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Green IT: The Real Deal SLIDESHOW

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The buzz around green IT is growing increasingly louder, but what actions are companies really taking to go green?  

Microsoft to Buy Desktop Virtualization Company

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The acquisition of Calista Technologies gives legs to Microsoft's end-to-end virtualization strategy.

VMware Adds Production Assistant Tool

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The new tool, called Stage Manager, looks to give IT administrators an additional tool for testing applications and utilizing resources.

Microsoft Allows All Vista SKUs to Be Virtualized

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Broader industry adoption and security issues fueled the new policy, according to company officials.

Latest Tivoli Lets You Copy Homework to Automate the Data

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The new version of Tivoli aggregates and publishes all the complex moves admins make in change management.

ClearCube Updates Blades and Sentral Virtual Desktop

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The PC blade specialist is rolling out new hardware and offering an update to its Sentral virtual desktop management software.

Storm Worm Stalkers Share Research

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Secure Computing has created Storm Tracker as part of its TrustedSource Web portal to provide the latest information about the storm worm to IT professionals.

VMware Acquisition Looks to Strengthen Desktop Virtualization

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The virtualization giant is acquiring Thinstall, which specializes in application virtualization.

World Series of IT

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Does the Red Sox win portend other East Coast successes?

Is It a Good Idea to Run a Database on a Virtual Machine?

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The eWeek Knowledge Center features IT experts answering questions about the most pertinent enterprise technology issues of the day. This installment features Kevin Closson, Chief Software Architect, HP-PolyServe.

Diane Greene

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OpenVZ Project Comes to Niagara

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The OpenVZ Project's OpenVZ operating system-level server virtualization software is now available for users of Sun Microsystems' UltraSPARC T1 processors.

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