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IT Management Linux News for Sep 17, 2009

  • Mozilla catches half of Firefox users running insecure Flash (2009-09-17 23:02:46)
    Channel Register: "More than half of all Firefox users ran an unsafe version of Adobe's Flash Player, according to statistics collected last week as users installed the latest release of the popular open-source browser."

  • The New Windows vs. Linux Debate (2009-09-17 14:32:46)
    Serverwatch: "Despite its new one-sided approach, news out of VMworld and analysis of things from the show continues to spill forth -- perhaps the slow news cycle of the summer hasn't yet ended."

  • 10 Reasons to use Linux for Enterprise Business (2009-09-17 12:35:39)
    Simple Thoughts: "Apart from the fact that they are generally free, Linux is more secure, reliable and customizable than other proprietary counterparts. Some of the most renowned companies in the world, including the bigshots like Amazon, Google, and Yahoo, run their servers with Linux rather than Windows."

  • World's biggest open-source company? Google (2009-09-17 08:05:39)
    The Open Road: "Red Hat is generally credited as the industry's leading open-source company, but it's a distinction that is as meaningless as it is incorrect."