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IT Management Linux News for Jun 09, 2011

  • Software Patent Blockbuster: Microsoft loses to i4i (2011-06-09 22:00:14)
    ZDnet: "Software patents continue strong after Supreme Court decision in favor of i4i over Microsoft."

  • Avoiding a Cloud Computing Armageddon (2011-06-09 16:01:03)
    The Standards Blog: "Cloud computing is all the rage today, with everyone from the U.S. Federal government to Apple herding us into a brave new world of remotely hosted data and services. There are, of course, many advantages to the cloud concept. But as usual, this new IT architecture has some inherent and serious risks that cloud proponents hope potential customers will not dwell on."

  • Open source vendors unfairly excluded from government contracts (2011-06-09 14:00:00)
    Computing.co.uk: "European public sector IT contracts are unfairly favouring large suppliers such as Microsoft by ignoring the rules governing the use of trademarks in tender requests, according to a new report."

  • 5 grep like commands (2011-06-09 11:00:00)
    Linuxaria: "In particular I'll show you: pgrep, grepcidr, ngrep, pdfgrep and taggrepper."

  • So what is Ensemble anyway? (2011-06-09 10:00:00)
    Ubuntu Cloud Portal: "Have you heard of Ensemble? Are you excited about Cloud/Service Orchestration? What? Ok you’re not alone if you are scratching your head."

  • Using Postfix to Build a Masterful Mail Server (2011-06-09 01:00:11)
    OpenLogic Wazi: "Every business needs email, but not every business wants an expensive proprietary email server.."