislation's come in the basically prevents them from doing that. I'm the right to repair laws..
"ingram micro" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"It's still LA, but was a, it's a huge difference from save playing for the clippers and playing for the Lakers man. I mean, there's no comparison when it comes to your brand and this prestige involve, the clip was an NBA team and you gotta respect them. But man, the Lakers are like along with the Yankees. Okay. All right. And the Celtics three most historic franchises in any sport in this country in history, even more even more so in the Cowboys on more so than the paycheck. Hits or I can't think of any NFL. Is there any NFL team up there with the Lakers when it comes to the cowboy Cowboys raiders in the Steelers, five rings Cal football. It's a lot harder. There's. There's not that many teams that have. I mean, only the Steelers have more than them. Right? Yeah, yeah. So it was six. Yeah, show the Cowboys. Are the most the franchise with the highest value of any any franchise in the entire world? Yeah, because it's the NFL the more expensive but out of real estate. I don't think the Kabwe brand is as big as the league brand. No, I think the Laker brain is bigger internationally. I kinda counts basketball's international, but yeah, I think they're in that conversation. So what's the deal when Sanchez that we just waiting for him. Ingram micro. He's gonna pop up at some point ankle choline LeBron is there a comparison historically owes two type players? Save it for the. Let's do that yet. So Abel Sanchez, triple, jeez trainer will join us shortly. Maybe. I mean, they just told he's just trying to locate it. Okay, we've got going on this weekend. He's got nothing. Is he busy? Yeah, exactly. US. Michael question. We'll get to that in just a second, but we've got a couple of polls up this this afternoon. Michael says enough with fortnight. Should we bring back pacman? So I asked, should we fifty percent say, yes, my did. You see eagle less less violent game. Thank you. You can vote on the polls at Sodano ESPN ESPN also on the poll new poll which version of live and let die was better. Paul McCartney or guns and roses, guns and roses, fifty four percent of the moment. Shock again, you can vote at Sodano ESPN. So this is the Rolling Stones. You believe the Rolling Stones are better than the Beatles. Oh, you got more soul to music Beatles a more I let you. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Kinda like poppy kind of bubble gummy Rolling Stones, have more soul, more of feeling more passion to them using a gimme shelter. Oh, my God doesn't rate as rock song ever. I do prefer the stones over the Beatles, but on kale k. l. o. s. the classic rock station on the weekends. They play like a Beatles to like double shot or whatever. Or they have like Beatles mornings on like Christmas needles with the Beatles, but Brown sugar man. All the stones that I was never a huge Beatles guy, but they played some of the catalog where I was like, ooh, sergeant Pepper's yet it because I wasn't a big the Rolling Stones. As far back as I would go musically as far as actually listen to. But recently, maybe like a year ago, I was listening on that breakfast with the Beatles and I was, I got some. That's some. That's some really good music have never flipped the right a radio on a Rolling Stone zone. I can't say that with the beetle, right? Yeah. Other it owns around, I'm gonna. Listen..
"ingram micro" Discussed on WCHS
"At ingram micro canada welcome to the show lang how are you today it was known as a very large distributor where we would buy products from manufacturers and resell them to partners what we've seen in the change in time is those activities are still massive and we still do that today but we've seen this emergence of this of the ecommerce business and delivering omni channel to people's homes and or businesses in real time so what we've seen a change in his people still use distribution and byproducts but now other people manufacturers and retailers are looking to deliver products to people's homes and use that capability from just buying something from just region walk into a store buying something that's really changed we've seen a massive change and just to clarify omni channel refers to both online shopping as well as the retail experience in a fusion of the two it puts the customer at the center of it all and however they like to transact that's very good way to define it i mean if you look at an ingram warehouse today we used to make and byproducts and send them to a retailer stores or to a business and today we still do all that but now the customer could be the business or the end users looking for delivery mechanism which we call on channel to go to i want to pick it up at the store i'd like to pick it up at the post office i'd like to have it delivered to my business i'd like to have delivered right home it's all about convenience and customer satisfaction.
"ingram micro" Discussed on WCHS
"Referred to as third party logistics or three pl in third party logistics us distributor disturb means you're owning something for a manufacturer and then you're selling it to somebody else so you have a receivable third party logistics you're using all your capabilities of your warehouses to get product where they need to be but you don't own the inventory so for example if you come into an ingram facility today and you look at our facilities we have facilities in the vancouver area in the toronto area half of the units that are leading our building and being shipped to retailers or to end users customers are leaving our building our ingram does not own and we're doing it on behalf of other manufacturers we do a massive amount of business where we will be able to leverage the infrastructure we've built to be a distributor and let other people use that infrastructure themselves and get the cost benefits of that and also get the ability to have a delightful customer experience them because they're using all of our infrastructure so for example there could be in the old days i would go compute today when you bear building those things are still going out is the distribution but what we have is we have a pera leaving the building wearables we have lawn and garden products but what's happened is manufacturers need to be able to get delightful customers and they can only get that by leveraging someone who has a facility that's able to move the product in the most efficient manner and get people's homes or businesses we're laying moffitt he's the vp of business solutions at ingram micro canada we're talking about the difference between traditional distribution model and third party logistics or.
"ingram micro" Discussed on Mixergy
"Showed that i first heard about it on its own the pretoria talk show called free talk live in at the time it was on media hundred thirty stations across the country and i told them hey start advertising this pick pointing this is a really really a great thing for anybody that synod interested in in individual freedom our personal liberty or or even just financial sovereignty uh not having to beg your bank for permission to send in ach transfer to to somebody and the not having had done in time uh you know i'm sure everybody has a has a horse story or two in trying to deal with a traditional bank to get something done horse with bitcoin it's simply a protocol in and it's bound by the laws about batic so whatever you instructed to do it's going to do and doesn't matter how worrying a bank thinks the person you might be paying happens to be so you accepting it than running ads to promote the fact that you are selling and accepting bitcoin duty to help lift sales ninth my guesses leslie did it it didn't no i don't to be honest i don't think we i don't think we sold much of anything at all however for bitcoin on memory dealers but i was able to leverage that business that i had that was selling electron extranet ex into opening accounts with ingram aiko in tech tech data in the united states ingram micro until the first and the third biggest the distributors of consumer electronics goods and so in 2012 i managed to put together website called bitcoin store dot com and we listed the entire line card for both eager micro and tech data for sale on bitcoin store dot com we only accepted bitcoin offer payment this was around five hundred thousand items and we listed all of them it cost in my my plan to term money from it was seldom all at cost make bitcoin more useful and the value the bitcoin's would go up over time and so because we were signed the matt cost than we have you on a distance account with eager my contacted most the products are actually cheaper than amazon and we sold a huge amount of products are on bitcoin's tour dot com and it was the first website the entire world to start actually selling things that people might wants do.
"ingram micro" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Welcome back to tech talk with greg petersen i have spent the week this week over at ingram micro now they are a distributor of hardware and software they hold a number of different conferences a year and this particular one we were talking a lot about cisco cisco has a ton of different products all of them are related to networks but they've added more functionality recently that has to do with security now security on the network of course is crazy important because that's where the bad software comes in so we're gonna talk with tom right now little bit about what has happened fairly recently with wannacry some of these other pieces of mao where and a service cisco has that we've been using for some of our clients called amp and what does that mean to you was well if you're businessperson nor if even if you work at a business in frankly might save your job i know peop people that got fired over this whole wannacry thing tom welcome now thanks to be her so you run oh hold data center here and you're the guy that can figures different types of demos for businesses that might want to try out some of the new technologies that with pretty good summary what you do yeah absolutely i enable some of these demonstrations to help our partners learn the solutions and do them also for our customers and their customers to help convince them about the solutions.