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Loyola College Graduate Programs in Computer Science & Software Engineering

Volume 2, April 2009

Issue 2

In this issue, we discuss virtualization and introduce a company using it to promote harmony in the Middle East. The Director's Database has important information for current graduate students. You'll also find events and announcements. As we mentioned in Issue 1, we welcome any comments, suggestions for topics, relevant announcements, and the like. Contact us.

Pictures within picturesComputers Within Computers

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, more than likely, it's a duck. With a computer, not so much. It could be virtual.

Consider a company which produces workflow software supported under Windows, XP, Vista, linux, and Mac OSX. It's time for a new release. All of the supported flavors can be tested on a single computer. The idea

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g.ho.st desktopCooperation in the Middle East Through Virtualization

Zvi Schreiber promotes virtual computing worldwide and very real human cooperation in the Middle East.

Schreiber's 70-employee company, G.ho.st, offers a virtual operating system. Any user, on any Internet-connected computer in the world, can log into G.ho.st's virtual desktop to write

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Dave Binkley, DirectorDirector's Database

Two meetings: one past, one future.

First meeting - in March, the graduate faculty gathered. This annual meeting is aimed at

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In This Issue


April 7, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Open house and Graduate Program Information Session @ Columbia campus

April 8, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Open house and Graduate Program Information Session @ Timonium campus

April 28, 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Loyola Advanced Technology Forum @ Columbia campus

May 15
Enrollment deadline for Summer session

August 15
Enrollment deadline for Fall session

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