Nextcloud’s Daphne Muller, Manager of Alliances, Ecosystem & Support recently starred in Linode’s podcast series Craft of Code.
Besides Daphne’s work at Nextcloud, she is a privacy researcher. She wrote her thesis in university on unnecessary data collection and held a TEDx talk called Privacy is Progress. Her goal is to inform about and advocate against surveillance capitalism and believes that, « by collecting less personal data, we get more innovation, more profitable business models, and most importantly more humanity. »
The episode kicks off discussing companies data management problem of today, as companies hold zetabytes of data, and pose a series of important questions. Who is in charge of all this data and how do they keep it safe?
What to expect from the podcast
- Why Daphne wrote her thesis on unnecessary data collection
- How decentralization links to innovation, privacy, and price
- Why organizations want to take back control of their data
- The real reason alternatives are so hot right now
- Why big tech is “shaking” the four pillars
- Daphne’s thoughts on what companies should be wary of
- What makes Nextcloud so different
Listen to the podcast « How Nextcloud Empowers Users to Take Back Control of Their Data » for free on Apple Podcasts.
Duration: 20 minutes