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It's another exciting episode of El Reg's techcast, hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week, Ed returns from his secret mission while Sarah is on a vision quest in New Mexico. The infamous Marc Farley from Microsoft is the special guest... and gives us the scoop on life as a Microsoftie and what's cool in storage tech.

This week we discuss...

  • Ed The Not-so-mysterious
  • Farley reflects on being swallowed by Microsoft
  • Larry cakes
  • Greg joins the dark side
  • Ed's still burned out and his trail of destruction
  • Vendor battles in social media
  • HP gets skunked by Autonomy
  • Farley denies culpability in Autonomy deal
  • Microsoft dives into storage

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