UPDATE: Pasting BlogTalkRadio player code directly into this post:
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I tried embedding the BlogTalkRadio player here, using the embed feature (Gigya technology), but the player hasn’t showed up here yet. The title arrive on my blog, no problem and I also see player code in my code section…but now player. What gives? I’ll try other ways.
When this gets up and running, this BlogTalkRadio show “Open Port Radio” will be great for my enterprise tech pals at Intel. They’ve been hosting a community for IT pros interested in bringing the latest IT supported technologies into their businesses. I’ve seen some of the most brilliant passion and can-do energy from this team as they try new ways to share insight and connect experts with one another. Here’s a recent conversation they explored on Open Port.
In a big company like Intel, users get their software in a variety of ways – on their desktops, delivered over a network, or some combination of those. Catherine Spence, an enterprise architect with Intel IT Research and Technology Development, studies alternate and emerging compute models for enterprise operations. In this audio podcast, Spence discusses what her group learned through a recent study on the effects of streaming and virtual hosted desktop computing models on server and network utilization. On-demand software, or Software as a Service, is one of the emerging software delivery models showing benefits in boosting productivity and lowering costs.