This week’s video roundup includes:
 
IN CONVERSATION: HU YOSHIDA The vice-president and chief technology officer of storage giant muses about the future of data storage, virtualization, and more. With ComputerWorld Canada editor Dave Webb. Part 1 of 2.
 
COMPUTERWORLD: MAINFRAME EDUCATION AT RYERSON UNIVERSITY Horace Dyke, mainframe instructor at Ryerson University, discusses how he teaches students to understand, work with, and become experts in new mainframe technology. With ComputerWorld Canada’s Brian Bloom.
 
THE WIRE: BUSINESSES STILL REBUILDING AFTER TSUNAMI A year after a magnitude nine earthquake triggered massive tsunami waves along Japan’s northeast coast, most of the debris is gone, although repairs continue. Jay Alabaster and Nick Barber, IDG News Service.
 
 
 


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