Dell and Altiris Cozier Now
Warning wrote: Maureen O'Gara is a bought and paid-for SCO whore. Even if a tiny grain of truth manages to appear in any of her writing (you know, the rare exception to the rule), better to get your n...
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Immunix Acquisition by Novell Boosts Enterprise Linux Security
Novell has expanded its commitment to enterprise-class security by acquiring Immunix, Inc., a leading provider of host-based application security solutions for Linux. AppArmor, the Linux application security system, will from today be called Novell AppArmor. Immunix, founded in Portland, Oregon, in 1998, was instrumental in the development of the security architecture of the Linux kernel and has close ties with the Linux development community. "Security is our passion, not just our profession," said Crispin Cowan, Immunix's CTO and co-founder.
IBM & Red Hat Combine to Accelerate Linux Mainframe Adoption
Mainframe customers who are looking to quickly leverage the business and technical benefits of Linux and open source software received a boost today, according to IBM and Red Hat, as they announced zSeries mainframe customers can now order a solution that includes IBM's Integrated Facility for Linux engine and a subscription of Red Hat Linux Enterprise v.4 for zSeries systems.
Linux in India: Linux-based "Mobile Desktop" Unveiled
The innovative features of a Linux-based Mobile Desktop called 'Mobilis' have already attracted three major clients viz. ITC (for health and education), Reva Electric Car Company (for its dashboards) and some South African Universities for their students, said the company's CEO yesterday in a launch event sponsored by the Government of India's Ministry of Science & Technology.
Our .NETCF Book is on the TechNet Security Book List
Back when Dan Fox and I wrote our .NET Compact Framework book, I never had any idea how long it would have value.  And with V2 coming down the pike, this book's lifetime will be over by EOY.  However, I do run across it from time to time.  For exampl
Review: Freakonomics, by Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner
FREAKONOMICS: A Rogue Economist Explores The Hidden Side of Everythingby Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner, William Morrow, 2005 I really wanted to like this book. There's a lot about how economist Steven Levitt thinks that I resonate with, and the fre
Java based operating systems
While thinking about operating systems in general I was thinking about a Java based operating system that is built ground up using Java. This will obviously run on top of the Virtual Machine and the idea is to create an environment that can be used t

Organize Your GUI with Layout Managers
PowerBuilder novices know the problem as well as seasoned PowerBuilder developers. You build a window in the window painter. You arrange the controls on the window and the layout looks fine.
Surviving in a Tough Market
The last two years have been filled with considerable excitement over the potential of wireless LANs (WLANs) and the enthusiasm continues into 2004. The debate as to whether WLANs will complement or cannibalize 3G networks hasn't let up. Several prominent analysts have labeled 802.11 as a disruptive technology, even though it has been around for a while, and forecasted negative revenue implication...

Viewpoint: The State of Laptop Linux - 2005
IBM Asks for More Time To Turn Over SCO Discovery
Open Source Licensing: Rosen Claims GPL Would Never Stand Up in Court
SCO Claims Groklaw's Pamela Jones Is "Not Who She Says She Is"
GPL Sued For "Software Price Fixing"
Opinion: Might Sun Buy SCO?


Open Source Visionary Joel Burton Joins CIGNEX Team
PalmSource Launches Palm Powered Mobile World in China
Understanding JSSE
Linspire On PowerSpec Desktops from Micro Center from Today
New Version of DataDirect Connect for .NET Released
Running Java on Windows: Apache On Path for Open-Source Java Project