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IT Management Linux News for Mar 19, 2010

  • The New Open Source Business Model Still Relies on Closed Source (2010-03-19 17:34:31)
    Linux Planet: "Businesses are struggling with how to make money from open-source software. Is going closed-source still the only way?"

  • Allianz CIO 'lost hair' over Linux upgrade (2010-03-19 12:34:31)
    ZDNet: "Allianz Australia Insurance chief information officer (CIO) Steve Cole said yesterday he had done the equivalent of losing hair while undertaking an upgrade that saw the company move from multiple Wintel servers to a Linux mainframe."

  • Google Denied Trademark for Nexus One (2010-03-19 09:04:31)
    Datamation: "Google doesn't get embarrassed too often, but the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) just dealt it a loss of face by rejecting its application for a trademark for the Nexus One smartphone."

  • Phoromatic 1.0 Unleashed & Ubuntu Joins The Party (2010-03-19 03:04:31)
    Phoronix: "Phoromatic has been a huge success, but today we are announcing that Phoromatic has reached a 1.0 status and additionally we are providing the Ubuntu Linux community with a new performance tracker in collaboration with Canonical."

  • IBM Adopts Red Hat's Virtualization Technologies for Cloud Computing (2010-03-19 00:04:31)
    Serverwatch: "As cloud computing deployments ramp up, so too does the competitive battle for the cloud infrastructure technology supporting those deployments."