• Common Linux security policy management gaps

    Linux security is commonly overlooked in IT security policies, especially when management is out of touch with what’s happening on the ground.

    Kevin Beaver17,145 pointsBadges:
  • Easing the migration from Windows to Linux

    Open source issues and strategies expert Maria Winslow gives guidance on how to smooth the corporate feathers for Linux migration.

    ITKE346,430 pointsBadges:
  • San Francisco: My kind of Linux town

    SearchEnterpriseLinux.com Editor Jan Stafford explains why you might leave your heart in San Francisco during this year's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo.

    Jan Stafford2,895 pointsBadges:
  • Experts: Red Hat made ‘smart business decision’

    Two Red Hat administration experts say that Red Hat's decision to drop support for Red Hat Linux in favor of Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables the firm to concentrate on winning the enterprise market.

    Jan Stafford2,895 pointsBadges:
  • Company bypasses network-attached storage for Linux clusters

    A couple of years ago, Dynamic Graphics Group might have chosen network-attached storage (NAS) and not Linux for its new storage and delivery platform. But the company's IT gurus -- Todd Moore and Brian Kohles -- quickly discovered that NAS cost twice as much, delivers less I/O throughput and has...

    Jan Stafford2,895 pointsBadges:
  • Management central to securing Linux

    After performing more security assessments than he can count, Gijo Mathew has seen every worst practice imaginable. He's even seen an IT shop replace virus-violated data with an unpatched backup that succumbed to the same virus. A security strategist for Computer Associates International Inc.,...

    Jan Stafford2,895 pointsBadges:
  • Panic time: Handling those rare Linux crashes

    Though you might not believe it, Linux systems can and do crash. But there are some steps you can take to ensure that this doesn't happen.

    Jan Stafford2,895 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: Discounted Linux certification exams given at CeBIT

    If you're going to the CeBIT America conference and expo this week in New York City, LPI has got a deal for you. LPI's item leads off this edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from PathScale, Red Hat, Dell and Scali.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Tractor Supply gets out of WinTel’s no-scale rut

    The Tennessee-based chain of stores details its move from a Windows-on-Intel environment to a PolyServer cluster running on Red Hat Linux.

    Jan Stafford2,895 pointsBadges:
  • MySQL appliance for Linux arrives

    Pogo Linux and MySQL have partnered on the first MySQL appliance optimized for Linux. Analysts are high on MySQL, but are hesitant on the uptake of appliances in most enterprises.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:

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