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  • v. Present participle of virtualise.

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  • Its Infectious Diseases Centre of Excellence for External Drug Discovery (ID CEEDD) will focus on 'virtualising' a portion of the infectious diseases pipeline by forming multiple risk-sharing / reward-sharing alliances.

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  • However, virtualising will murder your framerates, and that's only for simple games without hardware acceleration. jsmorley

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  • However, virtualising will murder your framerates, and that's only for simple games without hardware acceleration.

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  • In effect, what I'm proposing is a slight change to how switches are configured, to make managing a large redundant network easier; then virtualising and distributing the routing/firewalling job.

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  • The support stance for virtualising Exchange Server 2010 SP1 has changed significantly over the last few days and seems pretty unambiguous.

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  • You might get the odd CIO who says they are virtualising and they're going to save money on power, but that's just a nice added by-product.

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  • Maxnet is virtualising across multiple datacentres and across components of its services, including firewalls, load balancing and the network itself, he says.

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  • But there is no point in virtualising only one slice of the system.

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  • For organisations that are looking at desktop virtualisation, rolling out anti-virus within the guest machines is still a necessary step, even though virtualising the session makes any patching or virus clean-up much easier and faster.

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  • CDW report highlights why organisations are not virtualising more applications, including the view that "some applications may not be supported by their vendors in a virtual state".

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