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Is Linux "Security" A Myth? Yes, but then all "security" is a myth; people and processes secure systems, not technology alone. However, Linux is usable, relatively secure and enjoys support enough to allow its use in mainstream business where appropriate. Oh, and it is being used.
Novell is using the platform of this week's LinuxWorld show to roll out a string of products and open source activities aimed at boosting Linux security, in many cases to enterprise levels. Learn what new plans are on Novell's security roadmap.
When CNET News.com asked Bill Gates about software patents, he shifted the subject to "intellectual property," blurring the issue with various other laws.
It's been a fast-paced 13 months for Jack Messman [CEO of Novell]. He sat down with CNET News.com's Stephen Shankland after his keynote address at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo here.
Volunteer marketing arm Spread Firefox grows to 70,000 strong; Browser now available in 28 languages
Welcome to this year's 7th issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian community. Legal professionals in Australia have developed a new judical information system based on Free Software and Debian in particular. Chris Halls announced preliminary packages for OpenOffice.org 1.9.73 built with Sun's JDK.
I thought LinuxWorld Conference and Exposition (LWCE) would be all about GNU/Linux distributions and related software products, but it's not. Hardware has its place, too. Intel and AMD both have large areas dedicated to promoting their brand names. Sun and IBM are the hardest chargers of the bunch, lugging in their biggest, baddest machines to demonstrate. Read on for an overview of the hardware products on display at LinuxWorld Boston 2005.
Linux Club Italia is both a cultural association and a pub in the Ostiense district of Rome. The pub doesn't just offer good drinks, food, and music. It is also the home of all the Free Software-related projects of the association. A particularly interesting project was last month's Week of Digital Freedoms.
This article shows you how to create a guestbook Web application with the Cerise Web server and the Ruby programming language. You'll use RSS 1.0 as the file format for the guestbook entries and XSLT for transforming files to HTML.
In his LinuxWorld keynote, Novell CEO Jack Messman claims CIOs are seeing Linux as "the center of the enterprise."
Open-source programmers might not like the idea of software patents, but those critics would be better off adapting to the fact that they're not going away, Hewlett-Packard's top Linux executive said Tuesday.
While HSQLDB is a interesting little database, I really hope no enterprise is using it for mission critical applications.
This is the third in our series of interviews with QGIS developers and users. Today we travel to the Netherlands to meet Steven Ottens (known as stvn on IRC).
Novell Delivers Linux for All Corporate Requirements for Desktop, Workgroups, Data Center and High Performance Computing
Pogo Linux Launches New Solutions at LinuxWorld Boston
Microsoft has denied reports that it told Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen it would pull Microsoft jobs out of Denmark if the government continued to oppose the European directive on Computer Implemented Inventions (CII).
Combination of Linux and Novell NetWare Delivers World's First 'Mixed-Source' Solution for the Enterprise
Novell to Give Customers the Data Center Functionality and Quality They Demand With Greater Flexibility at a Lower Cost at the Heart of the Enterprise
Novell to Resell and Support PolyServe Matrix Server Worldwide
Novell's SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 First Linux Distribution to Complete Evaluation Assurance Level EAL4+
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