Last week, ReadWrite Editor-in-in-Chief Dan Lyons sat down with 27-year-old Box CEO Aaron Levie to discuss the complex market of enterprise cloud technology in the third ReadWrite Mix event in San Francisco.

(See also Aaron Levie On The Uncertain Landscape Of Enterprise SoftwareAaron Levie On Finding Mentors & Mixing Enterprise/Consumer Cultures and Aaron Levie On Growing Up During The ’90s Tech Boom)

When not discussing his hilariously-named teenage startups or early ambitions to join the MLB, the one-hour sit-down saw Levie and Lyons discussing nearly every facet of the enterprise software business, from how it started and what is now to how Box aims to lead the way into its uncertain future.

This 2:19 clip illustrates Levie’s uncanny ability to make even the most seemingly mundane topics – the growth of data storage – sound fascinating  As storage costs go down, Levie sees Box’s opportunity to give away more space at a lower price. “Probably in the future, you will use us for infinite storage,” he says, because “the amount of capacity we have is increasing at a faster rate than our ability to use it.”