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From screaming at the cloud to screaming babies on flights

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speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise

The stars of our enterprise tech-cast are back and ready to speak their brains on everything from OpenStack noise to noisy babies on aeroplanes.

Hosted by Greg Knieriemen and Ed Saipetch, this week's podcast features special guest Stephen Spellicy, director of enterprise data protection at HP Information Management. Regular co-host Sarah Vela is away on holiday.

Today's agenda

  • Ed recaps his vCoffee with VMware vEvangelist John Troyer in vIndianapolis and other vNerds
  • Greg whines about people who bring infants on planes
  • Catching up with Stephen Spellicy: From Virtensys to HP
  • Autonomy’s internal transition within HP
  • The market and economics for cloud-based backup
  • OpenStack noise grows as Red Hat gets in the game
  • “VMoverground” party is coming to VMworld

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