IT Management Linux News for Aug 14, 2003
Personal Computer World: Sun Mad as a Hatter Over Microsoft Worm (Aug 14, 2003, 22:00)
"With a worm designed to exploit a Windows flaw once again in
the news, Sun Microsystems has decided to bring forward the
registration date for its open source rival to Microsoft..."
PR: OSDL Releases Q&A Addressing Recent Legal Actions by SCO Group (Aug 14, 2003, 21:00)
"The paper asks and answers key questions about SCO Group's
current lawsuit against IBM and about its threatened litigation
against users of Linux..."
ZDNet Australia: Damned If You Do and Damned If You Don't (Aug 14, 2003, 21:00)
"Well, in the interest of the user (but of course), SCO is now
preparing to invoice customers running or developing applications
LinuxPlanet: Tux Makes Orbitz Fly High (Aug 14, 2003, 19:00)
"It is perhaps one of the most commercially-oriented ventures on
the Internet today: a travel Web site run by a consortium of
airlines. You can't get more corporate-minded than that. So what is
Orbitz doing when working directly with the open source community
for support issues on its massive search engines? Enjoying one of
the many benefits of Linux, that's what..."
Bank Technology News: Linux Woos Wall St. (Aug 14, 2003, 18:00)
"It turns out that Linux can help Wall firms accomplish a task
it prizes above almost all else: cutting costs..."
Line56: The Linux Decision (Aug 14, 2003, 17:00)
"The University of Nebraska considers leaving Windows and Intel
environment for cheaper Linux-ready Lotus..."
CNET News: The Other Linux (Aug 14, 2003, 16:00)
"Through one of history's quirks, Seibt again finds himself in a
mano-a-mano struggle against Windows--but this time he heads SuSE,
a company whose operating system is causing major headaches for the
folks up in Redmond..."
AlwaysOn: Khosla: Open Source Optimist (Aug 14, 2003, 13:00)
"Vinod Khosla discusses the networking sector and Linux, and
explains that he's still a technology optimist..."
CNET: BMC Widens Support for Linux (Aug 14, 2003, 02:30)
"BMC Software announced a new version of its Deployment Manager
for Linux software Tuesday as well as increased support for
enterprise Linux software..."