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Podcast Nekkid Tech's 14th episode comes to you live from one of London's most venerated pubs, where locals have been swilling down pints through the reign of 14 monarchs.

Greg Knieriemen and trusty sidekick Ed Saipetch recorded live this week from Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Pub during the Dell Storage Forum ...

  • We kick off StorageBeers with Chris Evans and Martin Glassborow at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Pub.
  • We look at Dell Storage Forum announcements with Darren Thomas – Dell Storage VP & GM and Phil Soran – President at Dell Compellent
  • Other topics include:
  • the path to Object Storage;
  • VMware integration;
  • competition; and
  • acquisition challenges.
  • Then we have a chat with Andy Hardy, Managing Director at Dell Compellent International and Liem Nguyen, Director of Global Communications and Social Media at Dell Storage.
  • We talk about Andy's Party - and first event in Europe;
  • Liem and Andy celebrating an anniversary; and
  • the challenges storage companies face in Europe.
  • We wrap up with a chat between Gina Minks and Ed Saipetch.

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