• IP attorney: Read fine print on indemnifications

    More proprietary vendors will be offering indemnification protection to their customers in the coming year; however, not all indemnification offers will be equally valuable. So, read the fine print, said attorney Karen Copenhaver, in a recent interview during the Open Source Development Labs' first...

    Jan Stafford3,670 pointsBadges:
  • Perens predicts desktop surge, promotes user-driven enterprise Linux

    In a speech at the first Desktop Linux Consortium conference, Bruce Perens predicted 30% Linux desktop penetration by 2006 and called for a user-driven enterprise version of Linux.

    AmyKucharik920 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprises using Linux may take liking to Opteron

    An Illuminata analyst said Linux shops, in particular those doing high-performance computing, could be among the early adopters of AMD's new 64-bit compatible Opteron processor.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprises opening their wallets for Linux

    A spending survey conducted by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com indicates that enterprises will increase their Linux spending by as much as 10% or more in 2004.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise Linux management: It’s tool time

    All systems are go for enterprise Linux! The enterprise-ready management tools are on board, and the new 2.6 kernel will take Linux up to the top of IT infrastructures, according to Pete Marshall, assistant vice president of Candle Corp.'s Systems and Service Management Group (El Segundo, Calif.)....

    Jan Stafford3,670 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft meets enterprise Linux: Novell’s Open Enterprise Server 2

    An expert discusses Novell Open Enterprise Server 2's new key features: Active Directory functionality and enhanced virtualization capabilities.

    svanvugt1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Maturity makes Linux less of a gamble for the enterprise

    More enterprises have been less reticent to gamble on Linux during the last 18 months. Here's why.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise Linux growing but still far behind Windows and Mac

    More businesses turned to Linux last year, and Novell is making a channel push, but some say the market just isn't ready for mass adoption.

    Colin Steele3,325 pointsBadges:

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