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Bristol Technology Ships Win-to-Lin Migration Tool
Bristol Technology, Inc. has announced shipment of its Windows-to-Linux application-migration tool. Bristol's Wind/U for Linux product, which began shipping

linux mint  license. Bristol's Wind/U for Linux product, which began shipping Tuesday, enables developers to compile Microsoft Win32 API and Microsoft Foundation Class source code directly on Linux, and create native, desktop and server-based Linux applications, according to Bristol. As part of the package, Bristol is providing ports of the RogueWave Stingray Visual C++ components on Linux for use with Wind/U. Wind/U for Linux supports Red Hat Linux 6.1 and the Corel Linux distribution. Bristol also is offering Read More...
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Intel Server Trends
The Intel-based server market is one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. What are the key trends in this market, and what will they mean to

linux mint  the partitioning of features/functionality Linux movement addresses the operating environment and architecture for servers; stratification/segmentation deals with the growing divide between high-end systems and low-end systems; also deals with the reduction of categories into which servers are classified. Trends and Discussion 1) Market consolidation General Market consolidation is the name for the phenomenon where an ever-increasing share of a given market is owned by an ever-decreasing (or static) Read More...
The Multiple of Multi-platform KVM Technologies
New standards, protocols, and platforms to support the data center continually appear: TCP/IP, Telnet, SSL, PPP, USB, MacOS, Linux, and Windows 2003 servers@the

linux mint  SSL, PPP, USB, MacOS, Linux, and Windows 2003 servers—the list goes on. All offer flexibility, standardization, and compatibility. But they also pose challenges, such as silos of information and limited access from applications on other platforms. But data center infrastructure needs to be centrally managed—discover how. Read More...
Vendor Analysis: Kaspersky Anti-Virus Products Examined
Kaspersky Labs is no newcomer to anti-virus products. Headquartered in Moscow, Russia, with offices in Pleasanton, California and Cambridge, England, Kaspersky

linux mint  Kaspersky Labs indicates that Linux may be just as prone to viruses as Microsoft operating systems. Company Background Kaspersky Labs began taking shape in 1989 when Eugene Kaspersky discovered that his own computer had been infected with the Cascade virus. From 1991 to 1997 Mr. Kaspersky was employed by KAMI Information Technologies Center in Moscow. ( KAMI is now owned by i-Teco and is one of the largest systems integrators in Russia.) While at KAMI, Mr. Kaspersky led the development of an anti-virus Read More...
The Whitelisting of America: Security for IT
Once upon a time around 1995, the well-known American agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), decided that there was no computer operating system that was

linux mint  and in Red Hat Linux since 2000 and in SUSE Linux since 2005. Whitelisting is proven. More recently (2008), this capability is still not present in Microsoft operating systems. As a result, third-party vendors are looking at the Linux successes and asking Why not? Several competing vendors have recognized that if Linux systems can do it, then so can they do it for the Microsoft platforms. Several companies have brought their whitelist product to market. Each has developed its own whitelisting facility, Read More...
Will MS try the
In what may be another attempt to gain some kind of foothold in the handheld and embedded-OS market, rumors are floating that Microsoft will open the source

linux mint  News Feeling pressure from Linux in the embedded-device market, Microsoft Corp. is contemplating giving away Windows CE to some developers for free. The company is unlikely to go so far as to try to claim its effort to be Linux-like open source, but it nonetheless seems to be counting on riding the open source movement's coattails. Microsoft Corp. could make public its plans to open the Windows CE source base as soon as its Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) in late April, sources claim. Read More...
Cobalt Releases Linux
Cobalt Networks, Inc. becomes the latest vendor to jump on the Linux-cluster bandwagon, but does the software they’re touting really qualify as a cluster?

linux mint  Releases Linux Clustering Software Cobalt Releases Linux Clustering Software R. Krause - June 28, 2000 Event Summary In May Cobalt Networks Inc., a provider of server appliances, announced Cobalt StaQware, a high availability clustering solution that ensures the uptime of business critical Web sites and applications. StaQware, which runs on Cobalt's RaQ 3i server appliances, offers 99.99 percent availability and requires no customization or modification to applications. [Source: Cobalt press Read More...
Microsoft Readies Win2K Datacenter for Defeaturing
Microsoft has started telling the world that the Datacenter version of Windows 2000 will not only be delayed, but also is not yet scaling up to 32-processor

linux mint  do not presently believe Linux will use this particular delay to make greater inroads into Windows' market share, because there is still no flagship clustering/multiprocessor product. (The Beowulf clustering solution is reasonably well known within the Linux world, but it's not yet a Datacenter killer .) Note the wording this particular delay : we believe Linux will generally continue its growth curve, closing the market share gap between it and Windows NT/2000. Glossary: HALT = Highly Accelerated Read More...
Gateway & AOL Follow Crusoe’s Footprints
Gateway & AOL have selected Transmeta’s Crusoe processors for its next generation of Internet access appliances, which we’re calling “iPliances.” Some of them

linux mint  has selected Transmeta's Mobile Linux as the operating system for these products. Gateway, which also made a strategic investment in Transmeta in April 2000, selected the Transmeta Crusoe processor for inclusion in the family of IAs it plans to launch with AOL based on several criteria: high performance; lower temperature operation, which permits smaller packaging; and its low-power requirements, which dramatically increases battery life. Market Impact As we previously reported, the Gateway AOL Read More...
Mandriva
Mandriva (formerly Mandrakesoft) offers its enterprise, government, and educational customers a set of GNU Linux and open source software, related services

linux mint  a set of GNU Linux and open source software, related services, and information technologies. In addition, Mandriva offers technologists committed to open software and courseware a trusted channel to offer their services. Mandriva has technologists in over twenty countries, and is listed on the Paris Euronext Marché Libre (Euroclear code :4477PA) and on the US OTC Market (Stock symbol MDKFF). Mandriva was created by Linux enthusiasts in November of 1998. The company is based in Paris, France, with Read More...
Lynx to Donate Advanced Messaging to Linux Open-Source Community
Through the release of Lynx’s Messenger Technology code to the ‘Open-Source’ community they hope to gain a strong foothold in Linux messaging as the operating

linux mint  Donate Advanced Messaging to Linux Open-Source Community Lynx to Donate Advanced Messaging to Linux Open-Source Community P. Hayes - July 24, 2000 Event Summary SAN JOSE, Calif., Lynx Real-Time Systems, Inc., announced the donation of Lynx Messenger for BlueCat Linux, its high-performance messaging technology, to the Linux open-source community to establish a new standard for advanced CompactPCI inter-board messaging in distributed and high availability (HA) systems. Market Impact Lynx messaging Read More...
Server and Desktop Solutions: What the Research Means for Small and Medium Enterprises
Different types of organizations show distinct preferences when assigning importance to the criteria on which to base their operating system selection. Small

linux mint  interviewees agreed that the Linux OS is mainly server-oriented and Windows is mainly user-oriented, but these specialists are able to operate within both environments. Considering hierarchy variables and market offers, it is clear that enterprises have three potential OS options to choose from: free solutions, commercial open source, and closed source. A combination of these three is also possible. SMEs run critical business applications on their servers and workstations, and therefore it is important Read More...
Migrating to Linux: 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

linux mint  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...
Linux at 25% of Server OS Market - Is Redmond Hearing Footsteps?
Linux has now grabbed 25% of the server operating system market share, passing Novell and knocking on Windows's door.

linux mint  Event Summary [Computerworld] 02/11/2000 Linux cornered 25% of the server operating system market last year, according to preliminary data from International Data Corp. (IDC). But in terms of revenue share, Linux remains a tiny fraction of the market. Microsoft Corp.'s Windows NT system held steady at 38% of the server operating system market last year, while Novell Inc. finished at 19%. Meanwhile, all of the combined versions of Unix garnered 15% of the market. But IDC analyst Dan Kusnetzky warned Read More...
OS SmackDown!
In the latest escalation in the battle between Windows and Linux, directions on how to replace each with the other have been published on the Web by their

linux mint  on how to remove Linux OS and install Windows 2000/NT4 on the newly-freed-up disk drive. Not to be outdone, Linux-philes have countered by publishing instructions on how to remove a Windows OS and replace it with Linux. To close the circle, Paul Ferris, Editor at Linux Today, highlighted the silliness by publishing his own mostly-joking piece on how to uninstall both Windows and Linux. (His directions lead to a wiped out disk drive, of course.) Market Impact Alone, these documents will have minimal Read More...

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