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Old 01-25-2011, 12:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Deja Vu: IBM Pushes Virtual Linux Desktops With Virtual Bridges (Again)

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IBM on Jan. 24 launched a Virtual Desktop for Smart Business push -- which allows Windows or Linux desktops to be hosted and managed centrally. I'm intrigued. But the Big Blue effort sounds suspiciously like a previous initiative called the IBM Client for Smart Work package, launched in 2009 with Virtual Bridges and Canonical's Ubuntu. So how does IBM's latest virtual desktop push differ from earlier efforts? Here's the update.



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