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IT Management Linux News for Jan 26, 2011

  • LCA 2011: APNIC scientist warns of impending IPv4 doomsday (2011-01-26 23:34:48)
    IT Wire: "Many who warn of an impending doomsday can be put into the chicken little class. Geoff Huston does not fit into that bracket."

  • What Does a Good IT Manager Look Like? (2011-01-26 19:04:48)
    Linux Planet: "So let's take a look at what a good IT manager does. Because there are such persons, and they make all the difference between satisfaction and pain, between feelings of accomplishment and feelings of time-killing soul-sucking despair."

  • Linux Skills Are Hot on Improving IT Hiring Front (2011-01-26 13:34:48)
    PC World: "IT professionals enjoyed a dramatically improved hiring landscape in 2010, marked in particular by the fewest job cuts in a year since 2000."

  • CoreTrace Brings Application Whitelisting to Linux, Mac (2011-01-26 13:04:48)
    Datamation: "Application whitelisting is coming to Linux and Mac platforms. To date, application whitelisting vendor CoreTrace has offered its Bouncer technology just for Windows, yet is now set to expand the effort due to market demand and opportunity."

  • Reclaim Deleted Files and Repair Filesystems on Linux (2011-01-26 10:34:48)
    Linux.com: "Linux is as solid an operating system as you'll ever use -- but that doesn't mean that the hardware you're running it on is equally solid. Hard drives are as prone to errors as are file systems"

  • Host Based Intrusion Detection - Samhain (2011-01-26 04:34:48)
    Howtoforge: "This article describes in some detail how to install Samhain, the host based intrusion detection system. For further information regarding Samhain, please see http://www.la-samhna.de/samhain/"

  • Cisco updates Linux powered small biz routers (2011-01-26 03:04:48)
    Small Business Computing: "Cisco rolls out new 200-series switches and a Linux powered router, which deliver SSL-VPN and management capabilities to small business professionals."