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- Microsoft: The Great Open Source Advocate?
- DreamWorks uses Red Hat cloud to cut filmmaking costs
- Hacker News | Adobe on "HTML5"
- Disrupting the Media Industry
"The fact is WhoRunsGov, with this new content moderation capability, is groundbreaking and has the potential to be disruptive to the newspaper industry as a whole. This is the first time a media organization has opened access to this extent. Now readers can meaningfully contribute to site’s content, and the technology enables this without ceding the editorial control the Washington Post must maintain."
- Driving OSGi and Private Cloud Convergence Paremus announces availability of Paremus Service Fabric v1.5
Sounds like using OSGi to run cloud-based applications to me.
- Nexus SC: The System Center Team Blog : Announcing System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3
- "Who's Hot In Business Service Management: An Overview Of Vendors Offering BSM Solutions"
Forrester report on BSM landscape, brought to you by BMC.
- Microsoft funds effort for open source dialogue
- Joyent Launches Virtual Appliance for MySQL — Sets New Speed Benchmark for Database in the Cloud
- Microsoft creates CodePlex Foundation to facilitate open source contributions
- Microsoft founds, funds a new open-source foundation | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com
- Adobe acquires Web platform builder
"Business Catalyst offers an all-in-one Web site platform for Web professionals to build online businesses for clients at a fraction of the time and cost, without requiring any programming, Adobe said in a statement."
- SAP: Still no ship date for long-promised small business ERP suite
- Story – Adobe Labs
"Adobe Story is a collaborative scriptwriting tool for film, broadcast, and rich media. Adobe Story enables the online pre-production workflow for those who want to collaborate and expand their ideas anytime, anywhere, with anyone."
- Adobe upgrades, changes name of rich media content controller
- Firefox 4.0 developers granted year of living dangerously
- Silverlight swallows off-line DRM pill
- Ubuntu's Koala food arrives on shelves
- Desktop virtualization • Reg Whitepapers
"The early evidence is that desktop virtualization will be a ‘slow burn’ rather than an overnight revolution. The clear cost-benefit of server virtualization is not directly applicable to desktop virtualization, whose benefits are more in terms of flexibility and operational efficiency. While these do translate into financial savings, they are not yet sufficiently compelling to make the desktop the next default target for virtualization. However, it will undoubtedly find its place.
– and with VDI placed next to Thin Client, the increased options that result should make desktop virtualization more applicable on the whole."
- Dell – Dell Unveils Efficient Enterprise Computing Portfolio, Freeing Customers from Costly and Proprietary Technology