Tech News Radio: TECH NEWS RADIO #272 | 060321| eTech 2006, Foldera

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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

TECH NEWS RADIO #272 | 060321| eTech 2006, Foldera

This podcast is with Richard Lusk (CEO) and covers what recently demoed at eTech, and more details on what they are offering and who they are targetting as potential customers.  Some additional links mentioned during this podcast include: Michael ArringtonRobert Scoble, and Emily Chang.

In my opinion, if you have a distributed group of people working on a project via the Internet then you should check out Foldera.

If you'd like to discusss this or any topic related to eTech then check out the eTech 2006 Forum at

This podcast is sponsored in part by: - your source for technology resources, and the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT.

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Hi Steve,

Thanks for posting the interview and pointing your visitors our way. I appreciate it very much.

Richard Lusk

Posted by: Richard Lusk | Mar 30, 2006 10:20:52 PM

Bloggers be wary.

Posted by: Jeff B | Apr 1, 2006 6:00:16 PM

Jeff B -- thanks for the link. I read what you wrote. At eTech I attended all the Foldera demos. At the demos, I got the impression that the total number of "sign ups" was an aggregate of the total number that might need to be supported by the system if Foldera gave everyone who applied for a beta the number of accounts being requested. From a scalability perspective I think this makes a lot of sense. All my interactions on a personal level with the folks I met at eTech from Foldera was honest and transparent, and rasied no flags with me. - Steve

Posted by: Steve Holden | Apr 2, 2006 9:58:16 AM

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