"Everything old is new again. Such is the case with
virtualization. You'd have to be living in isolation to not know
that it's once again the latest and greatest. However,
virtualization has been around since the days when IBM mainframes
were synonymous with computing. Back then it was all about hardware
partitioning and job sharing.
"Now, virtualization can occur from the chip level up through
the hardware and app layers. This week, IDC's Virtualization Forum
in New York City covered the spectrum of the technology for
skeptical executives not familiar with its history or nuances. And,
in some cases, not aware of its advantages..."
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