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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.

Some Ideas are Born Great—and Get Greater

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Some technologies don't get older, they get better.

VMwares App Makes the Cut

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GSX Server 2.5 is a good choice for server consolidation; boasts an improved management interface

Web Conference Call

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Labs works with UW system to find virtual replacement for meetings.

SnapVantage Links StorageTek Arrays to IBM zSeries Servers

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Storage Technology Corp. this week will announce SnapVantage virtualization software for connecting StorageTek's Shared Virtual Array products to IBM's zSeries Linux-based virtual servers.

ADIC Buys Tape Startup V-Stor

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Tape industry player Advanced Digital Information Corp. this week acquired the intellectual property and staff of virtual tape start-up V-Stor LLC for an undisclosed price.

Keyboard System Shows Virtual Touch

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Canesta 'electronic perception technology' creates 3-D map of an image.

Government Hosting Virtual IT Job Fair

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The Federal CIO Council and the Office of Personnel Management will host a virtual IT job fair that will run April 22-26 at the OPM's site.

Virtual Storage Still on Horizon

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A year since the promises began, storage virtualization is still little more than a blip on the screen, though some vendors are trying to push ahead.

Lets Pretend Its Hardware

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Connectix's Virtual PC 5.0 enables concurrent sessions of as many operating systems (including different versions of Windows, OS/2 or Linux) as your hardware can handle-and runs those sessions on a Macintosh.

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