IT Management Linux News for Feb 21, 2006
Canadian Transportation and Logistics: Aloha Airlines Signs Pact for Web-Based Cargo System (Feb 21, 2006, 22:00)
"As part of the hosted service, Cargo Data Management is
managing all of Aloha Airlines' data on an Oracle 10G database,
running on a Linux operating system..."
AME Info: Singapore Housing Saves Money with Linux (Feb 21, 2006, 18:15)
"As part of the drive to cut costs and future saving, Singapore
Housing Development Board decided to migrate its business
applications on the Internet and intranet to Linux as its strategic
Computer Business Review: Oracle Keeps Eye on Open Source Cradle (Feb 21, 2006, 16:45)
"Its ongoing buying spree may have reduced the number of
competitors Oracle Corp faces, but for every rival taken out there
is a threat that a new one will rise in its place and open source
could be the cradle..."
IT Manager's Journal: Sarbanes-Oxley May Up the Ante for GPL Violations (Feb 21, 2006, 16:00)
"However, the intellectual property disclosure requirements of
the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 may present an additional threat to
companies that violate the GPL..."
IT Week: Borland Responds to Open Source Revolution (Feb 21, 2006, 15:15)
"Borland recently took another zig-zag in its short but
turbulent history, effectively announcing that it was exiting
developer tools and focusing on application lifecycle management
with the acquisition of Segue Software..."
TechNewsWorld: OSDL Sacrifices Credibility to Make a Point (Feb 21, 2006, 14:30)
From the keyboard of Rob Enderle: "The statistics I am
referring to this week are those recently disseminated by the Open
Source Development Labs. I may disagree from time to time with the
OSDL but, up until now, I have never doubted the group's