Today was definitely a challenging day, possibly our “worst” performance since the first episode. As an audience you likely won’t notice it, but we had many interruptions as well as the subject matter being one that is not easy to communicate via simple verbal explanations. I tried to make it easy and relatable, but my sincere apologies if it still comes out as technical gibberish. Security safeguards are something that we are all very much interested in and we want to make sure they are all in place, but to explain them in layman terms is many times very difficult as well as very tedious to do. For the minority of you that do understand them, then you will love the subject, for the others, maybe hopefully I did something today to make it a little less confusing. Big thank you to all the team for working hard through this tough one and to those of you in our growing audience a huge shout out. If you have questions or subjects that you want to talk to us about please send me your questions and requests via e-mail or text: firstname.lastname@example.org 954-465-4615.
Greetings, Productivity for me comes from motivation and a sense of responsibility, not necessarily from a time of a day, you can say I’m a anytime kind of person 😬 Sometimes there are hard conversations that you must have, this podcast is a great example. Cybersecurity is no joke, at DISS we takes this subject very serious. In this podcast you will many of the initiatives DISS actively takes to safeguard your data, a great example I thought was interesting was that we contest our present security with an external auditor to find weak points and breaches opportunities in our security. At DISS we are constantly evolving to provide the best services and security for our clients. Feel free to contact us should you have any questions or concerns about how we protect your data. By the way, although we have many professionals in our cyber security team, it might be Ruben the one answering your call. Good bye.
Hi guys! I don't consider myself a night person, but I don't consider myself a morning person either, many times I get ideas at night, but honestly it's easier for me to develop them during the day. In the recording of this episode we had to repeat several times because we had a lot of noise around us, but it is always good to record with the team and hear about such interesting topics, such as data protection.
Hi guys!!! I am undoubtedly a much more productive person at night than during the day, especially to create art and develop new ideas late night is my best time. And this was the voice recording of Podcasts with the most interruptions we had noise in the environment and several technical situations had to be handled… I am very proud of the way the team kept recording and the high level of professionalism and commitment of all of us to achieve our objective of having these productions up weekly, in addition, the topic was extremely interesting, the protection of data and the security of our information is of vital importance and being able to count on the knowledge and the tools to achieve it. Go team!!! I always appreciate the opportunity to learn about new aspects of our systems, even after 6 years at DISS I continue to discover new applications and features of Synapse and how it can make a difference in diagnosing an emergency In addition, the recording of this episode was a bit tight on time because the offices had to be disinfected and we had to have everything ready in less time and we did it just in time, from the production point of view it is a great achievement of planning and evolution of our cast to achieve the objectives.
This episode meant a challenge for me in terms of technical factors since we had some sound interactions that we did not expect and this caused the editing to be more complicated, however I consider that we were able to link a great result with this episode, in addition to this the question was very interesting since I consider myself a person who works better at night.