If you happen to be in Cannes this week, drop in on the ITXpo, sponsored by the Gartner Dataquest research group. Gartner’s Alexander Linden is speaking on long-term trends in technology leading to the “smart Internet.” Innovations such as Web-enabled mobile devices which grew out …continue reading
What is GNU/Linux? What is the difference between RPM and Debian based distros? How do community based distros differ from commercial ones? What exactly is source code and how do you install packages using it? These are all interesting questions and I am sure some …continue reading
This excellent report from Morgan Stanley‘s analysts Mary Meeker, Brian Pitz and Brian Fitzgerald is an absolute must-read for anyone involved with building or maintaining a profitable and forward-looking online publishing business.
The three research analysts at MS have done an absolutely excellent job …continue reading
Debian based distros sure have been gaining in popularity. Debian has always been a good choice as it boasts an impressive range of packages, and with the increasing focus on useability so clearly evident, Debian based distros are now a viable alternative for the Linux …continue reading
Where do they come up with these names? On the heels of what has to be considered a very successful release, the mailing lists of Ubuntu are already abuzz with news of the next version. The codename of the next release is actually “Hoary Hedgehog” …continue reading
Apparently your choice of distro says a lot about you. My main distro is Mandrake my profile is as follows: “Mandrake users are suave and sophisticated. They prefer to focus on a polished desktop environment rather than just serving others. It’s also said that they …continue reading
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You can download Michael Moore’s infamous Farenheit 9/11 free and it’s legal. However, the catch is the download will not …continue reading
What would you consider the ultimate Linux desktop? I know you have your opinions on that I certainly have mine. But in general I think this statement describes a typical users’ perspective “they don’t want to become a computer expert to do their work. They …continue reading
Viruses & Spyware & Worms, oh, my!
Lately it seems like not a day goes by we don’t hear about some new kind of threat aimed at wreaking havoc across machines connected to the Internet. While products other than Microsoft’s are certainly vulnerable, due to …continue reading
Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Service Pack 1, and Windows XP Service Pack 2 natively include Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), but it’s not a default installation. But, while other Windows IPv6 versions are available via third-party add-ons, there is no implementation schedule for a …continue reading
Over the years many of my clients have come to me with an annoying problem: the need to constantly buy ever-increasing amounts of storage. Every time they built a system based on previous growth numbers it turned out disastrously wrong. Storage systems have a nasty …continue reading
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