Baidu’s AI Cloud Strategy Is Great. It’s a Flywheel in Industry-Specific Intelligence. (1 of 2) (Tech Strategy – Podcast 197)

Baidu is not just a search engine company. It is also a powerhouse of artificial intelligence and cloud computing. In this podcast, Jeff Towson explains how Baidu leverages its AI capabilities to create industry-specific solutions that generate a flywheel effect of data, intelligence and value.

3 Lessons from Alibaba Cloud’s AI and Big Data Summit (Tech Strategy – Podcast 196)

In this episode of the Tech Strategy Podcast, Jeff Towson shares his insights from attending the Alibaba Cloud AI and Big Data Summit in Hangzhou. He explains how Alibaba is using AI and big data to create smart business platforms, empower digital transformation, and drive social innovation. He also discusses the implications of Alibaba’s tech strategy for its competitors, partners, and customers.

Will Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Win Big in Human Capital and Non-Human Workforces? (Tech Strategy – Podcast 195)

The future of work is not just about humans, but also about non-human workforces such as robots, software, and AI. How can ADP, a company that has been serving human capital for decades, adapt and thrive in this new era? In this podcast, Jeff Towson discusses ADP’s strengths, challenges, and opportunities in the changing landscape of work.

Why TikTok Shop is a Big Problem for Etsy (Tech Strategy – Podcast 194)

TikTok Shop is a new feature that allows users to buy and sell products directly on the app. It is a major challenge for Etsy, the leading online marketplace for handmade and vintage goods. TikTok Shop has several advantages over Etsy, such as its massive and engaged user base, its personalized and addictive content, and its strong social network effects.

Facebook Meta is Mostly 4 Networks and 2 Platforms (Tech Strategy – Podcast 193)

Facebook Meta is not just one thing, but a collection of different products and services that work together to create a powerful tech ecosystem. In this podcast, Jeff Towson breaks down the four networks (Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger) and two platforms (Oculus and Spark AR) that form the core of Meta’s strategy. He explains how each network and platform serves a different purpose, attracts a different audience, and generates a different revenue stream. He also analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of Meta’s approach, and what it means for the future of social media and augmented reality.

BYD Is Running China’s “Manufacturing to the World” Playbook (Tech Strategy – Podcast 192)

BYD is not just a rival to Tesla, but a pioneer in the electric vehicle market. It has a unique advantage of being a battery maker that later started making cars, and it has a strong presence in both China and overseas markets. Jeff Towson explains how BYD is executing the Chinese manufacturing to the world playbook and what challenges and opportunities it faces in the future.

3 Factors Will Determine the Future of Verisign Inc. (Tech Strategy – Podcast 191)

In this podcast, Jeffrey Towson discusses the 3 factors that will determine the future of Verisign Inc.’s tech strategy. He provides insights on the future of the tech industry and how Verisign can stay ahead of the curve. Tune in to gain valuable insights on the future of tech!

Digital Strategy Lesson: CRAs Are the Path From Operating Activities to Competitive Advantage (1 of 2) (Tech Strategy – Podcast 190)

In this episode of the Tech Strategy Podcast, Jeff Towson discusses how CRAs can be used to gain a competitive advantage in the digital age. He explains how CRAs can help companies move from operating activities to competitive advantage. Jeff also provides a comprehensive guide to CRAs and how they can be used to improve your digital strategy.

The 4 Digital Concepts Powering Salesforce, Inc. (Tech Strategy – Podcast 189)

In this podcast episode, Jeff Towson discusses the four digital concepts that are powering Salesforce Inc. He explains how these concepts have helped Salesforce become a leader in the CRM software industry. Towson also highlights the implications of these concepts for other companies in the tech industry.

In the podcast episode, Jeff Towson delves into the four digital concepts that have been instrumental in propelling Salesforce to the forefront of the CRM software industry. He provides an in-depth analysis of how these concepts have been implemented and the impact they have had on the company’s success. Additionally, Towson explores the implications of these concepts for other companies in the tech industry.

How China and AI Will Impact Arm Holdings (4 of 4) (Tech Strategy – Daily Article)

Discover the pivotal role of China’s evolving tech landscape and the rapid strides in AI technology, unraveling the intricate dynamics that promise to reshape ARM Holdings’ trajectory. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the strategic implications arising from these influences and how they navigate ARM’s future prospects in an ever-evolving global tech landscape.