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It's the last SIT podcast of the year... and just in the nick of time, too. Your relatives are driving you up the wall, your brother's doing his cringeworthy Charlton Heston impression, the talk has turned to politics and there's no more wine... There has never been a better time to download our year-end spectacular tech chat, excuse yourself to take the dog for a walk or go to the bottlestore, plug in and enjoy.

This one should take you through Christmas lunch and beyond.

This week, Eddie has flown the coop while Greg and Sarah wrap up the year spectacularly with our very special guests, Brad O'Neill, CEO of TechValidate and Geoff Barrall, CEO and co-founder of Drobo.

This week we discuss...

  • Don Basile's shock departure from Violin Memory
  • Geoff's dramatic return to Drobo
  • Barrall: Days of enterprise NAS are numbered
  • Top tech stories of 2013
  • Edward Snowden / NSA scandal
  • Dell goes private
  • Microsoft restructuring
  • Recap of 2013 predictions
  • BIG 2014 Predictions

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