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    Open source experts explain why CERT's damning report on Linux security is wrong. Then, they read between the lines and see that application security is in trouble.

    Jan Stafford2,215 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO, part 11

    Though we live and work in a Windows world, readers say Linux is worth a look, if only for the lack of licensing issues.

    ITKE56,100 pointsBadges:
  • LinuxWorld: Shock value gone from Microsoft presence

    Unix, not Windows, may be Linux's biggest foe when it comes to establishing a foothold inside the enterprise data center. Microsoft, meanwhile, remains public enemy No. 1 at LinuxWorld, but its presence isn't exactly drawing picket protests.

    MMimoso2,605 pointsBadges:
  • Windows-Linux integration hot spots

    There is little doubt that Linux is gaining headway in the enterprise. The big question is: "Where?" One consultant thinks he has the evidence to answer that question.

    ITKE56,100 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft versus Linux TCO: IT pros sound off, part four

    IT pros bombarded our in-box with their opinions about Microsoft's new Linux strategy and TCO comparisons. In this collection of letters, users don't pull any punches.

    ITKE56,100 pointsBadges:
  • Unix command line quiz

    Do you know how to move a file or get a list of current users from your Unix servers? Take our Unix quiz on essential commands for system admins.

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  • How to run your favorite Windows applications on Linux

    Though use of Windows emulators, you can run Linux and still use Windows apps, like Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes. Jim Graham, CTO of CodeWeavers, Inc., offers some advice on choosing an emulator and setting it up.

    ITKE56,100 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft’s gentler approach to Linux

    After years of ridiculing Linux and open source technologies, Microsoft Corp. is now changing its approach. Responding to Microsoft users' demand for less hype, Microsoft is promising to take a more rational approach to comparing Windows to Linux and open source software.

    ITKE56,100 pointsBadges:
  • Cumulus Networks CEO: How Linux-based switches change network ops

    Cumulus launched a Linux OS for bare-metal switches this week. We spoke to CEO J.R. Rivers about how this platform will affect network operations.

    Shamus McGillicuddy3,385 pointsBadges:
  • Cumulus Networks unveils Linux network OS for bare-metal switches

    Cumulus Networks uses Linux as an operating system for bare-metal switches that are cheaper and easier to automate than traditional switching.

    Shamus McGillicuddy3,385 pointsBadges:

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