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IT Management Linux News for Apr 11, 2007

  • Sun CEO: "Proprietary"... Did More Damage to Sun Than Any Market Downturn (2007-04-11 23:15:54)
    InfoWorld: "For years we were called proprietary--a moniker that did more damage to Sun than any market downturn. And frankly, we've spent years recovering..."

  • Ubuntu Linux: To the Server Side and Beyond? (2007-04-11 20:15:58)
    SearchEnterpriseLinux: "As the launch of Ubuntu 'Feisty Fawn' 7.04 draws near, proponents of the Linux operating system are predicting much wider adoption of it in server environments..."

  • Clearing Up the Novell ClearType Controversy (2007-04-11 15:00:34)
    Linux-Watch: "A recent story on the 'Boycott Novell' website reported that 'Novell's Linux is losing features which supposedly infringe on Microsoft software patents...'"

  • IT Security Firm Trusts Open Source Inside and Out (2007-04-11 07:30:23)
    Linux.com: "An Atlanta IT security company is finding success by employing open source software, not just in the network security appliance it sells, but on its own desktops and servers..."

  • Is Oracle Good for the Linux Market? (2007-04-11 01:30:51)
    RedMonk: "Rather than create their own unique distribution, or tab an existing volume distribution that lacks enterprise heft (think Ubuntu), they chose to fork (my word, not theirs) Red Hat's Enterprise Linux..."

  • Why Microsoft is Under Assault from All Corners (2007-04-11 00:00:40)
    CNET News: "For those keeping an antitrust scorecard in the IT industry, it is increasingly difficult to keep track of all the players..."