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IT Management Linux News for Nov 14, 2006

  • ZDNet Australia: Sydney Novell User Group Welcomes MS Deal (Nov 14, 2006, 19:00)
    "The president of the Sydney Novell User Group (SNUG) expects end users to benefit from Novell's new relationship with software giant Microsoft, but remains suspicious about Redmond's intentions..."

  • SeekingAlpha: Red Hat Stock Climbing Back (Nov 14, 2006, 17:30)
    "Red Hat shares have come scratching back from their worst levels following the twin announcements..."

  • Novell: Novell Answers Questions from the Community (Nov 14, 2006, 16:45)
    "Since the announcement of the Novell-Microsoft agreement on November 2, we have been flooded with questions from the open source community about what this deal means to the Linux, the open source community, and even what this deal means for Novell..."

  • Builder AU: FUD Motivated Microsoft SUSE Deal: Analyst (Nov 14, 2006, 16:00)
    "However, analysts are advising CIOs to not let the announcement affect their IT purchasing decisions in the short term..."

  • CIOL: City of Vienna Deploys Red Hat (Nov 14, 2006, 15:15)
    "The city of Vienna has migrated more than 100 servers to Red Hat Enterprise Linux, principally deploying Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES and AS on HP hardware..."

  • Computerworld: Sun Eyeing GPL for OpenSolaris (Nov 14, 2006, 13:45)
    "It's not every day your boss puts you on the spot. But that's exactly what the head of Sun Microsystems Inc. did to his chief software executive today as they both celebrated the vendor's move to make its core Java platform freely available..."

  • The Next Frontier: Confessions of a Capitalist Luddite (Nov 14, 2006, 00:30)
    "Capitalists, where is the Open Source equivalent of Outlook? Please, don't give me a list of products that run on Linux desktops, I am asking about a Windows offering..."