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IT Management Linux News for Dec 19, 2008

  • Hard Work is Dead. Call It 'Work Ethic 2.0' (2008-12-19 20:34:05)
    Datamation: "The industrial revolution didn't arise out of nowhere, and it didn't arise everywhere. It was made possible by the emergence of a set of personal values that came to be known as the "work ethic.""

  • Free openSUSE Training Course (2008-12-19 20:04:05)
    EasyLinuxCDs.com "Earlier known as Suse or SuSE and used as a business-only solution, now OpenSUSE concentrates on home users desktops and workstations. Great features like YAST system administration control center, easy installation and configuration, and great support has made OpenSUSE popular among desktop users. This course outlines the entire operating system step-by-step."

  • The Linux Desktop Isn't Your Father's PC (2008-12-19 19:04:05)
    CNet: "Here's the thing, everyone who hears "Linux desktop" has a knee-jerk reaction and thinks of all the things they do on their own PC, laptop, Mac. The reality is you're probably not the target market for virtual desktops."

  • What Vendors Really Mean by 'Open Source' (2008-12-19 18:04:05)
    ZDNet: "When you say 'open source', you may be clear about what you mean. However, others are twisting the term for their own ends, says open-source expert Mark Taylor."

  • Bye-Bye Macworld, Brainshare, CES (2008-12-19 13:34:05)
    Cyber Cynic: "Back in pre-history when I started writing about technology, that is to say the 1980s, trade shows were the place to find out what going on. My how things have changed. Brainshare, Novell's big show, has been canned. Steve Jobs isn't showing up for Macworld, and Apple is pulling out of the show next year."

  • Open-Source Solutions Catch Fire with VARs (2008-12-19 09:04:05)
    IT Channel Planet: "There's a love affair brewing between channel partners and open source. After flying below the radar for several years, open-source solutions are gaining altitude in the channel as VARs discover there's money to be made in the open-source world."

  • 2008: Bigger Networks and the DNS Boogyman (2008-12-19 06:04:05)
    InternetNews: "This year, the networking industry faced down its most serious security challenge in the last twenty years."