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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 from the Dell Storage Forum with a piping-hot new podcast crammed with all the latest happenings in enterprise tech.

This week they discuss...

  • Dell Storage Forum recap
  • Microsoft announces "Surface" tablet, which at least LOOKS more productive than an iPad
  • Microsoft nudges OEMs
  • "Surface" could be the killer BYOD
  • NASA uses Amazon... and the Cloud is dead
  • Is Amazon feeling the heat?
  • Linus Torvalds tells NVIDIA where to go...

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