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Microsoft & Novell - Interoperability for Virtualization: Reducing the Complexity

It is going is take place on December 12th 2007.

Computerworld Canada Technology Insights is coming to Toronto! Join Dan McLean, Editor-in-Chief, IT World Canada and his guest John Humphreys, Program Director, Enterprise Platform Group, IDC at this half-day event on Interoperability for Virtualization: Reducing the Complexity, sponsored by Microsoft and Novell. You and your peers will learn about the latest options for taking advantage of Windows and Linux interoperability:

  • Is there a smooth path for reducing complexity in typical heterogeneous data centres?
  • In a world of complex interoperability how can the introduction of virtualization impact your environment?
  • Is Windows and Linux interoperability a reality today and can these operating systems reduce data centre complexity?



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