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SYS-CON Launches Desktop Virtualization Journal

Ulitzer site traffic is projected to exceed all, IDG, CMP, eWeek sites combined

SYS-CON Media announced today the launch of Desktop Virtualization Journal to keep i-technology industry well-informed and help them make the right purchase decisions for desktop virtualization, application virtualization and virtual desktop infrastructure technologies..

With more than 2,700 articles, blog entries, news stories, and opinion pieces Desktop Virtualization Journal offers more knowledge and information than all other sites on this subject put together.

Desktop Virtualization Journal is the first site dedicated exclusively to helping desktop architects, IT directors, IT managers and their staffs tasked with understanding desktop virtualization technologies from Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, and the many newer specialized companies that offer unique approaches to virtual desktop delivery.Desktop Virtualization Journal delivers a single online point of information for best practices and business strategies that can lead to successful deployment of desktop virtualization.

Desktop Virtualization Journal is founded by JP Morgenthal and edited by Marueen O'Gara.

SYS-CON Media is the unmatched i-technology media leader (and the only profitable company in its space) including its Virtualization media offerings: 5th International Virtualization Conference & Expo, Virtualization Magazine, VMware Journal, 3Tera Journal, Ceedo Virtualization Journal, Certeon Journal, Citrix Virtualization Journal, as well as more than 5,000 customized technology magazines and journals, updated daily. See list here. Follow news updates here.

5,000 New Technology Topics Going Live on Ulitzer! announced today that it will launch 5,000 new technology magazines (here), contributed by more than 16,000 most respected technology authors (here).

The content of each site is updated daily with breaking news, blog entries, and by lined articles. Top stories on all topics are refreshed every hour, 24 hours per day. Readers can subscribe to email alerts for new stories, and authors can submit articles to contribute to their favorite topics.

Technology authors can easily create their author sites and start contributing to the topics of their choice. Authors who currently have blogs elsewhere can easily set up a feed from their existing blogs to their Ulitzer pages, where they earn 100% of the Google AdSense revenue generated through their Ulitzer pages as well as their syndicated story sites. will be beta-launched in March. site traffic is projected to be more than, IDG, CMP, and eWeek sites combined 12 months after its launch.

Ulitzer will launch with more than 1 million original articles.

The new topic sites will include:

a) technologies,
b) products and
c) companies.

Technology topics are edited and contributed by independent Ulitzer authors. Product or Company topics are available as sponsored sites.

All SYS-CON 2009 conference sponsors and exhibitors will have a complimentary topic site as part of their sponsorship package. All other custom product or company site sponsorship opportunities can be obtained from Carmen Gonzalez, 201 802-3021, advertising (at)

Sample Ulitzer topic sites:.

3PAR Virtualization Journal -
3Tera Cloud Journal -
AccuRev Magazine -
ActivIdentity Magazine -
Adobe AIR Journal -
Agile Software Development -
Agilysys Tech Journal -
Altor Networks -
Apache Web Server -
APC Journal -
AppSense Virtualization Journal -
Appcelerator RIA Journal -
Apptricity Journal -
Artificial Intelligence Journal -
Astaro Journal -
Backup Outsourcing Journal -
Careers and Employment Journal -
Ceedo Virtualization Journal -
CEOs in Technology Journal -
Certeon Virtualization Journal -
Change Leadership Journal -
Chief Networking Officer Journal -
Chief Information Officer Journal -
Citrix Virtualization Journal -
Cloud Computing Magazine -
Cloud Interoperability Magazine -
Cloudonomics Journal -
CMS Journal -
Comodo Encryption -
Composite Software Journal -
Cordys Journal -
CTO Journal -
Cycle Computing Journal -
Data Mining Journal -
Desktop Virtualization Journal -
Drupal Developer's Journal -
eCommerce Journal -
Electronic Redaction -
Green Hills Software Journal -
Grid Dynamics Journal -
HP Virtualization Journal -
ICEfaces RIA Journal -
Infrastructure Journal -
Intel Virtualization Journal -
iPhone Developer -
iPhone for Business -
IT Certifications Journal -
iTKO LISA Journal -
J2EE Journal -
J9 Technologies Journal -
JavaBlackBelt Journal -
JBoss App Server Journal -
Krugle Journal -
LynuxWorks Journal -
Memopal Cloud Storage Journal -
Mimecast Journal -
Moderro Cloud Journal -
Mojiva News -
Mosso Cloud Journal -
Multi-Touch Developer Journal -
Netmagic Solutions Journal -
Nexaweb Web 2.0 Journal -
BlueDragon Journal -
OpSource Cloud Journal -
OSGi Journal -
PlateSpin Journal -
Platform Computing Journal -
Rackspace Hosting Journal -
Red Hat Journal -
RIA Developer's Journal -
RightScale Cloud Journal -
SEO Journal -
Splunk Journal -
SSL Journal -
Stoneware Journal -
Sun Developer Journal -
Supermicro Journal -
Symantec Virtualization Journal -
Tap In Systems Journal -
TIBCO Developer Journal -
Tidal Software Journal -
Tripwire Virtualization Journal -
Twitter Journal -
Ubuntu Linux Journal -
Virtualization Magazine -
VisualWebGui AJAX Journal -
VMware Journal -
WSO2 SOA Journal -
Xandros Cloud Journal -
XML Magazine -

Initiating news coverage on any topic or launching a magazine at, which is currently in pre-beta, is designed to be as easy as boiling an egg and doesn't take much longer. For details of how to become a Ulitzer user, please contact editorial (at) Once you've been handed the keys, you will be able to associate your future Web presence to whichever topic or topics suit you best.

The full list of topics and magazines being brought on stream via Ulitzer can be viewed here, and a list of more than 6,000 peer reviewed authors published on Ulitzer can be viewed here.

By 2015, three out of five books will be published at Ulitzer. TIME, The New York Times, and Scientific American will be replaced by Ulitzer in the next five years!

More Stories By Salvatore Genovese

Salvatore Genovese is a Cloud Computing consultant and an i-technology blogger based in Rome, Italy. He occasionally blogs about SOA, start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, open source and bleeding-edge technologies, companies, and personalities. Sal can be reached at hamilton(at)

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