Peg Tuttle to Host TechChannel PowerTalk Podcast
IBM i expert Peg Tuttle’s podcast will highlight cutting-edge technology and innovators
Starting in January 2024, IBM Champion Peg Tuttle is taking over as host of TechChannel’s sponsored IBM i podcast, which will now be titled “PowerTalk With Peg Tuttle.”
A Powerful CollaborationTuttle brings more than 35 years of IBM i expertise, spending much of her career matching IBM i shops with solutions to improve operations, security, disaster recovery, high availability, change management and more. She has also served as the host of The Incredible i Show for six seasons, and she is eager to bring that experience to TechChannel.
“I'm thrilled to partner with TechChannel for the PowerTalk podcast because of its incredible platform for discussing cutting-edge technology trends and innovations. TechChannel has a reputation for delivering insightful content to a diverse audience, and this collaboration will allow us to reach even more tech enthusiasts and professionals,” she says.
New Name, Same ExpertiseWhile the name and host of the podcast have changed, PowerTalk With Peg Tuttle will offer the same expert insights as Tuttle connects with thought leaders and innovators on the latest developments, challenges and opportunities in the tech industry.
Tuttle adds, “PowerTalk is a podcast that offers a unique blend of expertise and accessibility. We'll bring together some of the brightest minds in technology to discuss topics that matter. We aim to demystify complex concepts, inspire innovation and provide valuable takeaways for our listeners.”
The first episode of PowerTalk With Peg Tuttle will launch in late January 2024. Tune in to hear Tuttle talk IBM i security with Kisco Systems’ Justin Loeber.
“PowerTalk is your way to stay up-to-date, motivated and empowered in the tech industry,” Tuttle says. Subscribe to TechChannel to get every episode delivered straight to your inbox.
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Emma Pitzl is managing editor of TechChannel and a content strategist at MSPC.
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