IT market researchers Gartner recommend that corporations view IBM’s “Blue Cloud” portfolio as a first step towards cloud computing but as no more.more »
IBM has published plans for its own network service for IT infrastructures under the "Blue Cloud" heading.more »
The hot topic of virtualization has developed into a must have for any vendor’s portfolio: following Oracle, Sun has now announced its own virtualization and management platform titled xVM.more »
At Oracle’s own Open World fair in San Francisco, Oracle recently presented a virtualization software titled Oracle VM, based on the free Xen virtualization solution.more »
The official test phase for VMware Server 2 by virtualization specialists VMware has now started. The final version is due for release in 2008 and will be free of charge.more »
Linux distributor Red Hat has updated its enterprise platform Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and released version 5.1.more »
The J2SS Blade Center triggers a new virtualization drive. The Linux-friendly system helps operators save electricity.more »
Novell has just announced that Open Enterprise Server 2 is now available to customers worldwide. Open Enterprise Server 2 features 64-bit software service support, storage management enhancements and NetWare virtualisation. Novell Open Enterprise Server combines workgroup services from Novell with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, completing Novell's Open Enterprise Server shift to providing workgroup services entirely on Linux.more »
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New cloud combines worldwide access with local attention to data security.
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Authorities in 16 countries take action against users of the imfamous BlackShades malware tool.