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The crew at our enterprise tech-cast pushed past the storage crowds yesterday at the Dell Storage Forum in Boston to bring Reg readers a special recording of Speaking in Tech. Greg Knieriemen, cloud and storage expert Ed Saipetch and new media ace Sarah Vela recorded the podcast LIVE at the forum mere hours ago, where they grilled some of Dell's top execs in front of an audience of storage players.

The team chatted to Darren Thomas, vice president and GM of Dell Storage, NAS-head Brett Roscoe, exec director of PowerVault and Data Management Solutions and virtual man Laz Vekiarides, executive director of engineering at Equallogic.

Here's a sneak peek at what they talked about:

  • Dell's acquisitions are like adopted kids
  • Quick overview of announcements
  • Convergence across product lines
  • Equallogic end-to-end convergence
  • Compellent convergence
  • Integration of AppAssure
  • Audience questions

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