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speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise

It's another enterprise techcast hosted by Greg Knieriemen and Sarah Vela. Greg and Sarah host special guest Mark Twomey (@Storagezilla) from EMC, who brings them the low-down on everything we all want to know about ARMed server chip revolution. They also inspire Trekkie envy by chatting about Brent Spiner, aka Commander Data, and Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Blighty actor Patrick Stewart). Plus: election drama, why you should think before you tweet about Sandy, the great Apple shake-up and more... You don't want to miss this.

This week we cover:

  • Mark recalls meeting Brent Spiner at VMworld
  • The overseas view of the American election... and election predictions
  • Hurricane Sandy... and the worst of Twitter
  • EMC acquires Silver Tail Systems
  • Uncle Larry’s evil empire and trash talk
  • AMD to sell ARM-based server chips
  • The Samsung Chromebook: an outstanding laptop for your mom
  • Chromebook as a VDI client... or not
  • Big Apple shakeup: Forstall out, Ives up

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