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Tony Maro, CIO of EvriChart, a hospital records management and archiving business, successfully migrated his company's Windows-based line of business document management extranet application and his employees' 40-odd Windows-based desktops to a 100 percent Linux-based server and desktop infrastructure.Jason Perlow interviews Tony Maro, CIO of EvriChart, Inc.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I talk to Jeff Woolsey, Principal Group Program Manager for Virtualization in Microsoft's Windows Server organization, and discuss the many improvements in Microsoft's Hyper-V Type 1 hypervisor in Windows Server 2008 R2.Click Here to Listen to the Frugal Tech Show Podcast.
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The newly-launched AMD Opteron 24xx and 84xx server CPUs have six processor cores. Unlike Intel's Nehalem, which requires entirely new and unproven mainboards, systems, chipsets and sockets, the "Istanbul" is based on existing, mature AMD chipsets and uses the existing 1207-pin Socket F, allowing current Quad-Core Opteron systems to be field upgraded rather than requiring entirely new server purchases.