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Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: Linux Laptops from Dell Linux Laptops from Dell R. Krause - February 18, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary 2/1/2000 [Cnet News] - Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled. The products, the Latitude CPX and the Inspiron 7500, come with Red Hat Linux 6.1 and are certified by Linuxcare. The Inspirons with Linux are available now, but the Latitudes will be available Feb. 4, according to a company representative. The move has been expected since last August. The CPX is the
2/18/2000

Embedded Linux for Handhelds
A spate of recent announcements from Lineo, Inc., Red Hat, and others concern the development of

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: Embedded Linux for Handhelds Embedded Linux for Handhelds R. Krause - February 14, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary 01/25/2000 [Computerworld] - Lineo, Inc. in Lindon, Utah, is now shipping an embedded version of Linux called Embedix. With an additional software layer, Embedix PDA, due in the first quarter of next year, the operating system will be able to run Windows CE applications, the company said. Embedix 1.0 will initially run on Intel x86 and PowerPC processors. It requires a minimum of 8MB of RAM
2/14/2000

IA-64 Linux From Red Hat
Red Hat announces the availability of the source code for IA-64 platforms, the first of which will be Intel’s “Itanium” processor, due later this year.

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: IA-64 Linux From Red Hat IA-64 Linux From Red Hat R. Krause - June 15, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - June 15, 2000 Event Summary In May Red Hat, Inc. announced the availability of an early release of the Red Hat source code for the forthcoming Intel Itanium processor platform targeting high-end servers and workstations. This distribution enables the development of IA-64 software for the most intensive computing environments, from high performance design automation to enterprise level databases. A free
6/15/2000

IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes
IBM has announced that it will now provide Linux support and services for its largest machines, the S/390 Series of mainframes/servers.

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes R. Krause - June 9, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - June 9, 2000 Event Summary May 17, 2000 [Source: IBM] Linux software, services are available for S/390 server. Responding to demand by S/390 users, IBM is now providing Linux software and services for the S/390 enterprise server. This is the latest initiative in IBM s strategy to complement the Linux operating system throughout its offerings. Linux for S/390 will be offered by the companies SuSE
6/9/2000

In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study
This BI article looks at why and how in-memory technology transforms analytic applications. The primary bottleneck to high-performance multidimensional analysis has been slow hard drive speed—the time it takes for data to be transferred from disk storage to random access memory (RAM). With crashing RAM prices and 64-bit addressing, in-memory architecture provides new and innovative solutions for online analytical processing (OLAP). This article looks at why and how in-memory technology transforms analytic applications for BI.

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study In-Memory Analytics: A Multi-Dimensional Study Anna Mallikarjunan - September 1, 2010 Read Comments In May 2010, The Economist featured a review of SAP’s announcement to purchase Sybase and introduce in-memory technology in its next version of Business ByDesign . While the principal focus of The Economist remains world news and politics, it targets—through its readership—the most influential corporate decision makers. Through the years, this publication
9/1/2010 10:53:00 AM

Centralized Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms
Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services you use for Windows. How can this be done, without intrusive reconfiguration of your existing systems, while still providing the necessary granular administrative control? Learn how to leverage a centralized identity management tool leveraged with Active Directory.

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: Centralized Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms Centralized Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms Source: Centrify Document Type: White Paper Description: Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services you use for Windows. How can this be done, without intrusive reconfiguration of your existing systems, while still providing the necessary granular
3/20/2008 4:26:00 PM

The Perfect Storm: Time to Review Client Computing Strategies
Server-based computing has been seen at best as a way to provide those within highly task-based environments with a controlled desktop environment. However, changes in software, hardware, security, and management systems are driving the shift toward server-based computing being suitable for a larger proportion of a company’s user base. Learn how client-side computing can be more tightly controlled yet provide flexibility.

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3/12/2009 10:42:00 AM

Evaluating Strategic Information Technology Investment: An Appraisal of Software Alternatives for Small to Medium Enterprises
The problem of information technology investments particularly concerns small and medium enterprises, as they are much more limited in resources than large enterprises. One of the critical questions is whether to implement an open source or closed source solution.

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: Windows (closed source) and Linux (open source). There is a constant battle between Linux and Windows advocates regarding the security issue. Linux proponents claim that their open source policy is better despite the possibility that cyber criminals can see the source. Windows supporters argue that Linux has a smaller market share, and thus a lower attack rate. Practice has shown that both sides have valid points. Secure design, source code auditing, quality development, and a smooth design process all
12/18/2006

Mandriva


LINUX OLAP CLIENT: Mandriva (formerly Mandrakesoft) offers its enterprise, government, and educational customers a set of GNU Linux and open source software, related services, and information technologies.

CHAMPS


LINUX OLAP CLIENT: CHAMPS is a client/server enterprise asset management solution. It is developed using a component-based architecture, providing a client specific solution which effectively addresses an organization's unique workflow and functionality requirements.

Applix Still Shows a Presence in the OLAP Market
Applix Inc. has announced an agreement with Pelephone, Israel's second largest cellular network and handset supplier, to deliver its real-time, multi-dimensional On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) solution, iTM1 to analyze customer profiles for over 1.2 million Pelephone subscribers.

LINUX OLAP CLIENT: analytic applications for the Linux and ASP markets), but still maintains a large presence in On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) due to their TM1 (now called iTM1) product line. Applix acquired the Sinper Corporation in 1996, which at the time was operating under the name TM1. Applix controls the eighth largest percentage of the OLAP market, estimated by the OLAP Council to be approximately 3.1% in 1999. In the OLAP market, Applix competes with vendors such as Hyperion, Oracle, Cognos, Brio, and
6/19/2000


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