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LinuxWorld to Focus on Virtualization, Strong Enterprise Adoption

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Many CIOs are now implementing Linux and open-source software as policy within their organizations, a sign of how deeply those technologies have penetrated the enterprise, analysts say.

Enterprises Want It All and Want It Now

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Opinion: Patience is no virtue at either end of the tech supply chain.

Artix 4.0

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Review: Version 4.0 of Iona's Artix is not the massive upgrade that the previous version was, but Artix 4.0 does offer some compelling benefits, including business process orchestration development and improved standards support.

Cape Clear ESB 6.6

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Review: The platform provides an intuitive and capable platform for creating, managing and deploying services, processes and data for an SOA infrastructure.

Sonic ESB 7.0

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Review: The ESB pioneer's latest offering is a capable and mature product, continues to offer very powerful tools for integrating diverse business processes and systems.

Open-Source ESBs Provide the Basics

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Review: eWEEK Labs takes a look at two relatively new open-source ESB products.

VMware Tool Allows Macs to Run x86 OSes

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New software that will debut at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference lets Intel-based Macs run x86 operating systems, including Windows and Linux.

Disaster Recovery: Make a Copy, Stay in Business

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From Sept. 11 to Hurricane Katrina, businesses have wrangled with the nuts and bolts of recovering from catastrophes. Data replication software, which copies corporate information to an offsite location, is one of the key components of any disaster-recove

Microsoft: No Virtual PC for Intel-based Macs

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The software maker announces at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference that it is discontinuing support of Visual Basic scripting in the next version of Office for Mac.

VMware to Give Demo at Apples WWDC

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The virtual machine developer plans an announcement and to demonstrate a product, as yet unidentified, at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference.

Debian Linux Adds OpenVZ Virtualization Software

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The OpenVZ virtualization software is built on Linux and creates isolated, secure virtual environments on a single physical server to enable greater server utilization and better availability with fewer performance penalties.

Wyse, VMware Split the Desktop from the PC

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The companies are delivering products to allow companies to host their desktop operating environments and allow employees to access them on inexpensive Wyse hardware.

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