What’s hot in tech? Amazon’s cloud and productivity apps — no, really!

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This week Jerry Chen, partner with Greylock Partners, and former VMware VP, talks about the battle royale brewing between Amazon(s amzn) Web Services and the rest of the known universe and why he thinks there’s a post-Office(s msft), post-Google(s goog) Apps future in productivity applications.

Greylock Ventures' partner Jerry Chen

Greylock Ventures’ partner Jerry Chen

And, speaking of battles, Derrick Harris and I discuss what looks to be an ugly legal skirmish between Intel and Zettaset and why folks should pay attention to GoDaddy (even without Danica Patrick.)

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