Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 18, 2005
CRM Daily: Selling Diversity for SOX Survival (Mar 18, 2005, 21:30)
"If you're deeply committed to the Microsoft client-server
architecture and its organizational consequences, the best thing
you can do for your organization right now is to start rolling back
the concentration of control and technologies underlying user
IT Week UK: Chigwell School uses Smoothwall for internet security (Mar 18, 2005, 20:45)
"The school's original firewall solution suffered from a power
supply failure and so the need arose for a replacement firewall
LinuxElectrons: Daffodil CRM v1.1 Released with Import & Search Facility (Mar 18, 2005, 18:00)
"Daffodil CRM is an open source Customer Relationship Management
software that seamlessly integrates all aspects of the customer
life cycle - from identifying business opportunities to sustaining
TechTree.com: Selling Linux - Part II (Mar 18, 2005, 17:00)
"So! Selling Linux? How do you sell something people are used to
getting for free? How do you justify the "rise in price"? Answer?
Give them something they can't get for free! Simple answer, tough
execution, especially in the software world!..."
WhatPC UK: Windows and Linux close in for the NetWare kill (Mar 18, 2005, 16:00)
"NetWare users have arrived at the proverbial fork in the road
as they prepare to upgrade their legacy NetWare networks," said
Laura DiDio, senior analyst at Yankee Group..."
GetSeattle.com: Linux Studio Sounds Like a Winner (Mar 18, 2005, 14:25)
"A Linux-based Music Studio is proving a hit for music
producers, composers and artists from all around the world..."
internetnews.com: iPodder 2.0 Release Elevates Podcasting (Mar 18, 2005, 13:00)
"The nascent market of podcasting got a boost this week with the
latest release of iPodder 2.0..."
msnbc.msn.com: MIT urges Brazil to adopt open-source (Mar 18, 2005, 12:00)
"MIT's Media Lab has recommended Brazil install open-source
software instead of proprietary software offered by Microsoft on
thousands of computers that will be sold to the poor, according to
a letter obtained by Reuters Thursday..."
LinuxDevices.com: Low-cost MIPS board targets wired, wireless routers (Mar 18, 2005, 05:00)
"MikroTik has launched a line of inexpensive, low-powered SBCs
(single-board computers) for wired and wireless routers..."