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IT Management Linux News for Nov 19, 2009

  • Storage Vendors Cut Costs With Open Source (Nov 19, 2009, 20:33)
    Enterprise Storage Forum: "Two data storage vendors are out with new products this week that they claim can save users a bundle over more traditional storage systems. Nexenta and ParaScale both use open source software and commodity hardware to lower storage costs for enterprises."

  • Droid by Motorola sales hit 250K (Nov 19, 2009, 16:33)
    Linux Devices: "Verizon Wireless sold 250,000 units of its Droid by Motorola phone, according to eWEEK, which has also given the Droid a rave review. Meanwhile, the rumor of a Google-branded Android phone refuses to die, Palm's CEO trash-talks the Droid, and tomorrow Google will unveil its Linux-based Chrome OS, say various reports."

  • HP ProCurve One : Linux Based but Does it Matter? (Nov 19, 2009, 15:33)
    InternetNews: "HP expands its app blade switch effort with new partners and programs. And does the fact ONE is Linux-based matter?"

  • Time to compile the naughty list: Who isn't playing nice with Linux? (Nov 19, 2009, 13:33)
    TechRepublic: "So I might be a bit of a rabble-rouser, but since I brought up the example of Linux/open source discrimination in my last post, "You can't get there from here: Linux platform hurdles" and asked for your feedback, I keep seeing all sorts of complaints of the similarly disgruntled from all over the Internets/series of tubes."

  • Use Samba With Windows 7 Clients (Nov 19, 2009, 12:33)
    Enterprise Networking Planet: "Windows 7 is out, and everyone says they are going to upgrade, finally. What does this mean for your Samba servers? In this article we will talk about our experience using Windows 7 with Samba, both as a domain controller and as a basic file server."