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VMware launches software to crack app problems

The company says Hyperic 4.4 will provide greater visibility into virtualized environments

PDC – Microsoft unveils Windows Azure cloud computing platform

The service-based operating environment competes with Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud as a scalable hosting and development platform, says Microsoft chief software architect Ray Ozzie

Why SaaS could make your IT skills irrelevant

The IT industry is now preparing for a new round of upheaval as a result of SaaS adoption of offerings from the likes of Google (with its Google Apps) and that let users run applications via the Internet

Free public Wi-Fi in Harvard Square launched by businesses, city

As home to one of the world's top universities, Harvard Square normally hosts the exchange of ideas, but can now host the exchange of data, too. Last week a number of businesses and organizations partnered to launch free public Wi-Fi for users within a half mile of the square in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Fibre Channel over Ethernet standard “coming along beautifully”

Work on the proposed protocol could come to first vote in June, says committee chair

Japan ahead of US on high-speed Internet access front

The Washington Post last month ran an article on "Japan's Warp-Speed Ride to Internet Future," in which it paints an impressive picture of the current and future state of residential Internet service in Japan, while not saying much good about what has been happening in the United States.

Patience pays off for utility

Some IT projects take a long time to come to fruition. The campaign to get Newfoundland Power to switch to a virtualized environment for its office, ERP and billing systems took half a decade.

KVM 15 equipped with live migration

Xen has been the hot topic in the paravirtualization area for some years now -- the first "stable" release was announced in 2003 -- but the code remains outside of the mainline Linux kernel.

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