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SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Altiris, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATRS), a pioneer of IT lifecycle management solutions that reduce the total cost of owning IT resources, today announced that Greg Butterfield, Altiris president and CEO, and Steve Erickson, Altiris CFO, will speak Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 2:00 p.m. MST at the Credit Suisse First Boston Annual Technology Conference, which is being held at the Phoenician Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona. A webcast and replay of the presentation will be available on the Altiris Investor Relations Website at http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=131071&p=irol-ir...
Nine New Alliance Partners Covers Substantial Majority of zSeries and Growing Percentage of iSeries Systems Indirect Markets
SyncML Technology Enables Smooth Interface With Most Mobile Devices; Major Swiss Hospital Chooses Open-Xchange Server for Latest Innovation
Nokia Corp. last week agreed to acquire Intellisync Corp., a provider of messaging software for wireless devices, because of its expertise in E-mail, device management, synchronizing devices with other systems, and support for multiple operating-system platforms. Nokia wants to move away from being perceived as just a device maker.
- Flight CD 1 is the first in a series of milestone CD images that will be released throughout the Dapper development cycle, as images that are known to be reasonably free of showstopper CD-build or installer bugs, while representing very current snapshots of Dapper.
OSDir has some nice screenshots of Ubuntu Linux 6.04 Flight 1.
The folks at BusinessWeek are hopelessly confused by the variety of communication options (wikis, email, IM, weblogs, RSS) at their disposal. Email Battles helps them sort it out
Ruby Weekly News is a summary of the week's activity on the ruby-talk mailing list / the comp.lang.ruby newsgroup, brought to you by Tim Sutherland.
Linux is not Windows and, although there are some similarities, you must realise that there may be a few "new ways of doing things" to learn before you can be comfortable in Linux. Linux is an open source clone of UNIX, a secure OS that predates DOS and Windows and is designed for multiple users. The items in the following list generally apply to any UNIX-based *nix system, such as Linux and the various BSD's. For the purposes of this article, assume that it's all Linux.
From smartphones to servers, the open-source system is turning up in an ever-expanding variety of products. For consumers, that's good news.
Most Linux headlines focus on desktops and servers. Indeed, this month the leading supercomputer industry group released new figures showing that more than three quarters of the world's top 500 supercomputers now run Linux.
Are you still not doing backups on a regular basis--or at all? With this easy-to-follow procedure and ready-made scripts, you're out of excuses.
I'm in the market for a new desktop machine. Performance isn't the goal -- low noise and lower power consumption are. Aside from too-little memory, running Ubuntu on a Mac Mini seems like a good option, especially for the price. Am I missing anything?
. Linux/KDE is so easy to learn and use, even I can enjoy it! But please sit down, have some of my fresh cherry cobbler and tea! Would you like sugar with that? One lump or two? Speaking of lumps, let me share about the years of suffering I personally had with Windows. Using it was like stirring a pot of cold oatmeal. No matter how hard I tried, I could not un-stick things! Of course, there may be others who've not had such oatmeal experiences. But I personal had a lot of these before I started using Linux and KDE desktop.
From the Uh Oh, the Bandages Are Bleeding Dept.:
Cyberattackers, in a major new approach, are exploiting flaws in popular software programs — especially anti-virus and backup tools — to break into the computers of consumers, government agencies and businesses...Security provider Qualys, another participant in the study, found "significant vulnerabilities" in most anti-virus and backup software...
Network Security is hot these days. There are plenty of offerings, both commercial and free. Usually, a good network security model employs more than a single security product. However, not many commercial or free security utilities play nice with each other. Luckily, you can use perl to glue them together to get more meaningful data from your network.
How do you run video to four different video rooms at an anime convention without having a staff member change tapes or DVDs at regular intervals? How do you run a video room where viewers can choose what to watch and when to watch it? You hire an open source developer to code a video keg and video jukebox.
- Nexenta OS is a new hybrid distribution based on the OpenSolaris kernel combined with GNU and Debian software packages. The project's first alpha release was announced earlier today: Nexenta OS (elatte) Alpha 1 is now available for download. This release contains 6 ISO images: live CD, install CD, and 4 source CDs.
OSDir has some nice shots of Nexenta OS Alpha 1.
A Halloween Style Document Uncovers Intel's Dealings with desktop Linux
- Third alpha release of SUSE Linux 10.1 has been announced and is ready for download. The most important changes include the following: "Update to KDE 3.5 RC1; update of GCC to the current 4.1 development version; removal of linuxthreads support; NetworkManager will be the new way of managing changing network interfaces, Kinternet is now in maintenance mode; update to Linux kernel 184.108.40.206
OSDir has put together some screenshots of SUSE Linux 10.1 Alpha 3.
On November 10, Pentaho Corp., provider of open source business intelligence (BI) software, announced that the Mondrian On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) project is joining forces with Pentaho to become a permanent feature of the Pentaho BI project, which provides comprehensive reporting, analysis, dashboards, workflow, and data mining capabilities.
Despite predictions of its demise, Unix — and in particular, Sun's Solaris flavor — appears to be convalescing instead of following the downward spiral that's typical for operating systems that fall from grace (the PalmOS for example).
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