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Links IT Service Management with Infrastructure to Close Change Control Gap
[How in the world they figure WIndows is an 'open' system is beyond me. Oh, maybe they mean 'open to attack'. - dcparris]
When I was investigating the Abilene/Internet2 network sometime back, I found its "network weather map," which graphically shows the load on network segments, to be an interesting tool. I thought something similar could be helpful on our network. Today, we're using Weathermap4RRD to show a high-level graphical representation of our network.
The UNC School of Medicine turns to an open-source system to reduce the costs of course materials.
Before the WinMo-running Q came along, Motorola's smartphones were predominately powered by Linux. It seems that they are returning to the penguin with their next offering, the E690 PDA phone. Naturally, it rocks quite the slim profile (what else would you expect given the relative popularity of the Q and the RAZR); in fact, its styling is eerily reminiscent of the SLVR L7, less the numpad.
PIKA Technologies announced the upcoming release of a new addition to the PIKA Connect product line. The second generation PIKA Connect for Asterisk is a channel driver for the popular open source Linux-based Asterisk PBX, enabling connectivity to Skype.
[It could be a really nice tool. Unfortunately, non-libre software doesn't meet our requirements. Of course, they would need a Wengophone connector anyway. - dcparris]
Ohio Linux Fest -- The name says it all. Don't miss out if you live near Ohio, because the biggest Linux event in the area is about to go down September 30.
SGI Altix 4700 Server and InfiniteStorage Solutions Allow University of Tasmania to Apply Coupled Cluster Theory to Key Chemistry Problems
Last night's Nova program entitled Building on Ground Zero was memorable for many reasons, one of which was its focus on both the importance as well as the economic calculus of standards. Another was the degree to which the US is lagging in the upgrading of crucial standards identified in the wake of the 9/11 catastrophe, although a number of Asian nations have apparently taken to heart the lessons learned five years ago today.
[So how do you see this applying to open standards in the software realm? - dcparris]
Leading Open Source document management system reaches significant download milestone illustrating very strong community interest
On the fifth anniversary of the attack on America, I would like to take a moment and remember those that died on this day. While I and many others were going about their daily routines, America was attacked by misguided individuals who thought that murdering innocent people would make their point that America was an evil nation. Instead of seeing the worst out of America though, this event brought out the best that this country has to offer. It brought out the compassion and patriotism in all Americans. We all did what we could, from those who actually were on site to help, to those who simply prayed for the victims and the survivors.
[It's a good idea to pause from your hacking and writing for a moment to reflect on the tragedy of 11September 2001. Thanks to 'Augustus' for the pause. - dcparris]
Emrupdate.com is an interesting website that is a:'...independent healthcare technology site for a wide range of opinions on the best and worst EMRs as well as heated discussions by thought leaders over government policy, technology trends and other initiatives and the positive or negative impact these will have on the practice of medicine.'
One of the great things about Amazon and other online shopping services is that they usually list items for pre-order months before they're actually released. This allows your anticipation for the product to build more and more until your wait is justified with the release of the item that you've been in expectation of.
[Let me get this straight. 5 versions of Windows Vista will confuse consumers because they're too lazy (your description here) to read the feature label, but they can choose from at least 20 different mainstream versions of GNU/Linux? It must be Microsoft's marketing prowess. Does this mean we're better at helping newcomers figure out which distro to choose? Anyway, I don't disagree about the price tag - along with other issues - driving folks to GNU/Linux. - dcparris]
Continuent uni/cluster Solution Provides Enterprises Running PostgreSQL 7.4, 8.0 and 8.1 with Advanced Database Replication, Load-Balancing and High Availability for Mission-Critical Applications
About 30 people gathered at the Sci-Bono centre in Newtown over the weekend to host BarCamp Johannesburg. Geeks gave talks on everything from extreme programming to "tying up your girlfriend 101".
Cimmetry's First AutoVue Release on the Linux Platform
Unix and Linux clients can do quite well on a Windows network. Microsoft, in fact, released its own Services for Unix, which provides some basic cross-compatibility features for Unix clients accessing Windows servers. Other, more robust interoperability solutions are also available for various network services. Fortunately, Unix has been using TCP/IP for longer than Windows, so the two operating systems at least have a networking protocol in common.
Debian etch beta 3 graphical mode installation with screenshots
Today, Wi-Fi access points everywhere, and users becoming increasingly more sophisticated in their wireless network knowledge. One good tool for discovering Wi-Fi access points is a command-line utility called Kismet. It can help with a range of issues, from diagnosing Wi-Fi interference problems to finding a particular network in a sea of airborne bits.
In the late 1990’s Sybase, like Informix, seemed to be on its way out. While other failing database companies (such as Informix) ended up being acquired, Sybase kept control of its own destiny. This meant overhauling its product portfolio, decoupling its mobile database (SQL Anywhere) and going on the acquisition trail.
We've been trained from the beginning to view Microsoft and Apple as bitter enemies, and this type of thinking has influenced the actions of many people. There's been a convergence of both sets of users, but even with this advancement, you can still find devout fans of OS X and Windows who are always on the lookout for opportunities to badmouth the competition. Get a grip, people - it's just software.
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