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Established in 1999, Jamcracker has built its success around managed services that allowed its customers to consume applications like a utility. Since then, Jamcracker has become the pioneer in the ASP Aggregator space, supporting businesses in the financial services, high tech, and government sectors, among others.
Firefox 1.5 features major enhancements such as an improved pop-up blocker and a new ‘Software Update’ feature, which lets users automatically download security and feature updates without performing a complete installation for each. Support for Mac OS X users has also been improved.
By the time Sam Palmisano took over as CEO of IBM in 2002, the technology giant had become the undisputed king of patents. Each year it files more than 3,000 patents, more than any other company. And yet IBM had also begun to present a very different face to the world—as the leading proponent of so-called open-source software, a communal body of code that individuals and companies develop at their own expense and then share with each other freely.
This is a detailed tutorial about the steps to set up a Mandriva 2006 Free Edition based web server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters (web server (SSL-capable), mail server (with SMTP-AUTH and TLS!), DNS server, FTP server, MySQL server, POP3/IMAP, Quota, Firewall, etc.).
OpenSUSE has a How-To for making a SuSE DVD iso from the SuSE CD iso images. This very issue was one of my only complaints about the SuSE OSS distribution which I mentioned in Review: SuSE 10.0 OSS Install. Needless to say I was ecstatic about the possibility of converting the CDs to just one DVD. This will make future installations so much easier.
Enough with the slick GUIs and super-fancy applications--let's get back to the do-it-yourself aesthetic.
OpenMotif is an often overlooked open source initiative that is literally running thousands of mission-critical applications such as the MBTA subway system in Boston, NASA Mission Control systems, FAA air traffic control systems, and innumerable homeland security and USA defense applications.
Once again, the results of some recently released surveys on Linux and Windows manageability varied widely, depending on who was asking the questions.
When the Republic of Macedonia decided to deploy Linux in 468 schools and 182 computer labs nationwide, they chose GNOME on an Ubuntu distribution. Arangel Angov met with Darko Arso, Technology Integration Manager at the Education Development Center, to find out more about their reasons for using GNOME. [Found on lwn.net site.]
The only way for Apple to make serious inroads into the Desktop and Server market is to offer the MAC OS-X for all x86 hardware platforms. If you remove MAC OS-X from the equation, you are left with x86 commodity hardware. So the only value add, or premium that Apple commands is what the customer places on MAC OS-X. With Microsoft Vista looming around the corner and Linux constantly being fine tuned, Apple may find itself totally insignficant in the Desktop/Server market by this time next year.
no other CEO in the Valley has quite McNealy's gift for quips, put-downs, one-liners, and significant "quotable quotes." JDJ News Desk here brings a weekend round-up.
Several prominent Mozilla Bloggers have posted weblog entries about the release of Mozilla Firefox 1.5.
Firefox is gaining ground with 11.5 percent of global users, which is the highest percentage an open source browser has ever achieved. The growth is the result of conversions from other browsers and security problems in Internet Explorer.
Here is a feature which has been in MacOSX for a long time but has been missing in Linux. It brings a degree of useablity and aestetics to the ambit of Linux users too.
There are always reasons to choose one over another. We all know about the well-advertised shortcomings of each product on the market. The crux of the situation is more about living with your decisions, and discovering whether or not you should switch.
Cisco has posted workarounds for a vulnerability in the HTTP server found in Cisco's IOS. In early December, a researcher reported that the built-in HTTP server in IOS versions 11.0 through 12.4 was vulnerable to attacks that could grant a malicious person access to administrative privileges on affected devices.
Mozilla really sped up surfing, the browser generally feels a lot more responsive, and I believe they've improved some of their keyboard shortcuts, so I thought I'd list a few of the particularly handy ones.
I tell ya, it's just plain pitiful when them highly-trained, well-dressed FBI agents can't even compose a coherent email. Can't they afford secretaries?
"Forward this Page to all your contacts and Friends in order to help with us Faceing the infection for less lose."
[Note for the uncertain: yes, I know is a virus-infested spam. Let me have my fun, OK? Especially the part where I get to feel smug at using a computing platform that is not ridiculously easy to compromise. ]
Varicent Software Incorporated, an incentive and sales performance management (SPM) solutions provider, announced that the latest version of Varicent SPM supports PostgreSQL v8.1. PostgreSQL is the leading open source relational database system, with more than 15 years of active development and a proven architecture that has earned it a strong reputation for reliability, data integrity, and correctness.
One of the most frequent critics that I can hear and read here and there concerning the OpenOffice.org project is that the development of OpenOffice.org is being done entirely by Sun. Worse, but also very frequent comes the (false) assumption that OpenOffice.org is owned by Sun. I would like to describe accurately the relationship of OpenOffice.org with Sun Microsystems and why the critics are in most cases unjustified. Also, I will point out areas that need improvements. These improvements can be worked on with time and if some conditions are met.
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