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LarryM99
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re: Intel cloud computing program on the rise
LarryM99   3/8/2011 6:53:29 PM
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If Intel isn't working on adding tablet interfaces to these cloud applications then they are missing a huge bet. The combination of mobility, larger display size, and network orientation make that a natural combination. Use an HTML5 interface for them and you might just have a prototype of the business app platform for the next five years. Larry M.

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re: Intel cloud computing program on the rise
Warren3   3/8/2011 6:45:20 PM
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Would a solution be sane if it didn't?

chanj0
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re: Intel cloud computing program on the rise
chanj0   3/8/2011 3:00:10 PM
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The antivirus scan engine can be pushed to hardware level. Yet, firewall will have a little bit difficulty unless it is sitting on the network chip which is sitting at the very front. If this is what Intel's ambitious, the McAfee deal seems a logical move. Any related articles or press release in this topics are welcomed.

markhahn0
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re: Intel cloud computing program on the rise
markhahn0   3/8/2011 5:03:44 AM
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Intel should stick to chips. it just doesn't do well when it tries to push software stuff. (trust within a VM? not theoretically possible, so why dress it up with chrome and whitewalls?)

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re: Intel cloud computing program on the rise
goafrit   3/7/2011 9:48:18 PM
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Intel will clone security inside chip and make all other security systems obsolete. Imagine? Hardware with Macafee level security.

_hm
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re: Intel cloud computing program on the rise
_hm   3/7/2011 9:34:08 PM
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Cloud computing looks very promising. Alongwith computing, will it also provide backup and storage for data?

chanj0
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re: Intel cloud computing program on the rise
chanj0   3/7/2011 9:13:42 PM
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One of the biggest concerns of cloud computing is security? How does Intel address this area? Any link to more information is appreciated.



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