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WWL

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WWL

"We're joined now by rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group rob take us through this web we look at the capitol truck it's been a lot of feedback from folks that really don't think it looks all that great and and and of course the Twitter verse one a bit crazy with regard to comment about things like a baby's what their future truck back on the other hand out back I aged out for out climb and probably out theory of any other truck on the market is is clearly up I function over form design it's built like a tank even though about the hardened glass windows did credit which was kind of funny if he didn't follow that if they they threw a ball a big ball bearing at the window was closed I'm talking about you broke the wind up going post what they discovered is when they hit the doors with a sledgehammer they'd actually cracked the glass to add it based on what what happened is that destroyed glasses integrity and what was that by the ball it it it caught the glass to what the brake hard glass has some advantages but once you break the integrity of the classic it's pretty fragile so the so the so the times what they probably should have put the glass before the at the doors with the flood channel but it did take no other car what it would have survived either one of those tabs and and it but it's got a point to the fact that we we at the race have a have a difficult time with different I should point out that will right now they've got two hundred and fifty thousand the orders for that truck probably be over three two thousand by the end of this week and that compares to Ford Mustang II which has I think twenty five thousand so they're running at least ten acts up pre orders over the over the Ford so that so it does show that there's an interest in the product likely mostly from the Catholic faithful yeah but it also showcases that we just don't like change might just help somebody if I step in and re design something dramatically we really struggle with that so what is the Tesla truck mistake that you referred to what Steve Jobs did with the iPhone musings using apple as an example is that when the iPhone first came to market it was a very unsuccessful design and and I say that because the closest thing to what was the LG Prada what was that I do a design that was worked out between Prada and they'll cheat to develop a phone look very very similar to the to the iPhone that and it didn't do well but with jobs did is you showcase the phones it damages he focused people and what it could do and by the time the phone launched it was much more successful and of course by the third generation did pretty much taken over the market and everybody was copying apple but defenders the folks that own the market up prior to this world where Nokia palm and research in motion which is the blackberry and up and apples rolled right over and partially it rolled over because rather than defending their designs one double started showing the sticks us they decided to see if they could clip over and copy apple that was just a huge mistake on their part so they're actually two mistakes in that market one was what else she didn't really promote the advantages of the design and really get stuff that worked well on the phone and then number two in terms of defending their then dominant keyboard based phones dubbed the dominant folks didn't do it they they just got scared and tried to chase apple of course that worked up very badly the points of what could happen before GM if they don't defend their designs because I because template could do to them what up did too research in motion palm and Nokia being with tech analyst rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group he's written a piece in the week dot com entitled Tesla's truck in the problem with innovation does this does the pick up truck with two hundred fifty thousand plus now pre orders does it flipped the pick up market what could I mean that number really it that really doesn't what the market yet because you need to get into the millions before that can happen but once again folks really didn't believe that apple was going to take over the smartphone market and while clue they're they're losing market share now based on the market and an effectively put up a metal palm out of business before that had been had been up I'm up and coming back example folks in it but create jobs apple books showcases the potential for the truck the the thing is though to pass up a must hands the under market value bottles Steve Jobs a charismatic approach to bring out products pretty closely with the one exception he doesn't really believe in and marketing and the and the and you can do a lot with Chris bye but you do have to back it up with marketing to get to get to that you got to get to a general audience at a mosque at least to date have done a lot of that thought and that in that area and so you know taking it picks up for formula but leading out of certain compiled one component Bob and doesn't lead to the success you want miss rob rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group thirty minutes after the hour on this weekend coming up next the growing metro area that once a year round school Hey everyone yeah let's all stop what we're doing right now and take a month that felt good just like that we had a nice special sort of moment together of course they don't all need to be quiet moments to be special they could be loud moments goofy moments sporty moments door key moments moments where we talk walk just hang is really matter they all count because every time dad's like us take a moment like that.

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Google And Amazon Have a Lead on Apple In The Smart Speaker Arena

Charlie Parker

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Google And Amazon Have a Lead on Apple In The Smart Speaker Arena

"Pretty amazing what smart speakers can do that dining room lights off okay Google set the entryway temperature to seventy five degrees sure Syria will do it you can connect smart devices like like stocks and thermostats and the whole map but apple might have some catching up to do in the race for smart home domination it's put out the help wanted sign for engineers to revamp its homekit platform tech analyst rob Enderle with the Enderle group says Amazon and Google have a head start because they're more open to third party vendors much of the ecosystem is owned by other people which means apple's more proprietary stance could put it at a disadvantage apple skills regard to what to working with other companies on solutions are probably the worst of the three firms consumer intelligence research partners says apples home pod speaker has just

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Snap stock bounces on record revenue, lower losses

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Snap stock bounces on record revenue, lower losses

"Its losses considerably. And apparently the social media firm wrote a boom in online advertising that instinct closer to profitability snap shares jumped immediately following the company's report late Tuesday, it said revenue rose thirty six percent to three hundred eighty nine point eight million dollars in the fourth quarter. What does it all mean as the Snapchat parent goes up against behemoths like alphabet and Facebook for a larger piece of that online advertising by let's dig in joining us again as he is our earn exert rob Enderle of the Enderle group always available to talk earnings indepence at any time. And I'm grateful. I rob throbbing me. So I'm guessing that this online ad machine. That keeps these social media machines running along is still working is that really what came through for snap. Yeah. Certainly a revenue spike. So the they're so certainly. Still in the in the red overall. But it was a nice increase in in in overall revenue and certainly makes it look like even if they're not out of the tunnel. At least they can see the light. And it's not a train. Can we say the same for users are people still using Snapchat user growth intact? Those wacky are filters are still in use of assuming. Yeah. Well, they are. So but user growth is at least it looks to be solid. They they don't seem to be on death watch anymore. The the so it it was a good quarter for them. But if you look at cross the segment pretty much everybody that made money off of ads, Facebook and Google come to mind on the revenue side. We're pretty much raucous all Google issues with regard to spending, but that had nothing to do with revenue engine which continues to be the goose that lays the golden egg. So the so it's so advertisers continue to spend spend pretty heavily with social networks. Speaking the rivals. You know, you mentioned Google and Facebook are there concerns about how you know, Instagram and all these other players. Out. There are starting to become a competitive force in how snap is ready to sort of combat against that. Well, that's that's kinda were a lot of us are concerned about snap because I Instagram, and and and the others have rather substantial financial backing and snap for the most part on the stands alone. So the so the so there was a concern that they would get that they would get overwhelmed, and the m it certainly doesn't appear to be the case this quarter. So overall looking pretty good snap is certainly had some management issues. There have been some executive departures as of late anything from management that is reassuring in terms of, you know, can we expect some stability? Let's call it. And how important will that be going forward? It all starts at the top. As they say. I think having some form of stability and executive ranks will always be helpful for any company at the end of the day. Snaps probably gonna need need to diversify in though that that they're gonna get gobbled up by somebody is pretty low. They probably need to diverse. Fai out. So as the market, waxes and wanes for social they've got something to fall back on something that that would be what I would be looking for as well as the, you know, keeping those executive offices staffed with the same person for over year stable for now, we'll leave it at that. Rob enderle? Thank you

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Netflix Earnings: A Mixed Bag as Competition Heats Up

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:22 min | 2 years ago

Netflix Earnings: A Mixed Bag as Competition Heats Up

"This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York and checking in on Netflix again this week after raising subscription prices net. Flicks had earnings to report on its to do list. And while it continued to expand its customer base at a rapid clip in the fourth quarter. Thanks to a swarm of new customers. Overseas could revenue miss and increase spending mean slower growth down the road. That's after these tech headlines. Facebook has removed pages and accounts linked to what it said were to Russian based misinformation campaigns the latest step to prevent misuse on its service, the company removed about five hundred pages and accounts on both Facebook and Instagram photo service, one of them operated in Ukraine with people behind the accounts representing themselves as Ukrainian and sharing. Local news stories the other campaign operated in central Asia as well a central and eastern Europe post represented as coming from independent news or general interest pages or about various topics, including anti-nato sentiment. Facebook said the pages and accounts in this campaign were linked to employees of Sputnik. A Moscow-based news agency Facebook said acted on the Ukrainian operation in particular after an initial tip from US law enforcement. Driverless cars tap, the breaks after years of hype the journals, Tim Higgins reports from this week's Detroit auto show that there is a lot of straight talk about vehicle safety, and let's call them scaled back expectations. Replacing last year's boastful claims a fully driverless cars, flooding cities, follow more of Tim Higgins, coverage of the Detroit auto show at wsJcom or the WSJ app. Johnson and Johnson said it has joined with apple on a research study. The goal is to test. The apple watches ability to help detect early irregular heart conditions before something life threatening happens Janssen, pharmaceuticals, which is part of Johnson and Johnson's family of research and development companies will work on the study the company will use its J J developed heart health monitoring app on the latest apple watch series. The apple help detect the irregular heart rhythm of people living with H Ryol for relation type of rid Mia that often goes unnoticed and can make them more prone to strokes. The study is the latest attempt to tap into the ability of the mobile device and test its ability to help monitor and improve health case in point apple has allowed medical researchers and developers to use its research kit and care kit platforms to create apps to start run and track. Their own clinical trials using apple watch tech coming up net. Flicks reported a jump and paid subscribers in the fourth quarter. But can keep attracting the binge-watching masses and for how long. Netflix added eight point eight million paid subscribers in its twenty eighteen final period that's up thirty four percent from year ago and exceeds both it's an analysts expectations by more than one million revenue grew twenty seven percent to four point nineteen billion dollars missing expectations over the company forecasts revenue growth of twenty one percent for the first quarter a pace that most media companies would relish, but below what is normal for Netflix. Let's get more. Joining us now on the line from Oregon is rob Enderle of the Enderle group, rob a low so a mixed bag. I guess is what we're supposed to call it, obviously, this comes just as we get big news of a price increase for our subscriptions. We definitely have been talking about net. Flicks this week. So I have to ask what's your impression about how what this does for momentum? What this does for any kind of sentiment in place among our investor friends right about now. Most certainly a lot of doubt. You don't wanna see a lot of difficulty with regard to any companies performance, and and certainly this would create that kind of a difficulty. So overall, I think they remained strong, but the, but this is about. So one of the one of the success stories here was user growth, mostly happened outside of the United States, though. That's actually something that we've talked about before. So do the international markets continue to command net. Flicks focus as of right now, our international prospects. Looking film was pretty good of remember you. We have such a thing your call saturation. And to a large extent one of the reasons while we're saying the growth outside of the United States to in it is that they're fairly well Thatcherite it in the United States for the most part people that wanted to use the service are using it of here. So that means they're growth potentials overseas, unless they can find a way to breakthrough that threshold and get people that currently are interested in the service describing it does seem like that. If there is something to be concerned about if you have any stake in Netflix is the tons didn't new forms of competition that keep popping up everywhere. We're shooting they are living in a streaming world. So what is Netflix sorting out? So it can better contend with everyone else. That's streaming out there. Well, the issue really I think for the most part growth and. And and overall power is Disney. Disney represents the biggest threat then that like in the segment their service has with it. Disney content, and that Disney content with regard to kids is unmatched in terms of how valuable it is. And how often it gets watch the same thing over and over again. So losing Disney and having Disney going going up on their own. I think represents the biggest problem they're going to have near term and business. Disney channel probably has the highest probability being very successful of all the challengers as such spending. It's got hold onto subscribers. It's got to make more money. It's got to keep up with all this competition. Certainly sounds like a time. When money is going to be spent if any think they're going to have to spend more the the municipal this is all out competition for dominance. And of course, if Disney's able the win in effect, they could absorb the content that that not like that up. So the end result is that this is really kind of fight to the death between both properties both. Our well-funded. Netflix stablishment his knee attempting to Disney park has the stronger brand. So the so this is this is going to be one of the ages say this guy's rob Enderle. Thanks as always that's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does thanks for listening.

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Apple Reports Record Results but Weak Revenue Outlook

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:42 min | 2 years ago

Apple Reports Record Results but Weak Revenue Outlook

"This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York, and it has been a world. One of tech earnings this week apple reported Thursday beating Wall Street expectations that the good news yet. Shares of apple fell more than seven percent falling below its historic one trillion dollar market cap following the release the latest and the long and short term impact of a long week for big tech. That's after these tech headlines. Google employees stage a global walkout over the treatment of sexual harassment the walkout which began in Asia and spread to Google's offices worldwide was organized through a published letter demanding that the company changed its policies to make it safer for women to report instances of sexual harassment photos of the walkout flooded, social media as Google employees filled the streets outside of offices from him by to Dublin Wall Street Journal. Reporter Douglas MacMillan covers the very latest at wsJcom or the WSJ AB. As Facebook users shift to stories, it looks like advertisers are looking to follow growth and Facebook's ad cells will slow at least temporarily that's according to CEO, Mark Zuckerberg this week. So as advertisers trail users and moving to the network newer format of stories Burke said he is confident that Facebook can right out the transition and the journal says for some clients stories ads are driving more engagement, such as wiping up to learn more about a product, however of note, it is the feed that still offers the chance to read more people. A group of tesla shareholders, including several US state investment officials called on the electric makers board to make sweeping changes to its governance. The goal to enhance oversight of CEO Elon Musk in a letter sent this week to three tesla directors shareholder said Tesla's board should create a plan to refresh its membership and to set timelines for some directors to leave among other demands. A tesla spokesman declined to comment on Thursdays letter. The investors also called for the board to improve diversity coming up a long week of big tech earnings has apple in the hot seat would a new strategy may have done to boost sales. And the further implications for big tech after we clock in another blockbuster week of earnings. So getting right to the details. Apple reported earnings Thursday. Here's how it did came in at two dollars and ninety one cents per share revenue. Sixty two point nine billion dollars iphone sales clocking in at forty six point eight nine million. What does it all mean? That's what rob Enderle is four. He joins us on the line from Oregon, rob Enderle of the Enderle group, welcome. So I if you know we've all been talking about this new strategy of boosting prices to offset slowing sales big selling price for the apple iphone during the key September quarter had a lot of people popping their eyeballs for a little bit there. What can we now say about, you know, apple strategy? Well, that's what it was is the iphone sales was flat over year, beer and terms of volume of, but it's up substantially in terms of revenue. Those all due to price increases, I one of the advantages and problems with guard to a lock in strategy, which strategy apple uses other words customers really can. And move is that the way to crease revenue simply to increase prices and that way you can increase revenue quarter over quarter year over year? I without really suffering too much by the fact that unit of no unit growth you've just locked in your customers. They can't move now realized that was something that IBM bid up through the end of the eighties. And that's about when the company collapsed because at some point customer say, hey, I'm not an anymore, and then you run into trouble. But but for now strategies working for apple and their gains were largely just due to the fact, they increased prices. Yeah. It's all about strategy this round, it seems and it's hard to look beyond the iphone with apple. But let's do that. What else is bringing home Bank for the company's services, always important. But what else is helping matters as of late. Sure services are up 'cause you know unit blame to compare it to it's hard to tell whether or not being a new customers on services, but I think you can lude give via pods iphones flat. And I've had were down six percent that they must have increased services of costs as well. So the prices as well because the service revenue came up and probably increased in number of. Ervices people are are are Quiring. So what apple doing across the ecosystem? Is there minding their customers? Much more heavily same customers. But each customers paying more money thus out profit increases. Right. And this just comes after a very very busy week for tech earnings. We've apple Samsung Facebook, huge week tech earnings are always a sector. That's volatile. That's exciting. Where are we in? This current wave of tech. If this latest batch of earnings is an indication overall other other the volume numbers and a top line issues with Facebook, though, do realize social media, we were talking Twitter and Facebook issue, they're having the elimination of fake account, which is which is is causing a problem from not overall weakness. The fact that we've been counting people, but didn't exist for some time in the markets correcting for that rate. So the tech is still looking pretty good across across the board the market nervousness really had a lot more to do with what's going on with care. I think than anything else. Concern surrounding what's going on between China and the US? But the probably the overall overarching problem issue that dynamic I hear the ear at the moment. And and it really much overriding almost everything we'll see where that goes as well always always a lot to digest, rob. Thank you very much for helping us out by pleasure. And that is tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boosters. Thanks for listening.

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Can Netflix Avoid Another Earnings Miss?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:40 min | 2 years ago

Can Netflix Avoid Another Earnings Miss?

"We deliver tickets t shirts and everything. You need to what you really get the so much more FedEx delivery, passion, what we deliver by delivering. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York on Tuesday when net flicks reports. Third quarter earnings, these streaming company will get to prove to investors that its earnings miss last quarter was just a passing blip and not a sign of a more serious slowdown. We'll check in with the experts, but I, the tech headlines. We have more details to report on Facebook's largest ever security breach. We now learn from Facebook that thirty million users had their access token stolen as opposed to the original estimate of fifty million. The not so good news is that of the thirty million involved. Fourteen million had their names and contact details, including phone numbers and Email addresses accessed along with such data as their gender and relationship status as well as the last ten places they checked into and fifteen. Most recent searches stay up to date with the latest details on the story. The journals. Kirsten grind covers it at wsj.com. Currently in China, there is a dot com deja-vu happening for the first time. Chinese start ups are getting more money than their US counterparts that seventy one billion versus seventy billion so far this year that pace with investment volume eighteen times what it was five years ago hasn't been seen since the two thousand tech stock bubble. But as with all good things, there may be already signs of a shakeout. The journals Fredge devora has more on the latest tech economics at wsj.com or on the w stay up. And now look at these SoftBank affect on tech IPO's since its launch. Last year, soft bank's tech focused vision fund has pretty much shaken up the venture capital industry pouring hundreds of millions of dollars if not billions into startups. And the journal's Eliot Brown says that Silicon Valley investors are now saying that SoftBank is the new IPO while others have dubbed a SoftBank investment. The Masa peo- named after SoftBank, founder and CEO Masayoshi sun coming up net flicks reports, results, Tuesday, Kennedy, void another earnings, miss and Kennedy. Ford one. In July net, flicks reported five point five million new subscribers for its second quarter, a drop that caused shares to tumble reaching a low of three hundred seventeen dollars in August will Tuesday's third quarter report mean a different story. Let's get right into it. Back with us is rob Enderle of the Enderle group. He joins us from Oregon to talk the state of streaming giants. Money, welcome back. Rob, thriving me so word on the street is that analysts are giving net flicks the benefit of the doubt this go around because of last month's miss. There's a sense of cautiously optimism, but what exactly is projected patient is that Netflix is gonna do very well. This quarter issue courses that last quarter they missed on subscriber numbers. And since then the stock has been a little bit uneven and folks have been just a little concerned about what's going on. That's companies facing a lot of competition. Disney, Amazon are the two biggies that. That that they're looking at Disney's probably the most concerning because they're gonna pull most of their titles from net flicks and have them on their own service. The the in terms of surveys, as we got to the end of the end of the day, looks like most folks were buying those. Those buying in those holding almost balanced. The sellers were were about where the minority, which suggests that everybody's pretty excited about these financial expecting the net flicks tub to meet or beat on this cycle and not have another miss with regard to subscribers this time around. Increasing competition out there and how much of an impact is that becoming just sustainability in the face of all of this rising competition wilder still the company to beat. I mean at Disney really hasn't fully entered the market yet. They're they're a building threat and Amazon and Amazon prime. You get it kind of free when you get there shipping deal so that. So they kind of come in from the side but haven't appeared to hurt that flicks of that much the credit for the loss a last quarter. Most of the fact that that fix where you didn't have that much in terms of new titles going on last last quarter to draw people in. And so the. So that's where the the lack of growth has been credited, but we'll see the, they've got some news new shows coming out this quarter. They're making some adjustments with word of the programming. Some of the ones that are under under under performing a like iron fist have been cancelled. So overall, the. Properties looking pretty good that the as I say, the difficulty I think is the where the most concern is regarded Disney Disney's the powerhouse and the combination of facing Disney as a competitor plus losing Disney titles if likely very painful when it happens, has a history of blips and tumbles followed by, you know, return to business as usual. You know, those bounces have seen the bar getting higher and higher though perhaps that's where we're at. So what do you think is next on Netflix to do list in terms of making sure they stay ahead of the game to continue to bring out new new and compelling content. They they almost owned the last picture award show so that so the MA seem to be a an awful lot of the of the awards going forward, motion your company. They're sending out against the traditional cable companies in terms of awards and and recognition for their their custom shows. And that's what they've gotta do. They have to continue to bring people into the platform, have unique content that ties people to it. So they both retain their existing customer base and then they grow it over time as people cut the cord and move away from the from the traditional networks. So that's what they gotta do. Their basically competition with the networks networks are falling off. Netflix is one of several streaming companies picking up and right Amit continued to be the company to beat segment. But Disney Disney remains a major threat because boy, nobody. Nobody runs against Disney for long. We will leave it on that note rob Enderle. Thank you so much. Pleasure. Check back next podcast to see how it all shakes down. That's it for this edition of tech news, briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Business done, watch for tenants at traditional shopping malls continue to diversify more from tech analyst rob Enderle about the massive shift taking place in the. National retail landscape rob set this up Well Amazon folks buying behavior. Change a lot of balls were anchored by large department, stores but department stores are The way of the dodo bird and the end the end result is those malls that were based around those departments are also those department stores that your traffic and so they're, going to an evolution evolution is, which over to other ways to bring, traffic into the in the mall, whether that be exercised entertainment food people still do out for food though. Tried to change that the. The the reality is we're saying much more in the, way about team centers A smaller centers that have different kinds of bankers And I'm move away from those structure, still were based around a Sears or up Kenny Yeah. Sports play, related facilities as as one person said, stuff you can't do online I guess I mean people people still go to the gym Sports facilities and and and. Play games certainly there's a big, upswing in terms in the cage of the are done well until really too expensive to do in the home and so the, better be arcade like, the the Disney effort have been starting to pick, up and drawing people to, those centers. Places where, you can go race go karts and No small vehicles and stuff like that also can. Be, addressed but you wanted to do is build a shopping center around something that people will go to participate in and then while. They're there they will participate and, go to the under stores and other facilities shopping's the department store anchor is is pretty much gone because Amazon picking them out, one by one Speaking with tech analyst rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group. And we're talking about the, changing the ever changing I should say mall landscape what was the point somebody made an historic I was reading about the sustainable community with regards to the changing malls So general community if you get something in there that is consistently called people to go to the location. That's what you want and she. Got a community of people that go? And watch sports together or what's legal gamble together or play cards or bingo or whatever it is they do as a group that tend to be, very sustainable community aspect that keeps. It going it's very, hard to displace that did you start doing something, at home you lose the community and do that. Stuff as much to do, it with other people they do to do. The sports people get together and race go karts in a regular basis You could have a game at home or not you're doing there and you're, drinking beer maybe grab dinner outdoors That's something to keep doing as long as you can can do it let you move much more. Sustainable, much harder Amazon to disrupt that because you're doing. It as a group and you don't. Want to group yeah Our. Mall operators and owners losing their leverage here, in this current marketplace's they forced, to take maybe a stores or other facilities that they might not ordinarily take with a lower profit margin. Perhaps Well I actually think it's it's the other way around the where am I used to I used to run a shopping center Michelle and been involved with that early parts of my career. And it used to be that anchor stores control the shopping center and the and the management can added do whatever the. The big anchors wanted you to do with in a very low rates I didn't really pay and, they got, that way because they carried the shopping center without. Falling off the shopping, center management now she has more control or how they bring into it depending on how they use that. Control of course to make a make or break your shopping center but the the decks you have. More control because the big anchors just don't have the leverage that, they once had, to control, the, result is rob rob Enderle principal and founder of the technology advisory firm called the Enderle group it's twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning America's first. News If this were, just any door Just any. Ignition connected to just any transmission Any vehicle Perhaps it would be okay to buy from, just anyone but this.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Not to happy tech expert rob Enderle is here. To talk about tech company, culture rob, how does the culture at certain, Silicon Valley, companies affect their, neighbors a lot of these companies really wants you to stay in the company not go, anyplace they, want you working all the time and and kind of playing. And eating together he's one, of the reasons they put in cafeteria some of them like oracle, for instance has they have things, like cleaners childcare bakeries you name it you can pretty much get it done without ever leaving the the campus for. The problem of course for local Vendors is you're buying stuff in the company and you're not buying stuff at the local restaurants or or vendors and given the cities are. Giving these firm subsidies to go into their area. I think they've found early, state believe, that taking business away from local, businesses counterproductive, when they have, daycare and some of the services inside the campus does that not create jobs for the. People of, the town It does I mean, the reality is is is the people that work inside the company regardless of what they're doing, are clearly are often citizens though I should point out and a lot of places where these folks are building housing prices are so high that, the folks that are working as waiters or service personnel can't afford to live in the city case we just why a lot of people pointed out the baby the city should be focused on providing affordable housing rather because that's much much harder to do but. We much better for the city as opposed to restricting the firms from having food on campus it just by doing the on campus thing there's very low risk to the to the government and it looks good Will there be pushback of, the company's not being allowed then to have free food at their offices Well it's gonna make the city's less attractive The difficulty is is these campus lies campuses house thousands. Upon thousands of people and getting. Them on and off campus can be problematic they've gotta do that twice, a day when the from opens and closes but doing. It, again at lunch really does become problematic Meetings in the, cafeteria as well and so denies them that access to data. Going to have to. Go off campus for some of the the. Lunch meetings where they weren't otherwise and of. Course we've seen problems where folks. Have done off campus, about inappropriate places like strip clubs which. Companies were trying to, restrict politically in this me world so the so the so this is this is going against traffic, it's going against some of. The bad behavior these firms are trying, to correct so all in all I think this is probably very shortsighted. The reality is is is. That what is going to force comes companies to going towards more of an our college model which means. People live work he go, to school. On the campus and then they take the. Entire campus and, they put it someplace else that's that's been the trend the lot of us were. Expecting to kick off and this. Kind of behavior will likely promote that Trump we're speaking with tech expert, rob Enderle you touched on it earlier at the house Housing issue that is a huge one. Know there was a struggle, around Amazon. In Seattle a housing is just so expensive Is there anything that. The companies can do about that Well the big move to in our college. Model which means they built housing right on the campus a lot of a lot of us thought that's what apple should've done when they did the the flying saucer campus in, in Mountain View because housing was just. So incredibly expensive and traffic was already so. Incredibly bad you couldn't get to and from the, building and I know when they were building that building even then you couldn't actually. Get to the building and the traffic was so bad so, the so the now. That this to populate that building, it's gotta be Aranda so the so the so yeah it's really thinking through that the traffic, and the living conditions is the is the bigger issue but it's a far harder issue to address because that means, you're asking people to build housing for lower income, families which is not as lucrative particularly, when you've got you know people a ton of money willing. To pay, pretty much. Anything for shock in those areas tech experts rob Enderle. It's twenty one minutes before.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Not to happy tech expert rob Enderle is here. To talk about tech company, culture rob, how does the culture at certain, Silicon Valley companies, affect their neighbors, a lot of these companies really wants you to stay in the company not. Go anyplace they want you, working all the time and and kind of playing and eating, together he's one of the, reasons they put in cafeteria some of them like oracle for instance, has they have things like cleaners, a child-care bakeries you name it you can pretty much get it done without ever leaving the the oracle campus but. The problem of course for local Vendors is you're buying stuff in the company and you're not buying stuff at the local restaurants or or vendors and given the cities are giving. These firms subsidies to go into their area I. Think they've found or at, least they, believe that taking business away from, local businesses is, counterproductive when they, have daycare and some of the services inside the campus does that not create. Jobs for the, people of, the town It does. I mean the reality is is is the people that work inside the company regardless of what, they're doing are clearly are often citizens though I should point out and a lot of places where. These folks are building housing prices are so high, that the folks that are working as waiters or service personnel can't afford to live in the city any case we just want a lot of people pointed out the baby the city should be focused on providing affordable housing rather because that's much much harder to. Do but be much better for the city as opposed to restricting the firms from having food on campus it just by doing the food on campus thing there's very low risk to the to the government and it looks good Will there be pushback. Of companies not being allowed then to have free food at their offices Well it's gonna make the city's less attractive the difficulty is is these campus campuses. House thousands upon thousands of people and getting them on and off the, campus can be problematic they've gotta do that twice a. Day when the from opens and closes but doing it again at lunch really does become problematic Meetings and the cafeteria as well and. So denies them that. Access and now they're going to have to. Go off campus for some of the the. Lunch meetings where they weren't otherwise. And of course you've, seen problems where folks have done off. Campus davonte inappropriate places, like strip clubs which companies were trying to restrict the in this metoo world so the so, the so this is this. Is going against traffic it's going against, some of the bad behavior these firms are trying to correct so all. In all I think this. Is probably very shortsighted the reality is is is that what is going to force comes companies to. Going towards more of our, college model. Which means people live work he go to. School, on the campus and then they take. The entire campus, and they put it someplace else that's that's been the trend a lot of us were expecting to kickoff and this. Kind of behavior will likely promote that Trump we're speaking with tech expert, rob Enderle you touched on it earlier at the house Housing issue that is a huge one. You know there was a, struggle around. Amazon in Seattle housing is just so expensive Is there anything that the. Companies can do about that Well they say they moved on our college. Model which means they built housing right on the campus a lot of a lot of us thought that's what apple should've done when they did the flying, saucer, campus in in because housing was just one credibly expensive and traffic was already so incredibly. Bad that you couldn't get to and from the, building and I know when they were building that building even then you couldn't actually. Get to the building and the traffic was so bad so the, so the now that. This heartening to populate. That building, it's gotta be around so the so the so yeah it's it's really thinking through that the traffic, and the living conditions is the is the bigger issue but it's a far harder issue to address because that means, you're asking people to build housing for lower income, families which is not as lucrative particularly, when you've got you know people a ton of money willing. To pay, pretty much. Anything for shock in those areas tech experts rob Enderle. It's twenty one minutes before the hour.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Happy tech expert rob Enderle is here to. Talk about tech company culture, rob how, does the culture at certain Silicon, Valley tech companies, affect their neighbors, a lot of these companies really wants you to stay in the company not. Going anyplace they want you, working all the time and and kind of playing and eating, together one of the reasons, they put in cafeteria some of them like oracle for instance, has to have things like cleaners, a childcare bakeries you name it you can pretty much get it done without ever leaving the the oracle campus but. The problem of course for local Vendors is you're buying stuff in the company and you're not buying stuff at the local restaurants or or vendors and given the cities are giving these firms. Subsidies to go into their area I think. They've found or at least, they believe, that taking business away from local, businesses is counterproductive, when they have, a daycare and some of the services inside the campus does that not create. Jobs for the, people of, the town It, does I mean the reality is is is the people that work inside the company regardless of, what they're doing are clearly are often citizens though I should point out and a lot of places where these folks are building housing prices are so high that the folks that are working as waiters or service personnel can't afford to live in the city any case we just why a lot of people pointed out the baby the city should be focused on providing affordable housing rather because that's much much harder. To do but be much better for the city as opposed to restricting the firms from having food on campus that just by doing the food on campus thing is very low risk to the to the government and it looks good Will there be pushback of the company's not being allowed then to have free food at their offices Well it's gonna make the city's less attractive the difficulty is is these campus. Campuses house thousands upon thousands of people and getting them on and off the, campus can be problematic they've got, to do that twice a day when the from opens and closes but doing it again at lunch Really does become problematic and, all these firms, do meetings and the cafeteria as well and so denies. Them that access to that are going to have to go off. Campus for some of the the lunch meetings. Where they weren't otherwise and of. Course you've seen problems, where folks have done off campus about. Inappropriate places like strip, clubs which the companies were trying to restrict in this world so the so the so, this is this is going. Against traffic it's going against some of, the bad behavior these firms are trying to correct so all in all. I think this is probably. Very shortsighted the reality is is is that what is gonna force comes companies to going towards more. Of an ecology model which, means people live, work he go to school on the. Campus and then, they take the entire campus and they put it someplace else that's that's been the trend a lot of us were. Expecting to kickoff and this kind of behavior will likely promote that Trump we're, speaking with tech expert rob Enderle You touched on it earlier the housing. Issue that is a huge. One you know there was a struggle around Amazon Seattle housing is just so expensive is there anything. That the companies can do, about that Well They moved on an oncology, model which means they built housing right on the. Campus a lot of a lot of us thought that's apple should have done when they did the the flying saucer campus in in Mountain View because housing incredibly expensive and traffic was already so incredibly bad that you couldn't get to and from the. Building and I know when they were building that, building even then you couldn't actually get to the building and the traffic was so bad so that so the now that this Harding populate that, building it's gotta be a. Random so the so the so, yeah it's it's really thinking through that the traffic and the living conditions is the is the bigger, issue but it's a far harder issue to address because that means you're asking people to build housing for lower income, families which is not as lucrative particularly when you've, got you know people a ton of, money willing to pay pretty much anything for a shack in those. Areas tech, experts rob. Enderle it's twenty one minutes before the hour on this..

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"rob enderle" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WLAC

"Happy tech expert rob Enderle is here to. Talk about tech company culture, rob how, does the culture at certain Silicon, Valley tech companies, affect their neighbors, a lot of these companies really wants you to stay in the company not go anyplace, they want, you working all the time and and kind of playing and eating together one of the. Reasons they put in cafeteria some of them like oracle for, instance has they have things like, cleaners a child-care bakeries you name it you can pretty much get it done without ever leaving the oracle campus for. The problem of course for local Vendors is you're buying stuff in the company and you're not buying stuff at the local restaurants or or vendors and given the cities are giving these firms. Subsidies to go into their area I think. They've found or at least, they believe, that taking business away from local, businesses is counterproductive, when they have, daycare and some of the services inside the campus does that not create jobs for the. People of, the town It does I mean the reality is is is the people that work inside the company regardless of, what they're doing are clearly are often citizens though I should point out and a lot of places. Where these folks are building housing prices are so, high that the folks that are working as waiters or service personnel can't afford to live in the city any case we just want a lot of people pointed out that maybe the city should focus on providing affordable housing rather because that's much much harder to. Do but be much better for the city as opposed to restricting the firms from having food on campus it just by doing the food on campus thing there's very low risk to the to the government and it looks good Will there be pushed back. Of companies not being allowed then to have free food at their offices Well it's going to make the city's less attractive the difficulty is is these campus lies. Campuses house houses upon thousands of people and getting them on and off the, campus can be problematic they've got, to do that twice. A day when the from opens and closes but doing it again at lunch really does become problematic Dude, meetings and the cafeteria as, well and so denies them that access now they're going to have. To go off campus for some of the. The lunch meetings where they weren't. Otherwise, and of course you've seen problems where folks. Have done out, of campus about inappropriate places, like strip clubs which the companies were trying to restrict but in this metoo world so the. So the so this is this is going against traffic it's going against some, of the bad behavior these firms are trying to correct So all, in all I think this is probably very. Shortsighted the reality is is is that what is going. To force comes companies to. Going towards more of an ecology model which means people live work he go to school on, the campus and then they take the entire campus and they put it someplace else that's that's been the the TRAN the lot of us were. Expecting to kick off and discounts behavior will likely promote that Trump's we're speaking with tech expert rob Enderle, you touched on it earlier the housing, issue that is a huge, one I know there was a struggle around Amazon in Seattle housing. Is just so expensive is there anything that. The companies can do about that Well Say they can move to an oncology, model which means they built housing right on the. Campus a lot of a lot of. Stuff that's what apple should have done when they did the the flying saucer campus in in Mountain View because housing was just one, credibly, expensive and traffic was already so incredibly bad that you couldn't get to and from the. Building and I know when they were building that, building even then you couldn't actually get to the building and.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Not to happy tech expert rob Enderle is here. To talk about tech company, culture rob, how does the culture certain Silicon, Valley companies affect, their neighbors a, lot of these companies really wants you to stay in the company not. Going anyplace they want you working all the time and and kind of playing and eating together he's one of the reasons. They put in cafeteria some. Of them like oracle for instance has they have things like cleaners, a child-care bakeries you name, it you can pretty much get it done without ever leaving the Bjorklund campus but the problem of course for local. Vendors is you're buying stuff in Company and you're not buying stuff at the local restaurants or or vendors and given. The cities are giving these firms subsidies to go. Into their area I think, they've found, or at least they believe that, taking business away? From local businesses, is counterproductive when they have a daycare and some of the services inside. The campus does that not, create jobs for the people of the town It does I mean the reality is is is the people that work inside the, company regardless of what they're doing, are clearly citizens though I should point out and a lot of places where these folks are building housing prices are so high that the folks. That are working as waiters or service personnel can't afford to live in the city any case we just want a lot of people pointed out that maybe the city should. Be focused on providing affordable housing rather much much harder to do but be much better for the city as opposed to restricting the firms from having food on campus that just doing the food on campus thing there's very low risk To the to the government. And it looks good Will there be pushback of companies not being allowed then to have free food at their offices Well it's gonna make the city's less attractive The difficulty is is these campus lies campuses house thousands upon thousands of people and getting them. On and off the campus. Can, be problematic they've got to do that Twice a day when the from opens and closes but doing it again at. Lunch really does become problematic Firms do meetings and the cafeteria as well and so denies them that access now. They're going to, have to go off campus for some of the the lunch meetings where they weren't, otherwise and of course you've seen problems, where folks have done up campus. About inappropriate places like strip clubs which the companies were trying to. Restrict but equally in this metoo world so. The so the so this is. This is going against, traffic it's going against some of the. Bad behavior these firms, are trying to correct so all in all I think this is probably very shortsighted the reality is is, is that what is going. To force comes companies to going towards, more of an our college you model which means people live work he go to school on the campus and then they, take the entire campus and they put it someplace else That's that's been the trend. A lot of us were expecting. To kick off and, this kind of behavior will likely promote. That Trump's we're speaking, with tech expert rob Enderle you touched on it earlier at the housing issue that is a? Huge one, you know there was a. Struggle around Amazon in Seattle housing is, just so expensive is there anything that the companies can do about that Well They moved on our college, model which means they built housing right on the. Campus a lot of a lot of. Stuff that's what apple should have done when they did the the flying saucer campus in in because housing was just incredibly, expensive and traffic was already so incredibly bad that you couldn't get to and from the. Building and I know when they were building that, building even then you couldn't actually get to the building and the traffic was so. Bad so the so the now that this Harding to ovulate that, building it's gotta be. Arandas so the so the so, yeah it's it's really thinking through that the traffic and the living conditions is the is the bigger, issue but it's a far harder issue to address because that means you're asking people to build housing for lower income, families which is not as lucrative particularly when you've, got you know people a ton of, money willing to pay pretty much anything for a shack in those. Areas tech, experts rob. Enderle it's twenty one.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WRVA

"Happy tech expert rob Enderle is here to talk about. Tech company culture rob how, does the, culture at certain Silicon Valley tech, affect their neighbors, a lot of, these companies really wants you to stay in the company not going anyplace they. Want you working all the, time and and kind of playing and eating together we just one of the reasons they, put in cafeteria some of them like oracle for instance has. They have things like cleaners, a child-care bakeries you name it you can pretty much get it done without ever leaving the the oracle campus but. The problem of course for local Vendors is you're buying stuff in the company and you're not buying stuff at the local restaurants or or vendors and given the cities. Are giving these firms subsidies to go into their area. I think they've found early, state believe, that taking business away from local, businesses is counterproductive, when they have, a daycare and some of the services inside the campus does that not create. Jobs for the, people of, the town It. Does I mean the reality is is is the people that work inside the, company regardless of what they're doing are, clearly are often citizens though I should point out a lot of places where these folks are building. Housing prices are so high that the folks that are working as waiters or service personnel can't afford to live in the city case we just want a lot of people pointed out the baby the city should be focused on providing affordable housing rather because that's much harder but is it's much harder to. Do but be much better for the city as opposed to restricting the firms from having food on campus it just doing the food on campus thing is very low risk to the to the government and it looks good Will there be pushback of the company's not being allowed then to have free food at their offices Well it's gonna make the city's less attractive I mean the difficulty is is these campus lies. Campuses house thousands upon thousands of people and getting them on and off the, campus can be problematic, they've got to do that twice a day when the from opens and closes but doing it again At, lunch really does, become problematic as, firms do meetings and the cafeteria as well and so denies them. That access and now they're going to have to go off. Campus for some of the the lunch meetings. Where they weren't otherwise and of. Course you've seen problems, where folks have done off campus inbound. Inappropriate places like strip, clubs which the companies were trying to restrict politically in this metoo world so so the so this is, this is going against traffic. It's going against some of the bad, behavior these firms are trying to correct so all in all I think. This is probably very shortsighted. The reality is is is that to do is going to force comes companies to going towards more of an, our college, model, which means people live work he go. To school, on the campus, and then they take the entire campus and they put it someplace else that's that's been the trend a lot of us. Were expecting to kick off and this kind of behavior will like they promote, that Trump's we're speak Working with tech expert rob, Enderle you touched on it earlier at the housing issue that is a. Huge one I know there. Was a struggle around Amazon in Seattle housing is just so expensive is there anything that the companies can do. About that Well They moved to an oncology, model which means they built housing right on the. Campus a lot of a lot of us thought that's what apple should have done when they did the the flying saucer campus in in Mountain View because housing was just so incredibly, expensive and traffic was already so incredibly. Bad you couldn't get to and from the. Building and I know when they were building that, building even then you couldn't actually get to the building and the traffic was so. Bad so the so the now that this heartening to populate that, building it's gotta be. Aranda so the so the so, yeah it's it's really thinking through that the traffic and the living conditions is the is the bigger, issue but it's a far harder issue to address because that means you're asking people to build housing for lower income, families which is not as lucrative particularly when you've got people with a ton of, money willing to pay pretty much anything for shock in those. Areas tech, experts rob. Enderle it's twenty one.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"That's your look back at, this week in history things like. Efficiency and accountability tech analyst rob Enderle founder of the Enderle group has written about it rob what did you look at Well to look at the Microsoft teams watch and, what the product does is it creates notes about meetings that you're holding a basic it's an. Organizational tool but takes notes coordinate the meetings Claudette resources but I was also thinking that once you've got something that takes notes you bet into an AI and the I could make. Determinations with the performance of individuals in the meeting in other words who's helping hurting storing their body. In front of it the effort who's contributing and doing Email, and. Then report back to management, and management can determine what employs were doing their job which ones are just, kind of along and and and what wondering words, their bodies videos making sure the job didn't, get done. Which can be really handy to fix it this. Dysfunctional organization well wait a, minute almost, dysfunctional organization, has government what have we had that same kind, of. Information into an AI boulevard To politicians and we each got report add this is how often they tell the truth is how often, they lied and so often they say they're gonna, do something and, actually, do it as, often maybe except that we liked is, off often we'll do stuff that we don't. Like we factor. That, into how we, voted so Microsoft teams the. Service it actually transcribes notes and then sends them out to the participants Transcribes notes about. The participants at, if you, were tied at two a which is the big thing right now Intelligence intelligence could make, determinations about the quality of what had captured and then you could use that to make determinations about the employees but that same kind of information could help you determine whether you're politician was doing their job or whether they weren't even smart enough to tie those notes to a video that, may have been done to the meeting Yeah that's exactly right because you're taking a video live, the notes and the and the and the video are tied together so you can jump to the part of the video what a particular event was happening so if you were to plug this into say c. span Watch, c. span although. On your brains of about ears but the but you could then go to the park you were. Interested in and see what Europe put the politician blamed for said and then you could. See I could determine based on public information, what, the poll Makes you did and the end result would. Be a kind of a? A, grading score the people you vote for we're. Speaking with rob Enderle he's founder of the Enderle group, tech advisory firm, and he's written, a piece entitled, could tech, collaboration tool. Fix dysfunctional governments and, he's looking at a product called Microsoft teams what about privacy issues, here well I'm telling you you pulling from public information so up off of c. span stuff off the web using the tool analyze existing material and it's transcribed public opinion. Public, appearances I, mentioned c. span but anytime the politicians in front of an audience, and publicly speaking you could transcribe that throw. That in b. a.. I give you. A score in, talking about going into their home and, monitoring those folks and clearly at your immediate use again, a meeting you would agree to the fact that it's capturing everything you're doing, but remember a lot of folks record meetings so that's something else, it's not uncommon Just the, transcription and analysis it'd be thanks rob rob Enderle founder of the, Enderle group reminder by the way that we can connect on social media you can friend us on Facebook you can follow us on Twitter with the username at this morning. Show, you can, follow me directly on Twitter as well with the username at Gordon, Deal twelve minutes now in front of the. Hour on.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for spending. Friday with us is it time for dysfunctional governments to implement artificial intelligence to help with things like? Efficiency and? Accountability tech, analyst rob Enderle founder of the Enderle group has, written. About it rob what did you look at Well to look at the Microsoft, teams watch and what the product does is it creates notes about meetings that you're holding it's an organizational tool but takes. Notes you to, coordinate the meetings or resources but I was also thinking that once you got something that takes, notes you bet into an AI and the I could make determinations with the word of, the performance of individuals in the meeting in other words who's helping hurting throwing their body in front, of the effort who's not contributing and, doing Email and then report back to management. And management can, determine what. Employs, were doing their. Job which ones are just. Kind of a long and and what words throwing their bodies independent of. Videos making sure the job didn't. Get done which would be really handy to fix it this is fun small organization well wait a? Minute most, dysfunctional organization, has government what have we had that same kind, of. Information into an AI regard To politicians and each report on the truth, is how often they lied sell off often they say they're going to do something and actually do, it as often maybe that we'd like, to sell off the movie do stuff that. We don't like, and we. Factor, that into how. Voted so Microsoft teams the. Service it actually transcribes notes and then send them out to the participants Transcribes notes and things about the participants and if, you were, to tie that to a which is the big thing right now Sean And European intelligence could make determinations about the quality of what had. Captured and then you could use that to make determinations about the, employees but that same kind of information could help you determine whether you're politician was doing their job or whether they weren't even smart enough to tie those notes to a video that may have been done to the meeting Yeah that's exactly why because you're taking, your live in notes and the and the and the video are tied together you can jump to the part of the video when a particular event was happening if you were to plug this into say c. span And watch c. span all. New on your brain ears but the but you could then go. To the park you were interested in and see. What Europe put the politician you blame for said, and then you could see I could determine based on public information, what politicians, actually did and the end result would be a. Kind of a grading score? The, people you built for. Speaking with rob Enderle he's. Founder of the Enderle group tech advisory firm and he's, written a piece, entitled could a tech collaboration tool fix, dysfunctional governments and he's. Looking, at a product, called Microsoft teams what about privacy issues here well I'm taking your point you're calling from public. Information so stop off of c. span stuff off the web using the tool analyze. Existing material and that it's transcribed public, opinion, public appearances I mentioned c. span but anytime the politicians in front, of an audience and publicly speaking you could transcribe that throw that in, d. a I give you a score the end so. I tell you about going into their home and monitoring those folks and clearly if, you're on a medium using a meeting you would agree to the fact that it's capturing, everything you're doing remember a lot of folks record meetings so that's. Something else it's not uncommon disa- transcription and analysis. That would be thanks rob rob Enderle founder of, the Enderle group reminder by the way that we can connect on, social media, you can friend us on Facebook you can follow. Us on Twitter with the? Username, at this morning show. You can follow me directly. On Twitter as well with the username at Gordon Deal, twelve minutes now in front of the hour on This, Morning America's, first news Data what are you doing. Cramming for college.

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CEO Loss Forces Intel to Face Its Future

News, Traffic and Weather

01:06 min | 2 years ago

CEO Loss Forces Intel to Face Its Future

"Onto money watch from the kcbs super micro intel money desk here's jason brooks intel ceo brian chris is out of a job after he violated the chipmaker's non fraternisation policy the santa clara firm says it was recently informed that presented had a past consensual relationship with an intel employees but that internal and external investigations determined violated the policy which applies to intel's managers tech analyst rob enderle says christina has been under fire for several reasons unusually cruel with regard to terminating high profile longterm intel employees and yeltsin took a huge raise at the same time he laid off as an intelligent plays christina also caused a firestorm and he sold off a large chunk of his shares in the company last year after the company learned of major security flaws in its chips chief financial officer bob swan will serve as the interim ceo intel shares dropped over two percent on that news overall a bad day for the market dow dropping a hundred ninety six point to twenty four thousand four hundred sixty one nasdaq down sixty eight points to.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WLAC

"That the app is violating the app store review guidelines more from tech analyst rob enderle rob what's happening here well apple's become very concerned about microsoft is on a on a a rant on this as well with regard to privacy and they believe that privacy is an absolute right for folks and so they're doing on the side of of of good any app that captures year information mostly your location information in the and without your permission and likely cells with a third party those apps are being pulled right now so you've got that like that you probably that like that you probably don't have one today because it's been pulled from the store while are do they get some sort of warning to to to fix it or like how does that work basically has no warning it's a big at a note that says they're up it's been pulled and they they're welcome to resubmit it when they fix the app so appleton promising to do this for some time but they just they just flip the switch and decided decks acute so i think the developers had a lot of warming here unfortunately them took apple seriously and those folks are now wondering what revenue meant went today all right so what kind of trends could this start well both microsoft map alerts are kind of rabbit on this other so the idea that that kind of thing that happened over with facebook it often happens with google will simply just not happen with them and that's a at one of the ways the firms are differentiating from the yet based firms and also one of the ways these firms are are standing up for the rights of their user so for the most part i think it's a good thing.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The extreme and to say he doesn't make his teammates better all he doesn't make you live better now when you like those a 10yard slanting lady years make his teammates better that's a dump point tommy in brooklyn dhabi thanks for taking my call i ever and you know first call you completely turn this into a and taylor verse obgyn argument you know the fact of the some of these fans are tired and the one of the other calls hit it right on the head every it's always something and and and never ends and yeah talent can get do so far in life but it's actually more frustrating to the fan when you have a player with the type of talent that odell has that is constantly in trouble you know that i'll let me in he did it it's always something the guy brad rattled rob enderle watches dumb things in bed objects dumb just something and one thing i will say you know i i would take julio jones's over odell beckham any any day of the week he has better hands he played through injuries he makes the team better he lived up to the hype he's a leader yeah he's not gonna take that slant you know seventy five yards into the end zone he doesn't have that sort of speed but i will take julio joy any day of the league i mean it's not like you're reading aldoory antonio round you know yet antonio brown for beckham right and when odell beckham jr is on the field like you saw two years ago he's a tremendous football toilet rushing and you say he's always in trouble what trouble we talking about was i'd like i said it's not trouble actually use these guys in trouble as i said it's it's wall like dumb things and bad optics is what it is sure i mean i think that the the urinating like a dog thing yet loop it very stoop but the idea that you want to treat a guy like that because of all of this stuff i don't think it's worth it taken what back looked at i look i tell me they would ever get it up or pick them i would be surprised there had brendan in brooklyn brandon hour.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"I want to know where they are lubar is making me move to settle their rape victims lawsuit now this is the one in india right yes was the big issue on this case because this one the this was actually one of the things that guy travis kalanick entropy of the big issue on this case was that apparently uber executives ended up getting her medical records in a cloud has not yet not not through asking her for them but pretty much going through back channels and illegally obtaining them and that's no no no you can't do that on it was if you don't remember an uber driver in india who they didn't i i think the allegation was they didn't screens improper yeah they they did rob enderle screen him uh man and half rate this this passenger and then over over against executives effectively stole her medical files and then also said that her claim was an attempt to sabotage buber that was orchestrated by their indian competitor wake yeah your settle the case it's just it's just awful and then we knew it we reported i think it was last month visit december naya the it was either last month for october that hoover was getting thrown out of london and their license was revoked and to operate their business in london because of employment law now they have to wait we learned last night they have to wait until april of 2018 in order to appeal the loss of that licence yeah the appeals going to be held in april and what that means is that labour can continue to operate in london wall this is while this appeal is pending at this point where they can still i can still operate while the appeal is pending but of effectively their operating with they suspended license saab bebe just while they wait for this appeal to be held whenever the how that shakes out because the i think there's more and more of a push globally to.

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Israel, Rugby and Abc discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Israel, Rugby and Abc discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal

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"rob enderle" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WEEI

"You're you're a wildcard content until late in a season i'll take it obel had now here something only for my trout but a team that's in first place and is probably i'm still code rob enderle is probably gonna win the division right why do i need why do i need a great personality for winning team that i i look at i look at san antonio and basketball here have the ever had a great personality they want a lot of poppas like their biggest personnel and here much now it i rate ruutel our view so tim duncan they've just nobly they just one at a ridiculous rate yeah but with that same group that's what i'm saying winning was enough yet the spurs fans look at it in saying that would want you to the right one person now with the red sox had one of the biggest personalities in baseball for a decade and a half yeah now he's gone so you had winning and you had that guy aliens he made with them for a while and those guys left but he was always there share and now he's gone and then you're left with this group which i think it is a little overstated like i think there are exciting players i think there are pretty good personnel the red sox have one of the most exciting players in the american league and he was hurt last night he didn't play but mookie betts is legitimately one of the most exciting young players in the league he might trout i'm not trying to say is slow nobody is but one of her dak last night say he's t things willie mays when he sees we'll keep as low as calm down a little bit aggradi good although he did back it all he did walk back a little bit when he said all right six hundred sixty career home runs he probably not going to do that i think between mookie betts and chris sale and of sales all in one every five days between those two you're already head of the game compared to most teams look at other rosters who who can even bring that to the table let alone maybe he'll really like bogart's or benintendi the rookie like there's a there's enough guys i think that.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Gene really and jim done my god well the and and payne rob enderle gabon the game hey gene with being gone no born you zone in the nba in the game but again then mm.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The world really is really is about usually stay at the lounges virgin atlantic the one they often gatwick is fantastic big hello to the clubhouse managed to holly shorewood at a real big hello to michelle who when i walked than i thought i was the king of england that's how good they treat you they are so big thank you to them and now we get on the show big news is north korea and you made may think it's no big deal and you know what rob enderle probably when all said and done i'm not thick we have a nuclear war but you're dealing with us psycho path a murder ring cycle path in north korea and we'll see how it plays out we are all the way over here we need to get china at whoever else in the region as well as the rest of the world you put enough pressure you know what i'm saying so that's the big story today and we'll see how it plays out on case should do not know they set up a missile that potentially can reach near the us or the us are and potentially they can put a oh nuclear warhead on it and that wouldn't be good and i think this sicko probably doesn't have a problem a drop land he is in the go to the g twenty meetings i believe in poland today i believe he goes to germany that's where the g twenty meetings and there's gonna be some serious talks going on about i would suggest north korea and again we'll sit back as spectators and see how we play out and of course while i'm gone trump put a video out that it was the funniest thing i've seen in history it was an old tape from the wwe i believe he attacked vets mcmahon donald trump did and they just put a sign of cnn over vince mcmahon space and cnn has happened fits i say the cnn i couldn't give a crap what you think you've been corrupt for years and dr it's about time you.

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"rob enderle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"rob enderle" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Does over go from here once a darling in silicon valley the ride sharing company has been beset by a series areas of missteps and now is leaderless joining us now is tech analyst rob enderle rob how did over go so wrong so quickly well if things the case for a lot of companies come up very quickly the theo de very well trained at being at the show and the end result of it can the makeup awful lot of mistakes has become poor i always certainly have seemed tumble from a variety of companies over the years even google to start off about well and had to bring anthem expert help doubt doubt pull them prove it was a particularly problematic it this that lack of experience caused them pounds of problems everything from type for rao mud inside the driver miss treatment massive mistakes look regard to public relations uneven marketing so it they need help can overcome back from this rob well any company can come back from almost anything and co were proper leadership some experience leadership ivic uber can come back i'd they've got to stop dubbed the massive bleeding bell with regard to revenue and profit about the uh the company half to get into the block it it it's way through par in the red to sustain their current operations indefinitely and an turning back part around us is probably the highest priority what are they need to tackle i hear the profitability problem uh being if we get the company ended up in the black very quickly because if you're if you're burnham cash you don't have the time to do anything else after that certainly finding a way to make the diversity of programmes actually work as opposed to the bandaids doled out to be the decade on my agenda responding with tech analyst rob enderle principle and founder of the enderle group the tech advisory firm we're talking about the future of over what affects could these issues have on sale lifter other ride sharing.

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