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Serial acquisitions vs. serial innovation

Big IT vendors have been gobbling up players of all sizes, but is the future in acquisitions or innovation?

By November 8, 2011


Open-source working as advertised: ICINGA forks Nagios

ICINGA has spun off Nagios, which is either a sign of the popular open-source network monitoring tool's strength, or disease.

By May 6, 2009


Apple job ads seek Voice Control experts for iOS

In recent job postings noticed by AppleInsider, Apple has perhaps given a hint as to its future plans for iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads.

By March 4, 2011


Sourceforge eats its open-source dogfood

It's always nice to see open-source oriented companies using the software they so often crow about. Zenoss proves to be popular with Sourceforge users and the site itself.

By June 2, 2010


Securing the public cloud

Security is paramount when it comes to enterprise data in public clouds. Encryption, intrusion detection and ID management all need to be part of the evaluation and deployment processes.

By April 27, 2010


Red Hat debuts virtualization management

With the release of RHEV-M, Red Hat has begun to plug one of the most significant holes in its product portfolio.

By November 3, 2009


Red Hat: An analyst day in improving times

Red Hat's analyst day highlights a good financial condition and lays out a road map of things to come.

By October 7, 2009


Legalized drugs, now open source. Those crazy Dutch!

The Dutch central government reports on its adoption of open-source software, finding significant benefits in its significant movement to open source.

By July 2, 2009


Console servers become cash machines

Who would have thought that boring console servers would ever become interesting again?

By January 15, 2009


The open-source CEO: An interview with Dave Lilly of GroundWork

An interview with Dave Lilly, CEO of GroundWork.

By July 1, 2008