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Choosing Between Linux and Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process
Because small to medium enterprises are limited in their resources, they must carefully consider which of the two major operating systems available—Microsoft

linux mandrake reviews  Good examples are such Linux distributions as SuSe , Mandrake , and RedHat , which tend to be more intuitively understood. However, they are based on the original Linux concept, which is typically not user friendly. For servers, this aspect may not be so important, but it is quite the opposite when it comes to desktop use. SMEs do not have extensive assets and are not keen to spend on unnecessary employee education. Although some Linux versions are fairly easy to use, they are still far from the industry

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Red Hat Plays 'Love You, Love You Not' with CPUs


Red Hat has announced the release of Alpha Deluxe, its version of Linux for computers based on Compaq’s Alpha CPU. At the same time, the company announced it would drop support for Sun’s Sparc processor.

linux mandrake reviews  Alpha Deluxe , its Linux version that will run on computers powered by Compaq Computer Corporation's Alpha processor. Compaq will pre-install Alpha Deluxe on its AlphaServer DS and ES lines, as well as its Alpha-based workstations. In addition to being customized for Alpha, it will utilize the GNOME interface, and will ship with 800 additional programs. Red Hat has also announced that it will no longer support Sun Microsystems ' Sparc processor, beginning with Version 7, Red Hat's most recent release Read More

Bite-sized Apps-A New Trend in Enterprise Software


TEC principal analyst P.J. Jakovljevic reviews the latest offerings from UNIT4 and SYSPRO, which appear to mark a new trend in enterprise software—small, focused, “bite-sized” applications to extend enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. The fact that their price and footprint are well defined give them broad appeal. Read this article to learn more.

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Corel and PC Chips to Accelerate Mass Desktop Deployment of Linux


Corel Corporation today announced its first major Linux(r) OEM alliance, which will see its Linux operating system, Corel(r) LINUX(r), bundled with every computer motherboard package shipped worldwide by the PC Chips group of companies.

linux mandrake reviews  Mass Desktop Deployment of Linux Event Summary November 1st, 1999 - Corel Corporation today announced its first major Linux OEM alliance, which will see its Corel Linux operating system bundled with every computer motherboard package shipped worldwide by the PC Chips group of companies. PC Chips will also ship Corel(r) WordPerfect(r) 8 for Linux and Corel WordPerfect Suite 8 OEM (for Windows(r)) with its motherboards. In addition, the alliance calls for a joint marketing campaign for a relationship on Read More

Customer Relationship Management Buyer's Guide (Summary Edition)


Customer relationship management (CRM) has matured, and offers more choices than ever before. This buyer’s guide reviews the latest innovations in this software space, focusing on cloud, mobile, and social options, and includes a section on the range of customer-centric and process-oriented add-ons and applications available. The guide also includes valuable CRM resources and a directory of CRM vendors.

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TurboLinux Clusters One More Step Taken


TurboLinux Inc. debuted its anticipated TurboCluster Server, starting at $995 for two-node clusters. The product will scale to cluster 30 Intel-based servers.

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Migrating to Linux: Application Challenges and Solutions


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linux mandrake reviews  Application Challenges and Solutions Linux operating systems are taking the world by storm, and have seen double-digit growth rates for seven consecutive quarters. With its promise of higher performance and better stability and security, Linux has become the alternative to traditional Windows-based servers. By deploying Linux in key strategic areas and taking advantage of application publishing solutions, you can lower your costs and speed time-to-market. Read More

Come See the Softer Side of Linux?


Three hardware manufacturers, trying to upgrade the scalability and manageability of Linux servers, announced major Linux server initiatives at LinuxWorld in New York.

linux mandrake reviews  scalability and manageability of Linux servers, announced major Linux server initiatives at LinuxWorld in New York. VA Linux Systems: VA Cluster Manager VA Linux Systems (Sunnyvale, Calif.) demonstrated its VA Cluster Manager (VACM), pronounced vacuum by its development team. VACM, which will go into its beta test phase this week, is expected to become generally available sometime in the second quarter. VACM can be used either for managing large clusters of Linux servers or for general-purpose, remote Read More

Choosing HBAs for Linux Environments


IT managers know that choosing the Linux host bus adapter (HBA) for their data center infrastructures can impact the reliability of their systems. That is why Linux-based servers are being deployed in many enterprises. You can use the reliability of QLogic storage area networks (SANs) to drive more value from your SAN investments—giving your IT managers increased reliability and scalability in a hardware portfolio.

linux mandrake reviews  HBAs for Linux Environments IT managers know that choosing the Linux host bus adapter (HBA) for their data center infrastructures can impact the reliability of their systems. That is why Linux-based servers are being deployed in many enterprises. You can use the reliability of QLogic storage area networks (SANs) to drive more value from your SAN investments—giving your IT managers increased reliability and scalability in a hardware portfolio. Read More

At Least It Hasn’t Been Renamed Linux 2001


Linus Torvalds and the Linux community released another test version of the Linux 2.4 kernel in late May, 2000. New features are delaying this version which was originally scheduled for October 1999.

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Colosa


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Better Together: Blades, Linux, and Insight Control


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MainWin for Linux - NT Apps without NT


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OS SmackDown!


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