Building Systems to Be Shared, Securely

@article{Kamp2004BuildingST,
  title={Building Systems to Be Shared, Securely},
  author={Poul-Henning Kamp and Robert Watson},
  journal={ACM Queue},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={42-51}
}
The history of computing has been characterized by continuous transformation resulting from the dramatic increases in performance and drops in price described by Moore's law. Computing "power" has migrated from centralized mainframes/servers to distributed systems and the commodity desktop. Despite these changes, system sharing remains an important tool for computing. From the multitasking, file-sharing, and virtual machines of the desktop environment to the large-scale sharing of server-class… CONTINUE READING

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