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Hosted By
Tomás O'Leary
Tomás O'Leary
CEO & Founder
Brendan Walsh
Brendan Walsh
Chief Commercial Officer
Guest
Chris White
Chris White
Senior Partner
Criscom LLP
About this Podcast Series

Check out Origina's podcast series where Tomás O'Leary & Brendan Walsh discuss everything in the software world, the best methods to avoid being ripped off, alternative options and how best to save money.

Hosted By
Tomás O'Leary
Tomás O'Leary
CEO & Founder
Brendan Walsh
Brendan Walsh
Chief Commercial Officer
Guest
Chris White
Chris White
Senior Partner
Criscom LLP
About Our Guest

Chris White is a professional risk manager and crisis negotiator with over 25 years of experience in the industry. A proven senior leader in the global corporate security sector, Chris has led the Group Operational Security and Intelligence function at two of the largest global blue chip companies, Prudential and Old Mutual. Chris’s private sector experience follows a successful UK Government career as an international hostage and crisis negotiator, and crisis manager.

Episode Details

Join Tomás O'Leary and Brendan Walsh as they discuss IBM layoffs, Microsoft's open-source legacy and PricewaterhouseCoopers' call for more software license audits. Former crisis negotiator for the Scotland Yard and risk management professional Chris White joins to discuss the relationship between mega-vendors and clients, the lack of emotional connection in business relationships and how to measure trustworthiness.

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