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There are so many changes to security and the Windows Registry in Windows Server 2008 that some things are bound to produce unexpected results.
As we consolidate and use virtualisation, the larger boxes we deploy will require vast amounts of RAM. And unlike the processor, RAM can't simply be powered down.
The IP Innovation patent appears incredibly far-reaching. It’s not only Red Hat and Novell that are affected.
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DBam Systems has produced network acceleration as part of its network and bandwidth management box of tricks that an independent test demonstrated, could download a compressed file 10,000 faster ...
Oracle is seeking to buy BEA, presumably for the market leading Java 2.0 application server, a product it has until now totally ignored. One wonders where that leaves its own Fusion middleware?
Rich internet applications lock users into proprietary Internet technologies. They ensure the hardware companies can continue to push more computing power, higher definition graphics and sound and ...
More often than not, Vista fails to install applications because the Microsoft installation script (MSI) hardwires the operating system. Fix the script and the application should install.
Anyone attempting to swap out a core component of their SOA infrastructure, will need to undertake extensive integration work to ensure the new component provides an exactly identical programming ...
I guess Microsoft has to offer online capabilities, but Google and now Adobe appear to have the upper hand
Microsft Office Live and Office Online are not really that different to what we can do already. Shared workspaces is not a new idea.