• Installing a secure instant messaging server on Linux

    Did your company ban instant messaging for security reasons? Free up email resources and bring back real-time communication with this secure IM server.

    Akutz640 pointsBadges:
  • Experts: Forget the FUD about Linux scalability

    In this interview, three SearchEnterpriseLinux.com site experts set the record straight about Linux scalability.

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • Securing GRUB on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    Keep your Red Hat server safe from attackers by securing your GRUB boot loader with a password that will prevent unauthorized access to your hosts after a reboot.

    JTurnbull490 pointsBadges:
  • Shun Linux and kiss your job security good-bye, part 1

    IT managers who think that their Microsoft certifications give them all the tenure they need are in for a rude awakening. In fact, says author Robin Miller, their pink slips are only a point-and-click away. Learn to use Linux, he said, or you'll be left behind.

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • Linux clusters getting more mainstream

    In this interview, Linux Networx executive Eric Pitcher describes the growing acceptance of Linux-based clusters in the enterprise and the challenges of managing them.

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • Open-source security shines in Samba case

    Recently discovered flaws in Samba demonstrate how the code-review process used by the open-source community exposes security flaws and how developers now focus on security first.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • How to be a ‘security warrior,’ part 1

    In computer warfare, security admins must go into battle riding on a strong vehicle and armed with effective tools, according to security expert Anton Chuvakin. Fortunately, the security warrior who's protecting Linux has both. Chuvakin's security credentials are strong, too. He is co-author with...

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • Linux shop adds Solaris for performance boost

    The die-hard Linux shop Real Time Matrix made an unexpected defection to Solaris 10 to beef up its processing power.

    Msant230 pointsBadges:
  • Novell sees enterprise demand for real-time SUSE Linux

    Financial services firms are clamoring for the deterministic performance of the new SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 10 (SLERT), Novell said.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • Ubuntu 9.10 for desktops heeds user complaints

    Canonical heard end-user complaints about Ubuntu desktop and thus far has made more than 50 fixes in Ubuntu 9.10, which releases Thursday.

    Bridget Botelho3,255 pointsBadges:

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