Tag Archives: SnapStream

VMWare and Virtual Server 2005 R2

I mentioned previously that I’m a big fan of virtualization and all the attendant advantages that come with it. For many tasks, speed is less relevant than flexibility, and virtualization of operating systems gives flexibility to you in spades. You … Continue reading

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20% time…at Google, and SnapStream

20% time…it’s one of those mythically interesting things that Google does.  Basically, you get 20% of your time to work on any other project.  Keep in mind it has to be something potentially useful…it can’t be “Doing my laundry”.  Besides, … Continue reading

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On VPN’s and routing troubles

VPN’s, or Virtual Private Networks, are a bit of a tricky beast.  VPN’s allow remote clients or sites to join with your internal network as if they are right there in the building.  Hence the “Virtual” part of the term.  … Continue reading

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