Neva, Prokofy; Dean, Mark
January 2008
Network World;1/14/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p4
Trade Publication
The article presents various opinions from readers in the U.S. A reader said that the second life for Al-Qaeda group will be used as an opportunity for planning and execution of certain attacks. He adds that the issue is preventing people from understanding what terrorists can use of the issue. Another reader on the issue of a single, dual or multivendor sourcing, states that it is not necessary which is best, what is important is how to handle such technology. The last subscriber on the issue about how virtualization got stolen from network administrations, explains that it happens because virtualization is limited to those who had a complex system in their shop.


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