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IT Management Linux News for Mar 20, 2008

  • Iceland's Strong Stand on Open Source and Open Standards (2008-03-20 18:45:51)
    Open Malaysia: "The Prime Minister's Office of the Government of Iceland has released their policy on Free and Open Source Software. Reading it shows that the policy is well though through..."

  • Novell Chief: We Helped Microsoft be More Open (2008-03-20 18:00:58)
    ZDNet UK: "Unsurprisingly, Novell's chief executive, Ron Hovsepian, does not see his company as desperate or a traitor to the open-source community, which it bought into with its 2003 acquisition of Suse Linux..."

  • Open-Source Efforts Derailed by 'Loud Minority' (2008-03-20 16:30:37)
    ZDNet UK: "Efforts to increase the adoption of open-source software are being derailed by the efforts of a 'loud minority' within the community who have made personal attacks on individuals who have expressed doubts about the software..."

  • Microsoft 'Tax' on Linux in Schools Must End Says Becta (2008-03-20 14:15:20)
    Computerworld UK: "Dr Stephen Lucey joined Becta in 2000 and is now their Executive Director (Strategic Technologies). Becta is the Government organisation with oversight of all things ICT in UK schools..."

  • Novell, SAP Aim to Draw SMBs to SUSE Linux (2008-03-20 12:00:11)
    eWeek Mid-Market: "Novell and SAP have announced that they will customize SAP's enterprise applications to work even more efficiently with SUSE Linux Enterprise and its associated virtualization and identity management technologies..."