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GNOME Will Try to Buff Up Linux
In its fight to catch up to Windows for desktop mindshare and market share, Linux has received a boost from the Gnome Foundation and a number of key systems

linux player  Try to Buff Up Linux GNOME Will Try to Buff Up Linux R. Krause - September 8, 2000 Event Summary In August at LinuxWorld, the GNOME project announced five major initiatives aimed at delivering an industry-wide open user environment. These initiatives are: To establish the GNOME user environment as the unifying desktop for the Linux and Unix communities. Adoption of OpenOffice.org technologies for integration into GNOME. Integration of the Mozilla browser technology into GNOME. Industry leaders to work Read More...
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Be Announces Software Licensing Agreement With Compaq
Compaq will pre-install BeOS on its Internet appliance equipment currently under development.

linux player  a slower pace than Linux has due to a combination of Linux's greater application breadth and marketing buzz. The benefits to Compaq are less tangible. Providing another OS option means Compaq has the potential to increase sales by reaching BeOS-philes. In addition, it will provide some leverage IN Compaq's dealings with Microsoft. However, Compaq runs the risk of losing its marketing focus, as it has done in the last two years with its channel distribution strategy. By promoting BeOS as a pre-install, Read More...
The Incredibly Shrinking Platform--and Price!
The transformation to a new supply chain technology market wave is already occurring. That’s good news for some and bad for others. This article describes the

linux player  and more requests for Linux based ERP, as well. In the Wall Street Journal 's mid-year report, it was telling what group filled the 3 years worst performers club! Many of the supply chain software firms are private or just too small to make the top losers list, but technology infrastructures was clearly the dog. What do you do when you don't differentiate or live in the foundations? Lower prices some more! [1] Larry Singer, Executive Vice President SUN Microsystems Conclusion and Recommendation: Get Read More...
Compaq and Samsung in Deal to Save Alpha
Compaq Computer Corp. and South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. are planning to announce Monday a preliminary agreement to spend $500 million to advance

linux player  successful - especially the Linux aspect - then Alpha's days may be numbered as a CPU alternative to Intel. (See TEC Technollogy Research Note: Compaq's Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega? August, 1999) Thus, it behooves Compaq to commit fully to making this effort a success. If Compaq is not willing to do what it takes to make Alpha a cost-effective alternative, as well as a volume player in the marketplace, then it should either sell off the remainder of Alpha to someone who will commit, or cut their Read More...
Oracle Gets SAP'ed by IBM
SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced an agreement to expand their global sales, marketing and development relationship. As part of this

linux player  solutions for Sun Microsystems, Linux, Windows NT and IBM's RS/6000, AS/400 and S/390 platforms. Through this expanded partnership, customers can now take advantage of broader flexibility for a wider choice of hardware platforms when using IBM DB2 with SAP solutions. In addition, customers will not have to incur the time or expense of changing their existing hardware platforms when porting to DB2 databases for SAP solutions. Market Impact Oracle has been competing with ERP and CRM vendors for some time, 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 player  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...
Plex Systems: A Veteran SaaS ERP Player in Manufacturing
Over the past couple of years, resistance to ERP software delivered as a software as a service (SaaS) has been slowly giving way to acceptance. Today, for

linux player  Systems: A Veteran SaaS ERP Player in Manufacturing Over the past couple of years, resistance to ERP software delivered as a software as a service (SaaS) has been slowly giving way to acceptance. Today, for manufacturers with top-performing ERP implementations, the pendulum has definitely swung. This 2011 study by Mint Jutras on 300+ manufacturers investigated the goals, challenges, and performance of ERP implementations. Download the white paper and read the results. Read More...
Microsoft Kills a Flock of Birds with One Stone
Microsoft announces it is buying nearly 25% of the common shares of archrival Corel. Aside from giving Corel a much-needed infusion of funds, what does it mean?

linux player  a fashion) with a Linux offering There is persistent speculation that MS is looking into Linux. Gaining access to Corel Linux (although not mentioned as a driver for the deal) offers the following possibilities: It's the latest in the embrace/extend/extinguish (E3) practice about which MS-bashers have complained. It gives Microsoft a foothold in the Linux desktop space. Although Linux only has single-digit market penetration on the desktop, Corel's is considered to be the easiest to install. Having Read More...
Dell to Factory-Install Red Hat Linux on Servers
Red Hat, Inc., and Dell Computer Corporation today extended their strategic alliance, with Dell committing to factory-install Red Hat Linux on all future and

linux player  to Factory-Install Red Hat Linux on Servers Event Summary RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 6, 1999--Red Hat, Inc., and Dell Computer Corporation today extended their strategic alliance with a worldwide service and support agreement and a commitment from Dell to factory-install Red Hat Linux on all future and currently shipping Dell PowerEdge server models. Dell, the number No. 2 PC server provider worldwide, was the first major systems vendor to factory-install Red Hat Linux on its Read More...
Skybot Scheduler
Skybot Scheduler is an easy-to-use yet powerful job scheduling solution for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers. Skybot Scheduler can build event-driven

linux player  for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers. Skybot Scheduler can build event-driven schedules quickly and easily across multiple platforms. Skybot Scheduler handles complex dependencies and notifies users of errors quickly. 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

linux player  It Hasn’t Been Renamed Linux 2001 At Least It Hasn't Been Renamed Linux 2001 C. McNulty - July 6, 2000 Event Summary On May 24, 2000, Linus Torvalds and the Linux Kernel Archives released an unannounced test version of the 2.4.0 Linux kernel. As Torvalds remarked (in May 2000), It doesn't really exist yet. 2.4 was originally slated for October 1999 release. Industry observers now expect Linux 2.4 to be finished no earlier than year-end 2000. However, when asked about delays to Red Hat distributions Read More...
Embedded Linux for Handhelds
A spate of recent announcements from Lineo, Inc., Red Hat, and others concern the development of

linux player  Linux for Handhelds 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 and 3M bytes of read-only memory or flash memory. Bast Inc. in Sonoma, Read More...

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