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IT Management Linux News for Oct 15, 2009

  • IBM, Digium Team on Asterisk Phone System (2009-10-15 23:03:53)
    InternetNews: "The work will see Asterisk getting a boost with a tie-in to IBM's Smart Cube. The six-month-old IBM Smart Cube platform is designed for small- and midsized businesses (SMB). The general idea is that the server is an easy-to-configure appliance for a variety of business applications."

  • Why Would You Pay for Free Software? (2009-10-15 15:03:53)
    Enterprise Networking Planet: "We all know we can use open source software without paying, but the real question is: what compels people to buy free stuff?"

  • Nagios: Passive Checks with NSC (2009-10-15 10:33:34)
    BeginLinux: "This Nagios NSCA mini-course will provide you with the information you need so set up a Nagios server that receives passive communication from other servers and it will demonstrate how to set up a clients to send passive checks to the Nagios central server."

  • Final Bilski Briefs Filed - Microsoft, Google, FFII, ABA, etc. (2009-10-15 01:33:34)
    Groklaw: "More intriguing Bilski briefs filed. The door is shut now, so there will be no more, I gather. Both the ABA and Patently O have them all listed, and the latter includes a helpful brief blurb giving an outline of the theme of each. So read them all if you wish."

  • 5 of the Best Free Human Resource Management Software (2009-10-15 00:03:34)
    LinuxLinks: "Now, let's explore the 5 HRM applications at hand. For each title we have compiled its own portal page, providing a screenshot of the software in action, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, together with links to relevant resources and reviews."