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The Killing IT Podcast

IT authors and entrepreneurs Ryan Morris, Karl Palachuk, and Dave Sobel provide commentary on the changing world of technology opportunities and emerging tech.

We want to expand the discussion from the SMB IT channel to all things tech - with one eye on the future and the other on profits. Join us!

May 28, 2019

Ryan is wandering off with a client this week (or feeling sick or some such nonsense), so Dave and Karl conspired to riff on the IT industry without his perspective.

Dave asks the question, "Did I become dumber when I went to work for a vendor?" Sometimes IT service providers assume that anyone who works for a vendor...

May 25, 2019

Dave kicks us off with some notes about emerging technologies and how soon we might be able to find business opportunities.

Ryan posits that the term "Managed Service Provider" isn't useful to customers. And of course that leads to a discussion of "cloud" and the use of terminology over time.

There follows a detailed...

May 21, 2019

Dave kicks us off with the reality of Drones being legalized in Rural Virginia.

Alphabet (Google) has been granted license to allow drone delivery services in rural delivery. But don't run out and buy one, thinking you'll be able to fly it anywhere and make a bunch of money. Before you do that, go learn about licensing...

May 18, 2019

The fun continues!

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Is AI ruining search results? Should we have paid search options with better results?

What constitutes "best practice" in our industry? Is it just "most...

May 14, 2019

You never know where you'll end up with the Killing IT podcast.

We start off talking about laser mapping the inside of Notre Dame before it burned. And somehow we end up with car detailing and "Managed car wash."

Episode Three is free-form and pretty fun.

Strangely enough, we seem to have one foot in the world...