• Linux Helps Tree Farm Keep Hardware Spending, Salary Levels Manageable

    Four years ago, Brent Biernat couldn't have made the move to Linux. Without support from large vendors, it was simply too risky for COCC, an Avon, Conn.-based financial services company that helps small banks with issues like check clearing, processing transactions performed at ATM machines and...

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  • Linux Adoption Strongest in Midmarket

    Midmarket companies are significantly more likely than their larger brethren to use Linux for critical business applications in the next few years, according to recent research by San Francisco-based Peerstone Research. Jeff Gould, Peerstone's president, explains why: Cost. In the 1990s,...

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  • Unix on the mainframe: IBM demos OpenSolaris

    In these five videos, David Boyes of Sine Nomine Associates demonstrates Sun's Unix variant OpenSolaris running on an IBM mainframe.

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  • Beware of unforeseen differences between Unix and Linux

    When it comes to migration, the differences between Unix and Linux matter most. Do you know the small and large changes to expect when you migrate?

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  • Ubuntu roadmap leads to cloud, hyperscale computing

    Ubuntu isn't trying to be the best Linux server OS for enterprise apps. Instead, the distribution focuses on cloud and hyperscale installations.

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  • The future of Linux in the data center: More than just Red Hat?

    Red Hat is the dominant vendor in the Linux server space, while the second biggest Linux distro, Novell SUSE Linux, struggles financially and is an acquisition target. Linux experts make the case in this column for multiple Linux distributions in the future.

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  • Linux distributions: Servers and desktops

    Trying to decide what flavor of Linux you want on the desktop or server side? This fast guide provides a whirlwind tour of the top Linux distributions.

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  • Red Hat acquisition of Inktank beefs up its storage play

    Red Hat's Inktank acquisition draws praise, but it's unclear when the open source software vendor will become a major player in enterprise storage.

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  • Firms pleased with Red Hat, Gluster as storage investment increases

    Pleased with the Red Hat, Gluster deal, IT shops looking for software-based storage praise their new products.

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  • News briefs: Red Hat OpenShift Online goes live; Lenovo pushes cloud

    This week, Red Hat's OpenShift Online rolls out for commercial use, Lenovo enters the cloud market and NTT deploys VMware network virtualization.

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