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Many IT Admins Still Not Sold on Virtualization

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A survey reveals that less than half of respondents believe they are using it effectively.

Sun Looks to VirtualBox to Attract Developers

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By buying Innotek's virtualization software, Sun plans to bolster its own xVM Server offering.

Sun Acquiring Desktop Virtualization Specialist

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Updated: The OEM is buying Innotek, a German company that has developed virtualization software for clients.

Intel: No Dominant Computer Model for Enterprises

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The company favors OS and application streaming, but its studies find none of the centralized computing models will dominate the business world.

McAfee Lays Out 2008 Road Map

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Endpoint security opportunities are a key part of McAfee's plans for the current year.

McAfee Bucks Glum Outlook

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Enterprise business and international sales fueled McAfee's strong growth.

Citrix: A One-Stop Virtualization Shop?

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The integration of XenSource and rebranding of Presentation Server create more viable choices and un-muddy the virtualization waters, analysts say.

VMware Gives Health Care Prescription

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Virtualized desktop infrastructure can help health care providers improve security and compliance and reduce costs. 

Green Grid: No Easy Way to Go Green

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At the consortium's first technical meeting, lots of companies discuss going green, but there's no one way to build a greener data center.

Windows Server 2008 Is Microsoft's Leanest, Meanest Yet

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Networking enhancements, a reduced attack surface and virtualization capabilities earn Windows Server 2008 eWEEK Labs' Analyst's Choice award.  

F5 Networks Launches New Data Center Manager

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F5's virtualization software platform can run on any server hardware.

Symantec Virtualizes Message Traffic Security

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Symantec has optimized a new version of its messaging security appliance for virtual environments.

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