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Data protection at SNW Europe

CartoonCalvin100X100.JPG By Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy

 

SNW Europe in Frankfurt just wrapped up today and I'll have a few podcasts over the next several days from there.  The first is with my European colleague Chris Sopp.  Chris is a European product manager for data protection and on the first day of SNW, first session of the day, he did a presentation titled "Introduction to Data Protection" that was surprisingly well attended.  The topic isn't a new one and I was surprised by the number of people that attended.  Chris and I talked about that in this podcast.

 

 

You can also download this podcast by right-clicking here and saving the file OR you can download all of my podcasts from iTunes by clicking here - it will open iTunes and allow you to download all of my recent podcasts.  If you have any issues with this second link, paste this into your browser: itpc://recordings.talkshoe.com/rss69339.xml.   "itpc" is a special format that opens iTunes and lets you download the podcasts from iTunes. 

 

Learn more!

Here are a couple of links where you can learn more about what Chris and I discussed:

I was in Frankfurt for an HP event about 18 months ago and did a video showing a bit of Frankfurt. I saw (again) almost everything in this video this time so for fun, I thought I'd include it as well.  Here it is:

 

 

I'm flying back home to the U.S. in a few hours but hope to have more of the SNW Europe podcasts in the next few days.  I sure hope I have room to open my laptop on my flight!

 

Comments
Matthias(anon) | ‎11-23-2011 10:28 AM

I'm glad that you have shown not only "Bratwurst" and "Bier" in your video. Most Americans think Germany is only a matter but we also have very modern cities.
Prost  :manhappy:

| ‎11-23-2011 09:32 PM

Matthias - I think there are a lot of misunderstandings among nationalities.  I lived in Germany for 6 months and making friends was very hard - but I found that Germans who had visited the US or had American friends were far more outgoing and had a very different perspective about Americans. 

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