[IAEP] (For SoaS on Macs) FW: Oracle What’s New Webinar: Introducing Oracle VM VirtualBox 3.2

Caryl Bigenho cbigenho at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 21 10:57:05 EDT 2010

If you are a Mac user and want to run SoaS using Virtual Box, this may interest you.
Cheers!Caryl (Mac/Apple user since 1979!)

Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2010 21:46:56 -0700
To: cbigenho at hotmail.com
Subject: Oracle What’s New Webinar: Introducing Oracle VM  VirtualBox 3.2
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View this Webinar on Oracle VM VirtualBox 3.2 features.

Oracle VM VirtualBox 3.2: The Must-Have Virtualization Tool for IT Professionals

Oracle VM VirtualBox enables desktop or laptop computers to simultaneously run multiple operating systems, allowing users to get the most flexibility and performance out of their computers. The new Oracle VM VirtualBox 3.2 offers even more benefits, including enhanced performance and easier management.

Join Andy Hall, Oracle VM VirtualBox Product Manager, on June 24, 2010, for an Oracle VM VirtualBox 3.2 Webinar. Find out why Oracle VM VirtualBox has been!
  downloaded more than 26 million times and learn about powerful new features such as:  

In-hypervisor networking, an improved storage I/O subsystem, remote video acceleration, and support for the latest Intel processors
Easier management of virtual machines with improved snapshot capabilities, enhancement to Open Virtualization Format VMs, and more flexible virtual machine configuration options, including multiple virtual monitors and hot-pluggable virtual CPUs
More guest platforms

Register now online for the FREE Webinar.

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Join us for this Webinar.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

9 a.m. PT/12 noon ET 

Andy Hall,

Oracle VM VirtualBox Product Manager 

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