Virtual concerns

Friday, 1 December 2006, 1:52 PM EST

Administrators, developers, and power users are starting up new virtual workstations and servers with every new corporate breath. Multiple real servers can be consolidated into one larger, more powerful virtual server platform; just pack a single server with a lot of memory and a very fast CPU. Need another server? Just clone an existing one. Didnít mean to install that software program and cause blue screens? Just revert to a previous snapshot.

At InfoWorld.

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