IT Management Linux News for Jun 26, 2000
Smart Partner: Get Wise On Linux - Big Blue launches open-source training effort (Jun 26, 2000, 23:14)
"Education is key to the new IBM." Duncan's statement was a
direct reference to IBM's decision to offer classroom, satellite
and Web-based courses on both Linux and open source."
Smart Partner: Another Start-Up [Moonlight Systems] Developing Linux Applications (Jun 26, 2000, 23:06)
"The first offering is hostable e-mail that will compete against
open-source offerings like Sendmail."
InternetNews: Google Launches Super Search Engine (Jun 26, 2000, 23:02)
"Comprising more than 1 billion URLs, the new and improved
Google search offers users a comprehensive collection of Web sites,
which can be easily searched with Google's fast and highly relevant
BW: The Linux Insider Announces Co-Sponsorship of IDG's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo (Jun 26, 2000, 21:45)
"This conference is the premier industry event for everyone
interested in Linux and open systems which is, of course, the core
readership of the Linux Insider."
BW: Internet Partnership Group Tunes Into PenguinRadio (Jun 26, 2000, 21:38)
"PenguinRadio is developing Linux-based Internet appliances that
allow people to listen to thousands of Internet audio feeds with or
without a PC."
LinuxPR: Leading Global Software Firm Opens Linux R&D Facility to Serve Dell Initiatives, Others (Jun 26, 2000, 21:08)
"TCS and Dell are making a commitment not only to help each
other develop and support the latest Linux technologies, but also
to provide those technologies to the Open Source community."
LinuxStockNews: Linux Enters the Mainstream, Part Two (June 26, 2000) (Jun 26, 2000, 14:21)
"The motivation of the Big Five companies for entering the Linux
area is the realization that Linux is becoming one of the principal
operating systems for the future."
LinuxStockNews: Linux and Database Management (June 26, 2000) (Jun 26, 2000, 14:12)
"From a corporate standpoint, most of the large database
software firms have ported their products to Linux. Powerful
database management applications are a necessary cornerstone for an
operating system to succeed in corporate environments."
LinuxStockNews: Rants and Raves (June 26, 2000) (Jun 26, 2000, 14:03)
"This week I thought I would update you on the happenings at one
of the largest Linux companies, Red Hat (NASD: RHAT). I may turn
this into a series that covers each major Linux company and
discusses recent events and future prognosis."
LinuxStockNews: Week in Review (June 26, 2000) (Jun 26, 2000, 13:56)
"Hello Readers, this week we'll look at new deals from Bluepoint
(OTC-BB: BLPT), a new release from LynuxWorks (private), brand
building at Red Hat (NASD: RHAT), TurboLinux (private), and
Motorola (NYSE: MOT)."