In this report, ZDNet Australia looks at some of the pitfalls and promises of virtualisation security.
And Later:WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 — When President Bush is asked what he plans to do when he leaves office, he often replies curtly: "I don't have that much time to think beyond my presidency" or "I'm going to sprint to the finish."
'he had no recollection of it' Sound familiar? Will this be how this administration is seen by posterity?Mr. Draper said Mr. Bush took issue with him for unearthing details of a meeting in April 2006 at which he took a show-of-hands vote on the future of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, who was among his closest advisers. Mr. Bush told Mr. Draper he had no recollection of it, but he said he disagreed with the implication that he regularly governed by staff vote. (According to Mr. Draper's book, the vote was 7 to 4 for Mr. Rumsfeld's ouster, with Mr. Bush being one of the no votes. Mr. Rumsfeld stayed on months longer.)
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