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August 15, 2003 By Tenon Intersystems

iTools (OS X)

iTools is a family of tools essential for serious commercial content delivery and eCommerce. iTools for Mac OS X extends and enhances...

September 22, 2003 By Brian Hill

MacJanitor

MacJanitor is designed to be used on a periodic basis by Mac OS X 1.0 users who don't leave their computers on 24 hours a day. MacJanitor...

August 29, 2012 by

IBM zEnterprise EC12 and the next generation data center

Back in 2007, Virtually Speaking published a number of articles about the next generation data center and what it would look like. IBM announced the zEnterprise EC12. It appears to offer everything laid out in that grand vision. Is this something your organization should consider?

May 15, 2013 By Linpus Technologies

Linux Linpus Lite

Linpus Lite Desktop Edition is an extremely powerful yet versatile desktop, notebook, hybrid and ultrabook Linux operating system....

October 5, 2010 by

Pano Logic Launches Pano System 3.5

Suppliers have been looking at organizations' herd of desktop systems and have been thinking about ways to simplify installation, updates and overall management without either causing a user revolt because everything works differently than before and thus, a negative impact on staff member's productivity. Pano Logic has been one of those suppliers.

March 31, 2009 by

Cassatt extends orchestration to include Parallels Virtuozzo Containers

As I've often pointed out, enterprise datacenters are complex environments having an amazing collection of systems that include mainframes, midrange systems and industry standard systems. Technology that only supports one of these platforms clearly just adds to the burden organizations are facing. Simply uprooting and replacing these established citizens of the datacenter isn't really the right answer here and now. Integration is a better answer.

January 15, 2009 by

HP intensifies the mainframe battle

HP is claiming new business by convincing old mainframe users that escalating cost, inability to support business agility and the limited availability of modern software were reasons to switch.

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