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Host Greg Knieriemen and his trusty sidekicks – storage and virtualisation Hoosier Ed Saipetch and new media strategist Sarah Vela – are back with a hilarious and brand spanking-new podcast that brings all the latest in enterprise tech all wrapped up in an easy-to-digest chat.

This week Greg and his cohorts rock out to the new intro music and talk about the demise of Nekkid Tech. They also cover all the stuff that's trending in the industry ...

This week we're talking about:

  • US government agencies & colleges demanding access to Facebook accounts — through friending and/or actual password requests.
  • Amazon and Eucalyptus teaming up on cloud compatibility – Looking to build out its portfolio of cloud services, Amazon has partnered with Eucalyptus to deliver an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) product. As part of the deal, Amazon Web Services is letting the IaaS provider tap into its application programming interfaces. Eucalyptus says it is now “fully compatible with the Amazon Web Services API, which means you can use or reuse your existing AWS-compatible tools, images (AMIs) and scripts to manage your own hybrid and on-premise clouds.
  • New iPad users slowed by expensive 4G network rates – Users are quickly discovering the new iPad gobbles data from cellular networks at a monstrous rate. Some find their monthly allotment can be eaten up after watching a two-hour movie.
  • It's back: The return of "10 Big Questions" – Sarah Vela is squirming in the hot seat.

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