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By | Team Register 18th February 2015 13:21

Speaking in Tech: C'mon, Gartner... PRIVATE CLOUD DENIAL?

'This is why we don't have analysts on our show'


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This episode of El Reg's talk-tastic techcast is hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week the crew tackles private cloud deniers, Amazon's drone problem and bit rot. Their special guest is Jody Tyrus, senior technical architect, Security at California's E & J Gallo Winery.

Discussion topics - with indexed start times for your listening pleasure

  • 0:30 The return of Ed
  • 2:00 Banter: Explaining time difference
  • 6:55 99 Problems but Private Clouds ain't one
  • 14:25 FAA sets drone rules, Amazon is pissed off
  • 20:20 Wiping bit rot
  • 25:00 Apple Lisa - There Are Two Kinds of People (1983)
  • 26:35 Jody Tyrus, Sr. Technical Architect, Security at E. & J. Gallo Winery
  • 30:14 The biggest security risk today
  • 38:45 Change of security philosophy
  • 43:14 No such thing as 100% secure

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