Sunday, September 19, 2021

Serdar Yegulalp

The New Browser Wars: Chrome vs. IE vs. Firefox

Just when you thought the browser wars were long-dead, they’ve roared back to life in a totally new incarnation. At stake this time is nothing less than...

Desktop Virtualization: Overview and Software

Desktop virtualization software uses technology that is similar to its more popular cousin, server virtualization. What’s different is how they’re presented to the end user. Server...

The Leading Enterprise Linux Vendors

The conventional wisdom about Linux is that it isn’t owned or created by any one company, but instead a whole group of players that give and take...

Private Cloud

ALSO SEE: Cloud Computing: What is Private Cloud? Private cloud A private cloud is a cloud computing infrastructure created by an organization for its own internal use, rather...

Hypervisor

A hypervisoris a software technology used in virtualization, which allows several operating systems to run side-by-side on a given piece of hardware. Unlike conventional virtual-computing programs, a hypervisor...

What is a Thin Client? Types, Uses & Examples

Thin Client: • Trends in Thin Client Computing • Top Five Thin Client Hardware Vendors • What's a Thin Client? • Thin Client Desktops Offer Cost Savings A thin...

Virtual PC

A virtual PC, or a PC with desktop virtualization software, is an end-user implementation of virtual computing where a desktop application (rather than a server) is used...

Ten Challenges Facing Cloud Computing

ALSO SEE: Are SaaS/Cloud Computing Vendors Offering Questionable Contracts? There’s been at least as much healthy skepticism about cloud computing as there has been optimism and...

SAN Services

ALSO SEE: Can SAN Services Replace Your Storage Network? AND: Implementing SAN Services SAN services is an increasingly popular technology used by businesses seeking greater flexibility in their data...

What’s Java’s Future?

With all of the screaming about the fate of MySQL under Oracle's thumb, there's been far less discussion about a much more important software project...

The Limits of Linux’s ‘Live Free or Die’

Linux’s main merit, as a kernel and an ecosystem, is its open source nature. That means the software that runs on it has little choice...

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