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By Edward H. Baker  |  Posted 04-01-2003 Print
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What's in a Name?

Vendors, consultants and analysts are already trying to brand their version of utility computing.

Adaptive Enterprise – Cap Gemini Ernst & Young

Dynamic Systems Initiative – Microsoft Corp.

e-Business on Demand – IBM corp.

N1 – Sun Microsystems inc.

On-Demand Computing – EDS corp.

Organic IT – Forrester Research inc.

Policy-Based Computing – Gartner inc.

Real-Time Enterprise – Gartner inc.

Utility Data Center (UDC) – Hewlett-Packard co.



 

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