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Your Storage Questions Answered Live On Thursday

Join us for a special Interop Preview edition of E2 Radio at 2:00 p.m. EST (11:00 a.m. PST) on Thursday, January 30, when we'll talk with Howard Marks, storage expert and longtime Network Computing contributor.
Storage is a mission-critical component in any IT infrastructure. The success of your storage system can make (or break) the success of your entire application delivery system.

E2 Radio will host a special episode with guest Howard Marks, founder and chief scientist at DeepStorage and one of our most prolific Network Computing contributors. Join us at 2:00 p.m. EST (11:00 a.m. PST) on Thursday, January 30, when we'll talk about solid state storage and the realistic difference it can make for your enterprise and how to get the most from this higher-priced option.

Howard Marks provides the kind of practical, hands-on analysis that can only come from spending 30 years in the trenches. As a consultant he helped organizations large and small, including America Express, JP Morgan, Borden Foods, BBDO Worldwide, and Foxwoods Resort Casino solve real-world storage and network problems. Now at DeepStorage he runs an independent test lab evaluating the latest in storage and data center networking products. Radio show host extraordinaire Curtis Franklin will be handling the microphone, so it's sure to be a great show.

Register and join us at E2 at 2:00 p.m. EST (11:00 a.m. PST) on Thursday, January 30, for an in-depth interview and live online discussion that looks at solid state storage in your enterprise.

And don't miss Howard's storage workshop at Interop Las Vegas. Interop attendees consistently rate Howard as a top speaker both for his expertise and engaging instruction style.

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