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It's another enterprise techcast with hosts Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week, we slow it down with everyone together for the first time in weeks. You'll also hear about Kindle Fire fights, The New York Times data centre and what went down at the Storage Developer Conference.

This week we cover...

  • Adventures with Ed on the road
  • Storage Developer Conference and the focus on file systems
  • Kindle Fire fights
  • Kindle Fire HD and Downton Abbey
  • Apple 5 and maps
  • Another Apple conspiracy
  • 7 inch iPad speculation
  • The New York Times data centre
  • Efficiency vs Consolidation
  • MySpace, Part 2

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