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Hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week, Eddie is still missing so Greg and Sarah are joined by Cisco's J Metz to dig into the new Cisco public cloud and to chew on the tech news of the week.

This week we discuss…

  • Sarah chugs vBeers (1:05)
  • SXSW recovery (2:55)
  • J changes jobs (5:50)
  • Cisco jumps into the public cloud (8:20)
  • Cloudy conflicts (9:30)
  • Customer first, tricky dick second (13:25)
  • Box.net files for an odd IPO (16:50)
  • Anyone remember Xdrive? (20:30)
  • Trusting consumer cloud storage (21:30)
  • The untraceable elite (28:10)
  • GitHub users reveal AWS access keys (28:50)
  • J's new reality show (35:00)

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