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IT Management Linux News for Mar 21, 2005

  • NewsForge: Novell's Brainshare 2005--Day 1 (Mar 21, 2005, 19:00)
    BrainShare: "Brainshare 2005 kicked off today in the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah. Over 6,000 attendees have registered for Novell's annual gathering of clients, partners, and vendors this year..."

  • LinuxWorld Australia: Turbolinux Turns Profitable, Looks to India (Mar 21, 2005, 18:15)
    "Turbolinux achieved profitability in Japan and China for the first time last year and is now looking to expand its operations in India, its chief financial officer (CFO) said Wednesday..."

  • Linux Skills Shortage Gives Redmond a Win? (Mar 21, 2005, 17:30)
    PC Pro reports that a recent Linux to Microsoft migration may be tied to lack of available Linux developers. Over at ONLamp, Jono Bacon gives his analysis of what happened. Articles within.

  • Tux: EDS Loves Me... They Love Me Not... (Mar 21, 2005, 15:30)
    Last week EDS Global Alliances lambasted Linux as not being "a suitable operating system for the largest of enterprise customers." Yet a little digging reveals an EDS case study that indicates the "Linux environment provides a level of security and stability unavailable elsewhere." Articles within.

  • PR: Mandrakesoft Announces 2005 Roadmap, New Version Naming Scheme (Mar 21, 2005, 15:00)
    The first changes out of the Mandrakesoft-Conectiva merger have been announced. New release cycles, naming schemes, and a new transitional product are among the announcements found in the press release within.

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: MySQL 5 to Open Once-Closed Doors (Mar 21, 2005, 13:45)
    "MySQL AB CEO Marten Mickos won't reveal the release date of MySQL 5.0, but he does promise that it has all the goodies requested by database developers and corporate users..."