San Clemente, CA, May 6, 2005 - Coraid proudly announced today that its innovative EtherDrive Storage product is now available for Serial ATA disk drives. In a move resulting from market feedback and demand, the company has upgraded its EtherDrive Storage appliance with a list of impressive features.
It's weird how things can come back to bite you. Microsoft Corp. killed off the competition for office software suites and became a de facto monopoly in the area, with what result? The competition is back and, this time, it's free!
Chalk one up for the little guy...FCC loses bid to control what we...ahem, record.
The new Emerging Technologies Toolkit (ETTK) is a software development kit for designing, developing, and executing emerging autonomic and Web service technologies with a SOAP engine and an embedded application server.
Forget the counterculture myth of the renegade Linux programmer. Sure, it represents a new way to create software, but the actual process looks a lot like how enterprise software has been made for decades.
While 64-bit Windows is taking its first baby steps, 64-bit Linux has been running in the enterprise for years. To which would you rather entrust your business?
DesktopLinux.com's updated 2004 Desktop Linux Market survey presents data on distributions, windows managers, email clients, Web browsers and more.
This is a story that should be one of the top ten Linux wins of all times. It saved "lives" on 9/11 and managed the Shuttle Disaster. I have often said if this would have been built on Microsoft Technology they would have featured it at the Super Bowl. Now, why didn't this make the major media outlet's?
Tuesday, January 19 2038. Time: 03:14:07 GMT. If Linux programmers get nightmares, it's about this date and time. Immediately after that second is crossed, current computer systems running on Linux will grind to a halt or go into a loop. This will trip up a lot of databases. No, this is not another hoax raised by some anti-Linux lobby. It is Linux's own Y2K nightmare, says Businessworld.
OpenOffice.org is the most comprehensive open source office productivity suite available. Into its fifth year of existence, the project is set to release its next version, OpenOffice.org 2.0, with a major overhaul. The latest release, 1.9 (also popularly known as 2.0-beta), came out in March this year and was met with mixed reviews. While many were happy with the progress, many people criticized it for its use of Java. In this interview with Louis Suarez-Potts, Community Manager; and Martin Hollmichel, Release Manager of OpenOffice.org, they talk about what makes 2.0 different from the previous releases.
Leading Open Source anti-virus software is all set to include hardware acceleration in its next major release.
The maker of chips for mobile phones has joined several other prominent firms in the mobile space by starting to offer support for the open source OS
Linux Labs has incorporated SELinux into a new release of its latest Linux-based software for supercomputing.
Ever wanted to build your own Gnu/Linux Live CD to show off your favourite applications? Brent Wood walks you through the process (using PCLinuxOS) in a step by step manner. While this article shows you how to deploy QGIS in this way, the approach can be applied equally to any application(s) of your choosing.
A migration to Linux by Priority Healthcare Corp. could signal that yet another industry is about to get on board with the open source operating system.
A Boston energy services cooperative has found an open source content management system (CMS) that gives it the power needed to run not only the company intranet, but a handful of external-facing Web sites as well. On top of that, with Metadot Portal Server, the cooperative is saving thousands of dollars on licensing fees it would otherwise have had to pay if it made use of proprietary CMS software.
It's weird how things can come back to bite you. Microsoft Corp. killed off the competition for office software suites and became a de facto monopoly in the area, with what result? The competition is back and, this time, it's free! The latest version of the free OpenOffice suite promises to be a strong competitor to Microsoft Office.
Mandriva (formerly Mandrakesoft) announced the latest version of its Linux operating system for machines based on IA-32 and PowerPC processors.
There was a time when Linux was associated with nerds in their bedrooms toiling away on DIY Linux kits, driven by visions of a Windows-free world. These were the believers and on the other side there were the sceptics. The attitude of most businesses was to wait on the sidelines until the fate of the technology was decided one way or the other.
Now you can find a wide selection of IBM's software development tools and middleware in one convenient location.