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Desktop Virtualization for Windows and Linux Heats Up

Desktop virtualization is one of those technologies that confound the experts. Just when you think you've got it figured out, along comes some interloping development to upset the apple cart.
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The Fourth Paradigm: All About The Data

Hope you're not tired of buzzwords. After "the network is the computer" and "the cloud", welcome to "data-intensive computing". This time, however, there's far more at work here than a clever turn of phrase.
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Eucalyptus Open-Sources the Cloud (Q&A)

Eucalyptus started out in academics, but has a solid business plan for making its "infrastructure as a service" open-source platform the center of the cloud-computing universe.
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2010 and the Fate of Your (Virtual) Desktop

Do you think that converting your clunky, maintenance-burdened physical desktop OS to a clunky, maintenance-burdened VM will save you some money? Think again.
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IBM Opens New Cloud Lab While Microsoft Reorgs

Big Blue continues to be the only enterprise vendor bringing cloud services to its customer. A new lab in Hong Kong will focus on emerging markets and applications.
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