Ben Golub on a new E2.0 contender: data storage

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Social media and storage don’t have much in common, but Ben Golub, CEO of Gluster, plans to change that. The guy who sold networking site Plaxo for $150 million figures it’s time for data storage to become “more E2.0-like,” and he’s in a position to do something about it. Tune in Thursday, March 3 to hear Ben talk about why he made the move to Gluster, what intrigues him about the economics of in-the-cloud services, and why he’s convinced that “data storage is sexy again.” Hear the show live at www.blogtalkradio.com/collaborationpizza or download anytime.

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