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Proposed FedRAMP effort would make it easier for federal agencies to overcome compliance hurdles and participate in the Obama administration's drive toward the cloud.
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Adds management flexibility and branding control to hosted VDI
Citing the high-end scalability and reliability of new x86 chips from Intel and AMD, Microsoft plans to end support for Intel's Itanium processors after the current versions of Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio. The announcement comes days after Intel launched its eight-core Xeon 7500 chips and AMD unveiled its 12-core Opteron 6000 platform.
Microsoft releases enhancements to the Hyper-V Linux Integration Services that the company contributed to the Linux community in 2009.
Tripp Lite offers cost-conscious businesses a line of IP keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) switches with built-in IP access to allow secure access to multiple computers from a single KVM console.
NxTop 2.0 offers a client-side hypervisor and a host of new management and security features designed to increase desktop IT productivity
InfoWorld tests the Intel Westmere-packing Dell PowerEdge M1000e, HP BladeSystem c7000, and IBM BladeCenter H blade server systems
Bringing business applications to device
Red Hat Enterprise Linux works with both Nehalem-EX and Magny Cours
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The new version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux works with the new Intel Nehalem-EX and AMD Magny-Cours chips
Mixing and matching private and public clouds is a good thing for information control, scalability, burst demand, and failover needs
The Large Hadron Collider in Geneva surpasses the previous mark three times over.