Archive for January, 2010

Virtual Machines Are Not Free

January 18, 2010

Alex Bakman, founder and CEO of VKernel writes an excellent paper on evaluating costs of virtual machines titled, “Virtual Machines Are Not Free”. You can read the report at Vkernel’s site. I never fail to be amazed at the notion some business owners ferverently hold to, that one copy of software entitles one to install […]

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Virtual QuickBooks Multi User Into The Cloud

January 15, 2010

Extending our understanding of routine software tools such as QuickBooks Multi User sets the stage for us to profit from new technologies. Most of us know the QuickBooks icon well. Our common frame of reference allows us to explore over-used, over-hyped technology terms like virtual computing, virtualization, cloud computing, cloud services and the cloud, in […]

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Virtualization Cost For Small To Medium Businesses

January 11, 2010

Advertising builds expectations that lead to sales pipelines loaded with prospects armed with the seeds of anticipated pricing. Virtualization rapidly rose to the top of technical must-haves for businesses looking to upgrade their computing infrastructure. Recently, Dell promoted it’s virtualization with an interesting ad. I don’t often get such a clear opportunity to demonstrate the […]

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