“What trends in digital culture will emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic?”
This question and more are explored during the latest episode of JSA’s Data Movers podcast series, featuring guest Dr. Julie Albright, a digital sociologist, USC lecturer, director of iMasons, ambassador for Salute Mission Critical and author of “Left to Their Own Devices: How Digital Natives Are Reshaping the American Dream.”
Dr. Albright has spent her career looking into the future to predict digital culture trends and is considered a thought leader on the growing intersection of society, behavior and technology.
A highly sought-after speaker for data center industry events around the world, Dr. Albright offers Data Movers listeners key insight into current digital culture trends and offers tips on how those who work within the data center and telecom industries can “untether” and step away from their devices.
About JSA’s Data Movers Podcast
Data Movers is JSA’s newest podcast series that gives the most prominent men and women in the telecom and data center community a platform to discuss their backgrounds, career highs and lows and unique perspectives on the industry in the past, present and future.
Be sure to subscribe to JSA Podcasts via your preferred podcast platform so you don’t miss an upcoming Data Movers podcast episode:
- December 16 – Raul K. Martynek, CEO of DataBank
- December 30 – Dave Johnson, President of Comstar Technologies
- January 13 – Matt Theone, CEO of NFINIT
- January 27 – Avner Papouchado, CEO of Serverfarm
- February 10 – Chin Fang, Founder and CEO of Zettar Inc.
- February 24 – Todd Cushing, President of 1623 Farnam