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Comment Re:The meaning of the article is unclear (Score 0) 192

I agree. As I was stating above.. "You can't forget that even though you're centralizing the entirety of the software suite, we then fall into a issue of having developer platform utilities side by side with the front desk secretary. I agree that it reduces cost but you have to take affirmative action towards the security aspect, if not you'll soon see serious repercussions." This is a great technology but we have to find a middle ground to stand on before "releasing the hounds"..

Comment Re:Cost-Performance Utopia (Score 0) 192

Right, I misspoke. Thanks for the correction. I agree with the fact of centralizing the software suite to reduce cost in business practices. I agree streamlining apps is the way to go, however there are going to be downsides to this as well. You can't forget that even though you're centralizing the entirety of the software suite, we then fall into a issue of having developer platform utilities side by side with the front desk secretary. I agree that it reduces cost but you have to take affirmative action towards the security aspect, if not you'll soon see serious repercussions.

Comment Re:Cost-Performance Utopia (Score 1, Insightful) 192

In other words instead of going out and purchasing, let's say, a Xen license to run a cluster of VMs (as my company does). They're pushing to trump the VM industry with their own software. How this differs from the rest? I haven't the slightest clue. I honestly don't think it's even worth looking into. All they can say is the the VM Manager will reduce your budget to a fraction of what it is with the competitor, but isn't that the whole point of capitalizing on technology????

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