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Mac Servers Driving Windows -- Really?

A recent report from the Yankee Group about virtualization has some reasonable findings, such as the fact that 75 percent of companies plan to use virtual wares in their datacenters, and that 40 percent of current virtualization customers mix and match technologies from different vendors. That all makes perfect sense.

Here's the shocker: Some 23 percent of enterprises use Mac servers to drive virtual Vista and XP desktops. That is so unbelievable, I actually don't believe it!

What do you think? And do you use Mac servers? If so, how? Share the deets by writing [email protected].

Posted by Doug Barney on August 26, 2008 at 11:52 AM


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