The hacks are apparently just the beginning of document dumps and defacements for its day of protest, the 5th of November, aka Guy Fawkes Day.
In Las Vegas, virtualization software maker says hypervisor update enables users to change RAM allocated to virtual machines sans reboot, configure them with up to eight virtual CPUs.
In 3Tera, one of the earliest providers of cloud-computing software systems, CA is getting both customers and technology.
QNAP shows off its first Intel Atom dual-core-based NAS servers at CES 2010.
While a number of these technologies have their roots in the prior decade, it's the noughts that saw the pieces fall into place that let them truly change the landscape.
Virtual environments have as many security risks as their physical counterparts. Users need to take security into consideration throughout their design process.
St. Vincent's Medical Center switches to desktop virtualization and sees big savings in both staff time and electric bills.
3Leaf has developed hardware and software that melds multiple small servers into a single large SMP system.
Red Hat's analyst day highlights a good financial condition and lays out a road map of things to come.
The Deltacloud project aims to provide a "cloud broker" API that will let applications, scripts, and tools be created once and then used across public and private clouds.