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IT Management Linux News for Jan 18, 2011

  • Where Does Steve Jobs' Absence Leave Apple? (Jan 18, 2011, 23:05)
    Datamation: "The Martin Luther King holiday isn't usually a time of big tech announcements, but a brief email sent to employees by Apple CEO Steve Jobs yesterday set the tech industry abuzz."

  • Setting Up Linux Cgroups (Jan 18, 2011, 22:05)
    ServerWatch: "Last week's column introduced Linux Control Groups (or cgroups), a feature initially developed to limit resource usage in the Linux kernel. But it can do much more..."

  • Being a Free/Open Source Software Catalyst : Part I (Jan 18, 2011, 19:05)
    LXer: "Having trouble convincing the Boss when it comes to FOSS? This article discusses common pitfalls that arise when advocating Free / Open Source software in your organization. This is part I of a series of articles focused upon being a part of FOSS culture change."

  • It Management Fail: Always Blame the Worker Bees (Jan 18, 2011, 18:35)
    Linux Planet: ""Security fail: When trusted IT people go bad" has a great title. Then it's all downhill. I suppose it's appropriate for an audience of managers who want cheerleading for bad management more than good information."

  • 50 Open Source Replacements for Storage Software (Jan 18, 2011, 17:35)
    Datamation: "According to researchers at IDC, the digital universe included 1.2 million petabytes, or 1.2 zettabytes, of data by the end of 2010. In case you have trouble picturing those numbers, that's enough data to fill a stack of DVDs that stretches to the moon and back."

  • 5 VPN Clients for Linux (Jan 18, 2011, 16:35)
    Linux Planet: "Administering heterogenous networks means making Mac and Windows play nice with Linux, and each other, even when they don't want to. Here are five Linux VPN clients for Cisco, Juniper, and other VPN servers."

  • 6 of the Best Free Linux Digital Forensics Tools (Jan 18, 2011, 07:05)
    LinuxLinks: "Linux has a good range of digital forensics tools that can process data, perform data analysis of text documents, images, videos, and executable files, present that data to the investigator in a form that helps identify relevant data, and to search the data"