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IT Management Linux News for Oct 05, 2009

  • Dell Rolls Out Laser Printer (supports Linux) (2009-10-05 17:33:54)
    Small Business Computing: "Dell takes aim at small businesses with large printing needs and, in the process, creates a new category of Dell printer. That’s according to Orlando Lacayo, the company’s global product manager for laser printers. The hardware in question, the 3330dn, is a black and white laser priced at $599."

  • Where Are the Cybercops? (2009-10-05 16:33:54)
    LinuxInsider: "Yet it is true that no one is taking ultimate responsibility for policing the Web. No one is willing -- or perhaps, able -- to say "the buck stops here." Perhaps that's as it should be?"

  • LinuxCon: Keeping open source open (2009-10-05 13:33:54)
    LWN.net: "Keith Bergelt, CEO of the Open Invention Network (OIN), described the circumstances which led the company to recently purchase 22 Microsoft patents, as part of a talk at the first LinuxCon."

  • End Users Meet Year End (2009-10-05 12:33:54)
    Linux Journal: "There are a plethora of opportunities for geeks to meet and greet one another throughout the year: linux.conf.au, Linux Congress, OSCON, Linux Plumber's Conference, LinuxCon, the list goes on. There is one, however, where the focus is purely on the customer, so-to-speak — the end user."