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IT Management Linux News for Jul 10, 2009

  • Windows of mass destruction (Jul 10, 2009, 19:04)
    Cyber Cynic: "At times, these assaults have knocked out multiple major sites. North Korea has been taking the blame for these attacks, but no one has any proof yet. What we do know is that the weapon that's doing this damage is compromised Windows PCs."

  • Free O'Reilly Webcast: An Introduction to Hadoop (Jul 10, 2009, 18:34)
    O'Reilly Media press release: "Join us for this free, live webcast: An Introduction to Hadoop Presented by Christophe Bisciglia, founder of Cloudera and Tom White, author of Hadoop: The Definitive Guide"

  • Dell is sticking with Ubuntu (Jul 10, 2009, 17:34)
    Cyber Cynic: "I really don't know how this rumor got started, but there are people talking about Dell no longer shipping Ubuntu-powered PCs. Nothing could be further from the truth."

  • Routing around the desktop (Jul 10, 2009, 15:34)
    The H Open: "Microsoft's dominance of the desktop "is being chipped away from this side, from that side, and from underneath with embedded Linux, led by different players with different strengths, chipping away at the front door, the back door, the side doors, and the roof.""

  • Linux Knows the Way to Sesame Street (Jul 10, 2009, 10:34)
    Linux.com: "Looking for a long-term solution to their IT needs, Sesame Workshop selected Novell ZENworks Asset Management to streamline its inventory processes, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as the open platform for its Web architecture."

  • Red Hat: From manic acquisitions to focused execution (Jul 10, 2009, 00:04)
    The Open Road: "Despite a meteoric initial public offering in 1999, Red Hat spent years fumbling about for a winning game plan, dabbling in technologies that took it far beyond its core competence in operating systems."