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IT Management Linux News for Oct 18, 2002

  • Sun Slashing 11% of Jobs (Oct 18, 2002, 14:30)
    "Sun Microsystems Thursday said it would begin to hand out pink slips to 11 percent or 4,334 of its employees, consultants and contractors as a result of a slump in the tech economy..."

  • LinuxPR: Open Source Software Brings Huge Benefits To Construction Firm (Oct 18, 2002, 02:30)
    "By replacing its back-end IT infrastructure with open source software, a London-based construction firm has gained huge benefits in reliability, scalability and performance, plus more than halved its annual Microsoft licensing fees..." Press release within.

  • Salon: U.S. Embassy to Dmitry Sklyarov: Access Denied (Oct 18, 2002, 01:00)
    "The federal government's case against the Russian software firm ElcomSoft--the first criminal trial under the controversial Digital Millennium Copyright Act--seems to be in legal limbo after two key witnesses were refused entry into the United States in mid-October..."