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IT Management Linux News for Feb 25, 2009

  • ZaReason: An Amazing Attack of Linux Cluefulness (Feb 25, 2009, 22:34)
    LinuxPlanet: "ZaReason is an independent Linux systems vendor, and I think one of the best. They "get it". Which is not something you can say about a lot of Linux vendors. Like the ones who plaster "We Recommend Windows Vista!" all over their Linux pages..."

  • Ballmer: Linux Bigger Competitor than Apple (Feb 25, 2009, 22:04)
    OSNews: "You'd think Apple was their number one competitor - and you'd be wrong. Microsoft sees two other competitors as their primary adversaries."

  • The Windows-versus-Linux server face-off (Feb 25, 2009, 21:04)
    InfoWorld: "Linux certainly has established itself as a prominent server OS these days, pushing Unix into the background. But the open source OS shares the stage with commercial software giant Microsoft, which remains a dominant player with Windows Server."

  • Attack on SSL Users Discovered, Tool Sources Released (Feb 25, 2009, 17:04)
    Linux Magazine: "SSL won't come to a rest: the newest attack isn't about encryption or errors in the Secure Sockets Layer protocol, it's about the weakest link in the chain -- the user."

  • Novell plays Casablanca in Virtualization Wars (Feb 25, 2009, 15:34)
    Practical Technology: "On February 24th, Novell made an important virtualization announcement, but it wasn't the one some of us thought it would be. Instead of announcing that it would be partnering closer with Citrix and Microsoft, Novell announced that it would be working with VMware to help ISVs (independent software vendors) build SUSE Linux Enterprise-based virtual appliances."

  • You do know you can't rely on Gmail, right? (Feb 25, 2009, 10:34)
    Cyber Cynic: "The first news I heard this morning was that Google's Gmail had been down last night. It was also the second, third, and fourth news I heard this morning. Come on already! What did you expect?"