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Speaking in Tech: GoDaddy kills its cloud... GoDaddy had a cloud?

Plus: Oracle Open World, Cisco switches, bad telly updates and more

5 things you didn’t know about cloud backup

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speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise

We invite you to enter the Techcast Enterprise, where Captain Greg Knieriemen, Commander Ed Saipetch and Commander Sarah Vela are waiting to take you on a journey across the tech universe. This week, it's just the three of them again as they toss around the latest tech on the podcast holodeck.

This week we cover...

  • Downton Abbey fallout and other bad television reviews
  • Oracle Open World... less buzz, more cloud
  • Oracle vs Salesforce
  • The Oracle culture
  • Cisco's new Nexus 1000V Free-mium Pricing
  • The Cisco and VMware tapdance
  • GoDaddy kills its cloud
  • Hosting providers and the cloud
  • Sarah sings to Greg

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