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Podcast The previous Nekkid Tech outing quizzed HP storage bigwig David Scott and discussed changes at the tech titan.

Now, back with episode 11, Nekkid Tech host Greg Knieriemen chats to guests Greg Schulz of StorageIO (@storageio) and Gina Minks, storage evangelist at Dell (@gminks). Here's what to expect in today's podcast…

Nekkid Tech Episode 11

  • More Infosmack mashup mess
  • Dell Storage Forum
  • Words with Alec
  • Greg Schulz's new book Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking
  • The building blocks of tomorrow's IT department
  • How the role of the IT administrator is changing
  • The process of writing a tech book
  • Pitching an audiobook and ebook
  • Being technically bilingual
  • Big New England VMUG coming up in January

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