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VMware's Workspace One Targets Mobile Enterprise With "Hybridity"

VMware's Workspace One effort aims to consolidate the multiple acronyms needed to manage enterprise mobility.

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4 Open Source Tools for Linux System Monitoring

4 Open Source Tools for Linux System Monitoring

Information is the key to resolving any computer problem, including problems with or relating to Linux and the hardware on which it runs. There are many tools available for and included with most distributions even though they are not all installed by default. 

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Should the Fight for the Linux Desktop Really Matter?

World Domination has long been the battle cry for Linux. But does that cry really hold any relevance these days? Jack Wallen tackles that tireless question to hopefully put it to rest.

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Linux.Conf.Au 2016 Videos Now Online

Linux.Conf.Au 2016 ran last week from 1 to 5 February in Geelong, Australia. If you weren't able to go to this annual Linux conference down under, the videos from all of the presentations have now been uploaded.

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Dell Moves Forward With Firmware Updating On Linux

Dell is moving forward with offering natively UEFI firmware flashing from the Linux desktop.

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Arduino Yun Clone Runs OpenWrt, Offers Grove I/O

Arduino Yun Clone Runs OpenWrt, Offers Grove I/O

The Arduino Yún- and Grove-compatible “Seeeduino Cloud” SBC has an AR9331 WiFi chipset that runs Linux via a Dragino HE COM, plus Ethernet and USB ports. 

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Getting Started With OpenStack [Webinar]

Getting Started With OpenStack [Webinar]

If you’re not ready to dive into training just yet or if you’re still deciding whether OpenStack is the right choice for your organization, join us for a free webinar where our guest Tim Serewicz will address the most common OpenStack questions and concerns.

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7 Things to Consider Before Fuzzing a Large Open Source Project

7 Things to Consider Before Fuzzing a Large Open Source Project

One of the best practices for secure development is dynamic analysis. But what if you are a developer of a large project which does not lend itself to being fuzzed easily? How should you approach dynamic analysis?

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