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    IBM's New Appliance Eases IT Headaches as Small Business Server Alternative


    Date added: 2008-11-11


    IBM is helping free small- and medium-sized businesses from the headaches, limitations and costs of current information technology (IT) maintenance with a new appliance -- called IBM Lotus Foundations Start -- that offers customers an easy way to collaborate, as well as the option to reliably run Microsoft Windows on a virtual machine with VMware technology.

     

     



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    Official opening of the National Supercomputing Applications Center


    Date added: 2008-09-09


    From left to right: Plamen Vatchkov, Chairman, State Agency for Information Technology and Communications; Sergey Stanishev, Prime Minister, Republic of Bulgaria; Petar Dimitrov, Minister of the Economy and Energy, Republic of Bulgaria, Peter Tesarik, Vice President, General Business, IBM Central and Eastern Europe, Alexander Rakov, General Manager, IBM Bulgaria

     

     





  • IBM AND LINDEN IN PUSH FOR OPEN, INTEGRATED 3-D 'NET

    IBM and Linden in Push for Open, Integrated 3-D 'Net


    Date added: 2007-10-10


    IBM AND LINDEN IN PUSH FOR OPEN, INTEGRATED 3-D 'NET: Two IBM employees -- represented by their 3-D avatars -- have a discussion prior to a business meeting at the IBM Open Source and Standards office in the virtual world Second Life. IBM and Linden Labs today announced they will work with a broad community of partners to drive open standards and interoperability to enable avatars -- the online persona of visitors to these online worlds -- to move from one virtual world to another with ease, much like you can move from one website to another on the Internet today. The companies see many applications of virtual world technology for business and society in commerce, collaboration, education, training and more.

     

     


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