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IT Management Linux News for Oct 13, 2009

  • I'll Use Linux When $App Magically Appears (2009-10-13 21:03:25)
    Linux Today Blog: "I chose Linux as my primary computing platform based on informed comparisons. I wish the Windows partisans would return the favor, and shush when they don't know what they're talking about. What a quiet Internet it would be...."

  • Sidekick: Microsoft's biggest failure yet? (2009-10-13 18:33:25)
    Sure, it's Secure!: "You can't make stuff this bad up. Many T-Mobile Sidekick smartphone users lost all their contacts, calendar entries, photographs, you name it, when Sidekick's back-end software provider Microsoft, Danger, went down."

  • Netgear responds to open source criticism (2009-10-13 14:33:25)
    Netstat -vat: "Last week Netgear announced its RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router, calling it an open source Linux platform. The problem is that according to critics, Netgear is not complying with the open source GPL license."

  • Bringing Linux to Small Business (2009-10-13 13:43:25)
    Linux Foundation: "We are all impressed and excited by the success of commercial Linux vendors. Red Hat, Novell, Canonical, Mandriva, Oracle, and a host of other Linux companies are making great strides in delivering performance and value to the enterprise marketplace"