Episode 68 – Red Hat’s Impact on IBM Enterprise Storage Business
We discuss the potential of disruption to the IBM Storage Portfolio… AND….Mark gets worked up over male dumbness… Kyle throws cold water.
Columbia University studies of people with winter and chronic depression
show that negative ion generators relieve depression
as much as antidepressants
. “The best part is that there are relatively no side effects, but we still need to figure out appropriate doses and which people it works best on,” he says.
It’s so good that you just don’t need that musty old laptop. And here’s Apple CEO Tim Cook to make it real clear. Here’s a chart showing the past four quarters – and there’s the iPad alongside… other companies’ notebooks: Dell, HP, Lenovo.
“What you might not know is we’ve sold more iPads in the last year than the entire notebook lineup of all of the biggest notebook manufacturers,” he said. The Macs were also in the list – down there in the middle of the chart.
Half of the 90-minute launch was dedicated to the iPad Pro – with every effort made to point out that it is just as good, if not better, than a laptop.
Hundreds of Google employees will walk out of more than 20 offices around the world to protest the company’s handling of sexual misconduct in the wake of a bombshell New York Times report.
The protest is meant to send a message that the company needs more transparency around its handling of sexual harassment as well as more employee empowerment overall.
This is the latest in a string of employee activism events at Google.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella called privacy a “human right” in a keynote speech Thursday in London.
Nadella said Europe’s new data laws set a worldwide standard for protecting privacy.
Apple CEO Tim Cook also praised Europe’s data privacy rules last week and called for similar laws in the U.S.
There are the two big ones, Red Hat Ceph (object storage with file and block access) and Red Hat Gluster (Scale-out NAS).
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