Server virtualization technology allows you to run multiple operating systems and applications on the same machine. You don't have to install, power, cool, administer, integrate or accommodate an actual server. You eliminate the risk of a dedicated physical server failing; resulting in lost productivity and useless downtime.
In the dedicated server world, each single piece of hardware is a potential point of failure; when one goes down its associated applications are unavailable until the server is fixed. A Virtual Dedicated Server can help you solve this problem along with many others.
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The next iPad Mini may not be the Retina version, says NPD DisplaySearch. It could be a version with a faster chip -- and possibly thinner too. Originally posted at News - Apple
After a months-long battle between Dish and SoftBank over Sprint, the satellite company abandons its $25.5 billion bid for the wireless carrier to focus on "completing the Clearwire tender offer."
Committee says activist investor's latest proposal lacks adequate financing and a remedy for the company and its shareholders if his proposal were to fail.
The chipmaker says its GPU technology could show up in other companies' processors for everything from smartphones to supercomputers in a couple years.
The company's Creative Cloud subscriber base grew to 700,000 in the second quarter, but Adobe is considering other options to woo those who don't like the monthly payment plan.
Todd Bradley steps down from HP's PC and printer unit to be replaced by Dion Weisler, a former Lenovo and Acer executive. HP is hoping the two can form an executive tag team to tackle China and Lenovo.
The chipmaker will roll out a 64-bit ARM processor in the second half of 2014.
Hedge fund Third Point, a major Sony stockholder, is pushing the company to separate its entertainment arm into its own company.
The company has contact app provider Xobni and video app maker Qwiki in its sights, according to AllThings D. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
The company's graphics chips are finding a foothold in neural networks, a biology-inspired form of computing that is moving from research to commercial tasks like Google's photo recognition. Originally posted at News - Cutting Edge