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IT Management Linux News for Aug 08, 2007

  • Eroding the Meaning of "Open Source," IBM-Style (2007-08-08 23:00:57)
    Computer Business Review: "After all, when it comes to eroding the meaning of 'open source,' one need look no further than the apparent protector of all things Linux, IBM..."

  • Oracle on Linux Is No Game (2007-08-08 19:00:11)
    internetnews.com: "Oracle is continuing to push hard with its Linux efforts, today announcing a series of new open source projects and initiatives..."

  • Novell CEO: We Need To Standardize Linux (2007-08-08 18:45:12)
    internetnews.com: "According to Novell President and CEO Ron Hovsepian, there needs to be more application availability on Linux in order to accelerate Linux adoption..."

  • Indian Agency to Deploy Linux in Schools (2007-08-08 17:00:22)
    InfoWorld: "ELCOT, whic provides IT services to the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, has already migrated its own infrastructure from Windows to Suse Linux Enterprise..."

  • Dell, AMD, Red Hat Partner on Migration (2007-08-08 15:30:08)
    Linux-Watch: "...Dell and Red Hat on Aug. 7 will be delivering a simplified way for customers to use Red Hat Enterprise Linux and JBoss to migrate from costly legacy application infrastructures using open-source software and standards-based hardware..."

  • Little Progress in States' ODF Considerations (2007-08-08 15:00:00)
    InfoWorld Nederland: "The debate over use of the open document format among U.S. states appears to have hit a wall as experts representing both sides of the issue offered few new insights into the subject..."

  • IBM Gets Tighter With Green, Novell (2007-08-08 12:45:59)
    internetnews.com: "Though IBM sells and supports both Novell and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Big Blue is getting closer with Novell, at least on the middleware side..."

  • LinuxWorld and the Next Generation Datacenter (2007-08-08 02:15:32)
    ZDNet: "The authors of these articles appear surprised that the focus of LinuxWorld has been broadening over time to focus on how Linux is being used in the corporate datacenter and other important, related technologies such as virtualization..."