Commentary
Content posted in February 2010
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Global CIO: Software Patents And The CIO
Commentary  |  2/1/2010  | 
Patent attorney Stephen Glazier weighs in on two recent developments, which dictate a more hands-on IT organization approach to intellectual property.
Server Den: Inside HP's Converged Infrastructure
Commentary  |  2/1/2010  | 
Gary Thome, chief architect of HP's Infrastructure Software and Blades group, talks power and cooling like you've never heard it before. Plus, why he thinks Hewlett-Packard's data-center play tops Cisco.
Oracle-Sun High-Performance Computing: Still Committed?
Commentary  |  2/1/2010  | 
"Unfortunately for high-performance computing lovers everywhere, there was nary a mention of HPC in Oracle's merger party on Wednesday," says HPCwire. "And while nothing was explicitly said to indicate Sun's HPC customers would be ditched, Oracle's focus right now is obviously on business computing, not scientific computing." What's the future for HPC at Oracle/Sun?
Linux's Hypervisor Complex
Commentary  |  2/1/2010  | 
Why doesn't the Linux community brag more? When I was asked to moderate an upcoming InformationWeek Government webinar with Fred Osborne from Red Hat, I immediately thought about discussing the differences between Linux hypervisors versus Microsoft's Hyper-V. When you look at the market as a whole, Linux owns the space. VMware is built on a Linux kernel, so is Xen. Red Hat is naturally all about Linux and builds upon the open source KVM. I realize they're all competitors, but they have a commo
Adobe Lashes Back At Apple And The Web
Commentary  |  2/1/2010  | 
In response to the heated discussion occurring all over the Internet, Adobe is striking back. It posted a new blog that claims "a lot of the speculation [Adobe is] hearing for why Flash Player isn't on the iPad doesn't make sense."
Informatica Starts 2010 with a Bang
Commentary  |  2/1/2010  | 
In a move that will send (pleasant) tremors in the world of data management, Informatica snapped up leading MDM vendor Siperian. I'm excited by this event, and here's why.
Android To Reign Supreme By 2013
Commentary  |  2/1/2010  | 
Android is predicted to surpass the iPhone and Blackberry platforms by 2013 becoming the second largest smartphone platform. Only Nokia's Symbian will be on more phones sold that year.
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