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IT Management Linux News for Dec 14, 2007

  • "Time to Change" (2007-12-14 23:30:43)
    Editor's Note: Red Hat, stalwart commercial vendor of Linux in the enterprise, is showing signs of disarray. A momentary lapse of reason, or a sign of the times to come?

  • The Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin: Linux Adoption's Next Phase (2007-12-14 22:00:17)
    LinuxInsider: "During this past year, Zemlin has observed some significant changes in the Linux OS and the open source market..."

  • Leicester City Council Picks Microsoft and Novell for Support (2007-12-14 18:15:27)
    ComputerWeekly: "Leicester City Council is the first public sector organisation to sign-up for the joint Microsoft/Novell support contract to support its Windows and open source infrastructure..."

  • NYSE Places Buy On Linux, Hold On Unix (2007-12-14 17:30:27)
    Computerworld: "The New York Stock Exchange is investing heavily in x86-based Linux systems and blade servers as it builds out the NYSE Hybrid Market trading system that it launched last year..."

  • Netherlands Adopts Open-Source Software (2007-12-14 13:00:51)
    AP/Google: "The Dutch government has set a soft deadline of April 2008 for its agencies to start using open-source software..."

  • Novell Reports a Loss, But Linux Revenue Up 69% (2007-12-14 01:45:53)
    The Open Road: "There are positives and negatives to take away from Novell's earnings call..."