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Content is King

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Leveraging digital content requires new thinking.

Leostream Keeps VM Systems in Check

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VMC 2.0 eases management chores but faces competition from other vendors.

Coleman Travels Lighter

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Leostream centrally manages camping giant's VMs.

Consolidation in Virtual Reality

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Chu: Deploying virtual machines on larger multiprocessor servers not only allows companies to reduce the number of hardware systems to manage, but also enhances productivity in software development and testing.

Virtual Tape Systems to Get More Capacity

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StorageTek, CA and IBM pump up their mainframe virtual tape systems with added capacity and performance.

Avocent Manages Remote Servers

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Avocent's DSR800, released last month, is a cost-effective eight-port KVM switch.

Virtual Server Under Way

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Virtualization and other mechanisms of server partitioning are growing increasingly common on x86-based servers, and Microsoft will enter the game at year's end, when it expects to ship its first server virtualization product.

Users Get Peek at Virtual Server

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Microsoft Corp. is giving customers an early look at the code for its Virtual Server product, acquired when the company bought the virtual machine assets of Connectix Corp. in February.

Microsoft Virtual Server Eases Migrations

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Microsoft is offering a preview of the pre-beta code for its Virtual Server, which will enable customers to run NT 4 business applications as a virtual machine alongside Windows Server 2003.

VMware Expands Virtual Horizons

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Workstation 4.0 supports more operating systems, lacks SMP capabilities.

Microsoft Patches Critical Virtual Machine Flaw

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Flaw allows attackers to run code on vulnerable computers.

Run What You Need on Whatever You Like

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Peter Coffee: Software providers like Connectix let users buy hardware as hardware, not as a platform adoption.

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