The NETGEAR Switched On Thinking podcast discusses the latest innovations in business networking technology, from WiFi 6, to PoE+ to AV over IP and more.
Hosted by Neil C. Hughes and featuring interviews with leaders from NETGEAR and its key partners, the show delivers an insightful and informative analysis of the key role networking technology plays in driving business success and ensuring business continuity during times of uncertainty.
The show covers a range of SMB related topics including how networking will evolve, the future of the home office, improving productivity, the versatility of PoE and how Cloud Managed Networks will be a real asset when it comes to growing a business.
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Listen to the Switched On Thinking Podcast
Discover the latest episodes of the Switched On Thinking Podcast below, brought to you by NETGEAR Business.
Twice a month, we deliver an insightful and informative analysis of the key role that networking technology plays in driving business success and ensuring business continuity.
We’ll have a range of guests covering various different networking topics and technologies. From NETGEAR’s own Richard Jonker, Doug Cheung and Vice President of SMB Products and Services Vikram Mehta, to partners and experts who can offer additional advice and knowledge in order to help you grow your business.
You can listen to Switched On Thinking on all major podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and many more. By subscribing to the show you’ll get every new episode first.
Hosted by Neil C Hughes
The Switched On Thinking podcast will be by hosted by Neil C Hughes, also known as the Tech Blog Writer.
Neil is a #1 best-selling author on Amazon, regular podcaster, named as one of the ‘Top 9 Influential Tech Leaders on LinkedIn’ and received a ‘LinkedIn Top Voice Award’ for being the #2 technology writer of the year on the entire LinkedIn platform.
We’re delighted to have Neil host the Switched On Thinking podcast and talk about issues and themes that are impacting SMBs today and in the future.