Download this Internet.com eBook to learn where the jobs are in IT, how to negotiate a salary, and helpful advice on job security and how to deal with a layoff. via Linux Today
The answer appears to be a qualified 'Yes.' As reported by VentureCake , VMware's ESX appears to be derived from Linux in a material way, and has been notified of such over a year ago . via CNET News.com
Swisscom IT Services, a subsidiary of the largest telecommunications provider in Switzerland, is using a wide variety of solutions from Red Hat for its Linux software infrastructure. via Local Tech Wire
"What they're doing protects our Unix intellectual property rights."
But Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols at DesktopLinux.com points out that the favorable result for Linux may cause unpleasant consequences for rival open-source operating system OpenSolaris: 'At one time, Sun was an ... via Slashdot
"I think the people that will be best served by this agreement are those that use Notes on a Windows Desktop and want to consider a Linux desktop"
The end goal of the IBM-Novell alliance is to provide an enterprise-ready open source alternative to JBoss. via E-Commerce Times
"Managing and maintaining our IT systems to ensure that our users have the tools they need when they need them used to be a labor-intensive, manual process for our IT staff"
WALTHAM, Mass.--Novell today announced the worldwide availability of Novell ZENworks Configuration Management, the latest addition to its systems management portfolio that helps companies reduce IT complexity ... via M2.com
Hash: SHA1 SUPPORT COMMUNICATION - SECURITY BULLETIN Document ID: c01109584 Version: 1 HPSBMA02237 SSRT061260 rev.1 - HP OpenView Performance Agent Running Shared Trace Service, Remote Arbitrary Code Execution ... via SecurityFocus Vulnerabilities
"IBM's simplification efforts are helping ensure that the mainframe is the right solution for new customers and new markets"
A new report by IT industry analyst Clabby Analytics says that "all of the new improvements that IBM is making in mainframe management may actually reduce the number of people needed to manage mainframes in the ... via WebWire
"Freespire 2.0 picks up where Ubuntu leaves off by adding proprietary software, drivers and codecs, to make for a more complete turn-key solution for mainstream desktop computing"
Who says nothing in life is free? Linspire announced Wednesday it's releasing Freespire 2.0, its free version of the desktop Linux operating system. via CNET News.com
"Novell is the owner of the Unix and UnixWare copyrights."
NOVELL Inc owns the copyrights covering the Unix computer operating system and not SCO Group Inc, a judge in the United States ruled in a lawsuit over royalties from users of the Linux operating system. via Shanghai Daily
When Dell first announced its line of preinstalled Linux PCs a couple of months ago, Maximum PC was eager to check them out. But, fearing the tough criticism for which Max PC is widely known, Dell flatly refused to send us a system to check out. We weren't surprised, honestly, but we were a little annoyed. As it happens, though, I was in the market for a new laptop anyway, so I decided to plunk down my own personal credit card and buy a Dell Inspiron 1505N with Ubuntu preinstalled. Here's what I think of it.
The 1505N arrived at my door yesterday via Maximum PC
"This opens exciting possibilities for what tomorrow's mobile applications will be able to do and the new device experiences they will support."
Motorola, Inc. today announced a significant step in its commitment to mobile Linux and rich experience creation by introducing MOTOMAGX, its next generation mobile Linux platform. via PhysOrg Weblog
Microsoft will not allow Windows Vista or Windows XP to be virtualized on top of Linux, Sam Ramji, the director of Microsoft's open-source software lab, said at the annual LinuxWorld Conference and Expo here Aug. 7.
"What we have heard predominantly from customers is that they want to be able to mix and match their data center applications, but we haven't seen significant demand for Linux applications on the desktop or for desktop virtualization on top of Linux," Ramji said in an address titled "Linux and Windows Interoperability: On the Metal and on the Wire."
But, he said that while he does hear a lot of requests for this from developers in the Linux community, the feedback Microsoft is getting from customers and its Interoperability Executive Customer Council with regard to the desktop is that they want .Net and Java interoperability. via eWeek.com
Google Inc. has increased its support for the open-source Linux operating system by becoming Open Invention Network's first end-user licensee.
Google Inc. has increased its support for the open-source Linux operating system by becoming Open Invention Network's first end-user licensee. Set up in 2005, OIN is an intellectual property company focused on acquiring and pooling patents to protect Linux against patent infringement attacks.
Google and OIN made the announcement Tuesday at the LinuxWorld conference taking place this week in San Francisco. via PC World
The Linux Foundation (LF), the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that Nokia Siemens Networks has become a member. Nokia Siemens Networks will work with the LF and its members to continue improving Carrier Grade Linux. via Monitor Today
Lenovo said Monday that it will preload Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 on ThinkPads.
In the announcement Lenovo said that the desktop flavor of SUSE will be loaded on the ThinkPad T Series, which targets business customers. These laptops should be available in the fourth quarter. Individual customers can also get Linux preloaded. via ZDNet
"Now that SuiteTwo supports Japanese 'out of the box,' we will be able to provide our customers with an open, flexible and participatory communication platform that helps them compete in today's fast-moving global marketplace."
SpikeSource, a provider of packaged and maintained open source solutions, today announced a new version of the company's popular Web 2.0 integrated software platform, SuiteTwo. via InformationWeek
Seeing yellow over color printer tracking devices By Bruce Byfield on Thu, 2007-07-19 20:13. A series of encodings on printouts from color laser printers to discourage counterfeiting? At first, the idea sounds ... via Linux Journal
The RIA community's own polar forces have their own perfect complement, namely AJAX and JSF By: Java News Desk Jul. via Web admin