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Podcast It's that time again for the Speaking in Tech podcast hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela - although she's taking the week off while Ed and Greg are live at the Hitachi Data Systems Day in Santa Clara, California.

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Our special guests this week are Ken Wood, director of technology and strategy at HDS, and The Storage Architect blogger Chris Evans. We get an insight of the secret work within HDS's research lab, hear about processing data on-the-fly within the disk array, discuss preempting IT disasters by looking out for particular sets of information flowing into the system, and why it's OK for ideas to fall flat at the design stage - and plenty more.

This week we discuss...

  • Ken Wood and having the greatest tech job in the world
  • Behind the garage door of the skunkworks projects at HDS
  • The growth and value in content and unstructured data video and images and data extraction
  • Real-time metadata generation
  • Business value of data
  • Log file analystics
  • Enriched custom meta deta
  • The scale of content and unstructured data
  • Monetizing and predicting the value of innnovation
  • The value of failure

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