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Podcast This week it's all about the cloud at Nekkid Tech. Greg Knieriemen and trusty sidekick Ed Saipetch (@edasi) chat to Gina Minks (@gminks) and special guest Alistair Croll (@acroll).

This week we discuss...

  • Ed and Gina's trip to SXSW;
  • the Bitnorth Conference;
  • Dropbox and Box all over the media;
  • double-billing on consumer cloud storage;
  • Google privacy policy changes;
  • Big Data and privacy; and
  • Three postures for computing.

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