The New York Stock Exchange sponsored Fortune Magazine’s Brainstorm Tech conference again this year and spoke with the leaders of some of the most exciting companies in attendance. These entrepreneurs and visionaries shared their views on the modern business landscape, and how technology continues to drive change in all industries and for companies of all sizes.
Insights from Today's Technology Leaders
How modern software solutions are making it easier for businesses to manage payroll and benefits processes
Joshua Reeves, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Gusto, on how modern software solutions are making it easier for businesses to manage administrative processes like payroll and benefits for their staff. With those time-consuming tasks taken care of, companies can focus on building their teams and developing their employees.
Why it's an exciting time to be a software developer
Jeff Lawson, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Twilio, explains why and how software has evolved into a central component of business strategy for many companies, and modern development solutions mean that it is readily accessible and delivers increasingly more value.
The importance of proactively addressing cyber threats
Michelle Zatlyn, Co-Founder and Head of User Experience at CloudFlare, gives her thoughts why companies need to proactively address cyber security threats, and how businesses of all sizes no longer have to choose between peak online performance and optimal security.
How companies can use data and analytics to identify, reach and retain high value customers
Darian Shirazi, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Radius, talks about the role of data and analytics in identifying, reaching and retaining high value customers, and how this approach is driving an interesting change in the office of the CMO.
How employers and employees are tackling the talent demand of the modern marketplace
Jake Schwartz, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of General Assembly, shares his perspective on how employers and employees are approaching the talent demand of the modern marketplace, and how both parties can keep their skills pool relevant in a constantly changing business landscape.
How A.I. and machine learning can be used to help companies better serve their customers
Antoine Blondeau, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sentient Technologies, describes how artificial intelligence and machine learning can be used to help companies better serve their customers. New methods of learning are needed, and this can be achieved through the partnership of human and computer.
How modern enterprises can anticipate and address security breaches
Dmitri Alperovitch, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Crowdstrike, talks about the ways in which modern enterprises are addressing security breaches. With the workforce becoming ever more mobile, today’s companies face increasingly complex challenges.
A skills gap has emerged in recent years due the pace of change in technology
Aaron Skonnard, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Pluralsight, addresses a skills gap that has emerged in recent years due to the pace of change in technology. Employers and employees alike have had to revisit their skills portfolios in order to ensure they are up to speed with the demands of the marketplace.
Why companies' development processes should align with organizational goals
Luke Kanies, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Puppet, explains why a company's software development processes need to align with organizational goals, and how optimizing those processes can deliver real, measurable business value.
How social media enables a closer connection between companies and their customers
Tom Butta, Chief Marketing Officer at Sprinklr, shares his thoughts on the age of digital transformation and explains how social media is a central component of the phenomenon. Social media has enabled a closer connection between companies and their customers, and the most successful organizations are working to develop that connection every day.
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