The launch of Unscripted Tech, Globant's original podcast, focuses on the trends that are changing how the technology game is played. Throughout six episodes, we explore changes in work environments due to the pandemic, the impact of digital twins, the unseen possibilities of blockchain, how fashion is being reinvented through technology, and more. These topics are discussed by disrupters, trailblazers, thought leaders and igniters that will channel innovation and creativity to better understand what comes next.
October 28th, 2021
As tech moves forward, the capital needed to satisfy the industry gets bigger, leaving a footprint on both our planet and our people. Although a great number of companies have taken measures, there are many aspects of the IT and communication industry we may have never thought about. Since we have limited resources, each physical process, including information transfer, process, or storage, as well as the relevant Information and Communication Technology (ICT) device production, is energy consuming. As a result, digital technologies appear as both a tool and a challenge to shift towards a low carbon economy. While digital technologies do provide tangible opportunities, they are subject to the same constraints as any global system. Therefore, we ought to design digital practices and infrastructures that are resilient and sustainable. Elena Morettini, head of Sustainable Business Studio, and Nelly Ortiz, senior director in the business hacking studio, discuss those aspects. Unscripted Tech is a podcast about the trends that are changing how the technology game is played across all industries, hosted by Rebecca Reed, Digital Marketing Strategist at Globant.
October 14th, 2021
Changes in work environments due to the pandemic generated new challenges for organizations and the way they interact with their employees. This required many organizations to reinvent how they operate on a day-to-day basis. What problems do telecommuting teams face today? What new roles and platforms will help lay the foundations for a new work culture? And how will organizations manage to create a high-performance work culture from home? Adriana Sclar, Head of Cultural Hacking, and Diego Maldonado, Managing Director of Adaptive Organizations, discuss the changes we are facing after losing consistent face-to-face contact with our teams.
September 30th, 2021
The way companies collect and use data can generate rich experiences for their users. What is the potential of a digital twin? How would a digital twin benefit companies in different scenarios? Martin Szenig, VP of Technology, Diego Jaimes, IoT Engineer and IoT practice lead, and Matias Rodriguez, VP of Technology at Globant Games discuss the good and bad uses of the concept of twins and how technologies like AI are enabling those twins to be more robust.
September 16th, 2021
Blockchain has been popularized by bitcoin since 2009. It is every decentralized system supporters dream. However, its applications are migrating towards other technologies because of the powerful tracking tech it is. As cybersecurity is a main concern that got worse with the pandemic, how can it benefit from this technology? Is the blockchain really a reliable, safe “place?” Is it true that because of its complexity “it cannot be hacked,” as some experts claim? Technical Directors Alvaro Gareppe and Avijeet Dutta discuss blockchain, what it is, how it's used, and the challenges it presents for the tech landscape.
September 2nd, 2021
Thanks to an app, premium clothing brands are some of the augmented reality-based success stories that are emerging due to new consumer needs in the context of a pandemic. How will extended reality impact the way brands interact with their consumers? Emi Horcada, Head of Design and Digital Transformation Partner, and Ritesh Menon, VP of Technology and UI Engineering Studio Partner, discuss augmented reality and how it's reshaping industries.
August 19th, 2021
With technology as an ally, delivering exceptional experiences will be absolutely necessary for a brand to generate long-term engagement. Data allows for a more personalized experience, but users need to trust a brand in order to provide that data. What will the most important and creative ways to build this trust be? Delfina Casal, Digital Marketing Studio Director, Pablo Monge, Global Head of Digital Sales, and Gonzalo Zarza, Data Studio Partner, discuss why trust in your brand means more data.