Monthly Archives: June 2008

Whitepaper on “VMware Infrastructure 3 in a Cisco Network Environment”

VMware in collaboration with Cisco has just published a Whitepaper on integrating VMware Infrastructure 3 in a Cisco Network Environment. Get the whitepaper here. Even if you don’t rely on Cisco equipment for your Data Center, the whitepaper is a good read for anyone looking to implement VI 3 technology. It gives a good perspective […]

The winner of the Data Center OS wars

If you came here looking for THE one definitive answer, I’m sorry to disappoint you. There is none ! There are lesser contenders for the title than, say, two years back, but the battle is still on. Microsoft released its new virtualisation offering, Hyper-V, on thursday and has decided to take on the golliath of […]

80% of US businesses run Macs

According to a yankee group report, 80% of US businesses run Macs. While the number itself is staggering what is even more interesting is that this percentage is almost double the 47% of mac running businesses from just two years ago. Not surprisingly, a good 28% of these businesses still use virtualisation to run Windows […]

Shopping in Bangkok – 2

Sharninder: This is the second part of the writeup written by my wife on our Bangkok trip. The first part is here. Look around for more Bangkok articles here. SHOPPING Now let me come to the first reason of my love for BKK. The shoes. They do have the best variety, the styles, the colours […]

A week in Bangkok, Thailand

Well! There is a reason why they call Thailand the land of smiles. It is difficult for anyone (esp. women) to not smile when one can shop till they drop and still have things they haven’t explored yet & money they haven’t spent yet.

But to my surprise, shopping is NOT the only thing worth mentioning about BKK (although I’ll keep mentioning it again & again :)). It has lots of other goodies – Authentic tourist hot spots (The Grand Palace, Wat Pho), Thai Foot massage, Food & Drink (street food & beer gardens), Creative window display at Malls, colourful cabs, awesome tuk-tuks, the life saver BTS, weirdest of weird hairstyles & of course the buzz of ‘Swadee-kha’.

Facebook’s cleanup act

No, facebook is not going away. And yes, they’re cleaning up their act. If you are one of those for whom facebook, or FB as the fanboys call it, is the be-all and end-all of social networks, there is some good news and some bad news. The good news is that facebook is working on […]