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It's another episode of our enterprise tech-cast, hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week, the whole crew is together again with special guest Mark Twomey (aka Storagezilla). And he's not a fan of Eddie and Sarah's lunch plans! They also chat about AWS, Amazon's Fire phone, whether Oracle could buy EMC... and more.

This week we discuss:

  • Eddie and Sarah's failed lunch plans (0:50)
  • Zilla explains it all (1:30)
  • Remembering Ruddy (3:00)
  • Activist investor tries to get EMC to spin out VMware (6:00)
  • Why couldn't Oracle buy EMC? (8:40)
  • How about Cisco? Lenovo? (15:55)
  • OSCON party circuit (19:00)
  • Portland as a tech conference hub (23:28)
  • Amazon tanks (27:15)
  • The Da Vinci of BS (29:40)
  • Fire Phone needs an ad blocker (32:40)
  • Comparing Microsoft to Amazon (34:00)
  • AWS revenue dropping? (35:30)
  • Shopping for unicorns (40:15)
  • The rise of hybrid clouds (42:28)
  • VMworld and OpenStack plans (46:45)

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Speaking in Tech: Episode 120

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