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EMC grabs Intel exec; other news

Barbara Darrow, Senior News Director
Report: EMC poached Gelsinger from Intel

Pat Gelsinger, a top Intel Corp. exec, is reportedly heading to EMC Corp. The Wall Street Journal reported the news Monday morning. Gelsinger led Intel's

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massive chip business and will apparently take on EMC's bread-and-butter storage products and is seen as a possible heir to EMC CEO Joe Tucci. EMC also promoted long-time executive Howard Elias to head its service business.

Virtualized Exchange: It's doable now

The thought of virtualizing Exchange Server used to be a non-starter. Not so anymore, as several vendors now offer guidance on how to virtualize the messaging platform without incurring server downtime, according to SearchExchange.com.

At VMworld 2009, there was a packed session on this topic. The goal is to ease management, boost resource utilization and cut server downtime using live migration capabilities in VMware, XenServer or Hyper-V R2 server virtualization products.

Amazon hands out security tokens

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is working with Gemalto NV to sell Gemalto's Ezio Time token one-time password devices for use with AWS accounts. The devices sell for $12.99 and, once activated, generate a random password every 30 seconds for a user's AWS login. Use of that token will not affect the encryption keys used with AWS accounts, according to SearchCloudComputing.com.

Anyone can access AWS using a credit card and an email account -- something that gives some enterprises pause. That is why Amazon is looking at ways to bolster the security of its services and user confidence in them.

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