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IT is a high-risk profession, yet some organizations are reluctant to assume reasonable levels of IT risk. When an organization is too cautious in dealing with the issue of risk, it may fail to gain all the potential benefits of information technology.
Although quickly convened, last month's first-time FreedomHEC event brought together hardware makers and driver developers in ways that could help boost device connectivity for Linux. Jacqueline Emigh gets a post-show debrief from conference organizer Don Marti.
An anti-Digital Rights Management (DRM) activist group plans this weekend to stage “flash mobs” to “warn Apple customers of the dangers of DRM in iTunes and Apple software” at Apple Store locations in six cities around the country.
ZDNet reports on a recent German Linux migration by the tax authority in Lower Saxony which has made the decision to migrate an impressive 12,000 desktops to SuSE Linux using KDE. The project, which is now in process converting 300 desktops daily, moves systems from Solaris x86 version 8, which the organisation has been running since 2002. The migrations are reported as going well thus far. KDE's Kiosk desktop customisation, source code access and licensing costs were cited as key reasons for the decision. Congratulations to all involved, and best of luck going forward with this effort!
Apple continues to anger consumers overseas with its restrictions on music downloading. But it's not the only company drawing fire
A group called the Free Software Foundation has planned June 10 protests for seven Apple retail stores in cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Seattle.
What the Constitution says is that copyright law and patent law are optional.... They are not rights that their holders are entitled to; they are artificial privileges that we might, or might not, want to hand out to encourage people to do what we find useful.
Expand Your SME’s VoIP Telecommunications Infrastructure
WS02 announces its first software, Tungsten, and a key investor.
IDG World Expo announced the exhibitor and keynote speaker line-ups for this summer's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, themed "Fifteen Years of Breaking the Rules" and scheduled for Aug. 14-17, 2006 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Intervideo is demonstrating mobile digital TV (DTV) technology that supports Linux devices this week, at Computex in Taipei.
This is a comprehensive review of the new Ubuntu Dapper Drake 6.06 experience featuring a good deal of nice screenshots from before installation, every step of the install and post installation.
Vision Objects is shipping a mobile and embedded device version of its handwriting recognition SDK (software development kit).
At an event honoring top technology innovations from Massachusetts companies in Boston June 7, Nicholas Negroponte, co-founder of the MIT Media Lab and chairman of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project, was inducted into the MITX (Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange) Innovation Hall of Fame.
I am by no means a database wizard. I know a bit of SQL, but primarily my interaction with databases is secondhand, through either PHP or desktop applications that work on top of MySQL or PostgreSQL. But like a lot of you, I occasionally need to build a small database for my own private record-keeping -- and for that, I recommend Glom.
You can find plenty of information online about building heterogeneous networks involving Windows, but relatively little about connecting Macs with Linux PCs in a home or small office network. Mac OS X's Unix base, however, means there are plenty of good options for networking a Mac with a Linux PC, despite the relative lack of documentation. In this article, I'll discuss how to set up Mac-Linux printer and file sharing using NFS and SSH.
Google has taken the wraps off of another couple of tasty tidbits, and while one is more or less old hat, the other one is something that can really help major geeks like myself.
Tax authority in Lower Saxony is jumping from Solaris to Suse Linux and the KDE desktop.
- MEPIS has released beta 5, the final beta, of SimplyMEPIS 6.0. Beta 5 includes a few changes in applications and components. Lame, 915resolution, and VMware kernel support were added to the bootable / installable CD. Acpi-support and klaptop have been replaced by kpowersave. This has resulted in reports of better out-of-the-box suspend-to-ram and suspend-to-disk functionality for laptops.
OSDir has some great shots of the upcoming SimplyMEPIS 6.0 in the SimplyMEPIS 6.0 Beta 5 Screenshot Tour.
Explore Geronimo's support for clustering in this installment, Part 2, of this five-part series. Learn to build up the cluster nodes
and test communication among other nodes and the cluster manager Web service we introduced in Part 1
. Then you'll deploy and test the current state of the application on Geronimo.
In the last of a three-part analytical series, Canonical CEO and Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth speaks with The 451 Group on the different approaches and business models of Canonical and Red Hat.
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