12, 2004--Tenable Network Security, Inc., a leading developer of security management solutions and primary sponsor for the open-source Nessus Security Scanner
Intel (Quote, Chart) is among the companies bankrolling a new fund to defend open source users from potential intellectual property lawsuits brought by SCO
The name says it all. This Knoppix STD-like distro is loaded with cool features and makes a great CD bootable to learn Linux. On
Meanwhile, SCO delivers the court mandated documents and code purporting to prove its claims to IBM. Now that The SCO Group Inc.
12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- As a publicly traded company, SCO (Nasdaq: SCOX - News) has a fiduciary responsibility to protect our intellectual property and
In a move to ease customer concerns about possible legal action from The SCO Group, software vendor Novell will begin indemnifying customers of SuSE Linux, the
Open-source database company MySQL continues to add capabilities common to commercial database software as it tries to shake up the multibillion dollar market.
Looking to bolster the enterprise-readiness of its open source database, MySQL on Monday will preview an update to its platform that adds stored procedures and
MySQL AB took the wraps off the latest version of its database server Monday, a product that now offers enterprise-grade capabilities such as stored procedures
Simplified hardware configuration: System hardware and devices (mouse, scanner, printer, digital camera, etc.) are automatically detected & configured during
I get calls now [from customers], not 'Should I use an open-source database,' but instead it's 'Should I use PostgreSQL or MySQL?'".
It simply validates the enormous customer interest and market opportunity in open source technology, and the progress Red Hat has achieved as the industry
Novell has been on an aggressive Linux drive over the last year, providing more support and interoperability in its products for the upstart, open source
Stored Procedures and Improved Scalability Anchor New Release of the Leading Open Source Database
Six weeks ago - on November 26, 2003 - Maureen O'Gara broke the news that the "big-time Linux user" SCO was threatening to make an example of, by taking it to
Linux has been making waves last year, especially in North Asia. Governments from China, Korea, and Japan have placed their trust taking it to
joestar writes "MandrakeSoft just announced the release of the MandrakeMove release candidate, a special desktop version of the Mandrake Linux distribution
plans to announce today that it is setting up a 0 million legal defense fund to help pay for the litigation costs of corporate users of the popular GNU Linux
By Online Staff. Linux creator Linus Torvalds will once again be attending Australia's national Linux conference, linux.conf.au which begins in Adelaide today.
Forrester Research issued a report in 2003 examining the tipping point of Linux adoption in the enterprise. "Over the next 12 months routing in new Linux