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IT Management Linux News for May 01, 2003

  • LinuxPlanet: Real World Linux Showcases New Products, Strategies (May 01, 2003, 20:30)
    "Dee-Ann LeBlanc took a trans-Canadian trip to Toronto this week to visit and speak at the Real World Linux conference. She picked up some interesting bits of news while she was there, including word of a new business venture from TransGaming..."

  • Computerworld.au: IBM, Nicta to Collaborate on Open Source (May 01, 2003, 17:30)
    "The centre will focus on open source software with the anticipation of attracting the attention of government and enterprise IT departments with the researchers primarily based at the University of New South Wales..."

  • CNET News: SCO Directs Attention to New Software (May 01, 2003, 14:30)
    "SCO Group's fastest-growing revenue source stems from its efforts to enforce proper licensing of its software, but the company announced Web services software Wednesday that could steer some attention back to the company's products as well..."

  • CNET News: What's 64-bit Computing to Linux? (May 01, 2003, 13:00)
    "Unlike most areas of the technology business, 64-bit computing has somehow remained immune to the forces of commodity competition..."

  • NewsFactor: Will the Real Database Leader Please Stand Up? (May 01, 2003, 10:00)
    "Though Oracle and IBM deny that MySQL, PostgreSQL or other open-source offerings are a threat to their enterprise business, they are still taking steps to re-emphasize their low-end offerings..."

  • osOpinion: Microsoft's Ugly Little Registration Bug (May 01, 2003, 04:00)
    "But Microsoft doesn't speak about the other costs that come native to Windows that you won't find with Linux, aside from Redmond's hefty license fees: that is, the extra administrative cost of a notoriously insecure, buggy and unstable operating system..."