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IT Management Linux News for Jan 15, 2009

  • IT Salary 2009: Survey Says Modest Declines (2009-01-15 22:34:25)
    Datamation: "Surprising no one, IT salaries in 2009 are undergoing a contraction -- so far modest -- as the economy grapples with a deep downturn. Based on the 2009 IT Salary Survey by Janco Associates, the mean IT salary dipped from $79,005 in January 2008 to $77,367 in January 2009, for a decline of 2.07 percent."

  • Intranet Journal 2009 Product of the Year Awards: Nominate Your Favorite (2009-01-15 20:04:25)
    Intranet Journal: "The Intranet Journal Product of the Year 2009 Awards recognize Intranet Journal readers' choices for achievement and innovation in enterprise sofware products."

  • A sound of Thunder (2009-01-15 17:34:25)
    Tux Deluxe: "Let's get in the time machine, go back a few years and take our foot off the crushed butterfly of Windows Vista and look at what was promised for the previous version of Windows. Windows Vista is "safer and more reliable" and there were "dozens of wonderful new features". Dozens! After five and a half years in development, there are dozens of new features."

  • Cracking WiFI passwords with ATI and NVIDIA (2009-01-15 16:34:25)
    IT Wire: "WiFi encryption has just got even less secure now that the Russians reckon you can crack WPA and WPA2 passwords with both ATI and NVIDIA graphics cards."

  • The enterprise value of modifying open source (2009-01-15 03:04:25)
    The Open Road: "I spent some time with a large customer of Alfresco's today, and heard an interesting reason for why choosing open source was critical to them. Granted, it's a large media company, and so its needs may not fit those of most other enterprise customers."