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Ben Kepes is a technology evangelist, an investor, a commentator and a business adviser. His business interests include a diverse range of industries from manufacturing to property to technology. As a technology commentator he has a broad presence both in the traditional media and extensively online. Ben covers the convergence of technology, mobile, ubiquity and agility, all enabled by the Cloud. His areas of interest extend to enterprise software, software integration, financial/accounting software, platforms and infrastructure as well as articulating technology simply for everyday users.

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2 responses to “Driving the Virtual Computer”

  1. Montasser Abdellatif

    Thank you for mentioning G.ho.st
    Well,G.ho.st® is revolutionizing personal
    computing by offering every person in the world a
    free Virtual Computer (VC) accessible from
    anywhere, in a Web page. G.ho.st (pronounced
    “ghost”) is an acronym of Global hosted operating
    system and is written as the web address
    “G.ho.st”. The G.ho.st Virtual Computer includes
    almost everything you would expect in a physical
    computer – a desktop, file storage (like a disk
    drive) and a wide variety of third-party Web
    applications (apps). G.ho.st is hosted in a
    professional data center and accessed by users
    around the world using any web browser ( http://
    g.ho.st ) or mobile phone ( http://g.ho.st/m ),
    with no need for install or sync.

    G.ho.st® unique technology and team are
    penetrating the Wall (No Wall™).

    G.ho.st virtual computer is located in the cloud
    and the user can posses any physical device. Also
    we are called G.ho.st because of the unique
    collaboration between the Palestinians and the
    Israeli working with each others around the real
    wall which is around 400 mils.

    Please keep on login to G.ho.st at (http://
    g.ho.st) and let us know your feedback at http://
    forums.g.ho.st

  2. Henrik Jensen

    Hi Ben, couldn’t agree more with you. Got the idea of a cloud PC, but of course someone got the idea already. I also don’t want a fixed setup, or be limited to a providers list of applications. I need my own Virtual PC, where I can install whatever I want, that counts for the rest of the family, even my parents, and grandmother would be happy to have me as IT manager (allthough this might leed to a lot of stress).
    I my google search I found 3 providers which looked proff, but NONE gave free access to configuration. It could also be confusing from a legal point of view. Who is responsible for pirat copys, copyright issues, fraud, discusting pictures etc.