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The S.I.T. crew start the new year off with a bang with a killer episode of the tech podcast. This week, Sarah Vela takes an extra week of vacation while Greg Knieriemen and Ed Saipetch chum it up with Mark Twomey of EMC, better known as StorageZilla.

This week, none of the lads are holding back. It's a tightly packed podcast, with 'Zilla, as always, telling it like it is - on subjects ranging from end user computing (who cares?) and VDI (people are still doing that?) to the current crop of TVs (they look like desktop PCs!). Plus, Ed defends his Ikea-and-a-spraycan decor choices, while the group have the inside story on what's actually going down in the flashy startup sector. You don't want to miss this one, so download, subscribe, or listen on the fly...

This week we discuss...

  • Catching up from the holidays
  • Zilla's holiday book reviews
  • Netflix content lagging
  • The future of 4K video
  • VMware snags Citrix desktop talent
  • Nimbus Data employee dump
  • Market for flashy startups
  • Blackberry loses tech luminary Alicia Keys
  • Snapchat is heating up
  • Director Michael Bay crash and burn at CES

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