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Mixed Reactions On Mir, Upstream Developers Not Happy With It

A few hours after Canonical announced Mir, a new display server that is not derived from X or Wayland, we saw mixed reactions from developers and users coming in...

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Linux Admin Tips, Tricks and Tools of the Trade

Here in the Linux community, most of us enjoy high-level debates about strategies and trends just as much as the next technology enthusiast does. At the end of the day, however, it seems safe to say that what we tend to relish most of all is a good ol' nuts-and-bolts...

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Linux 3.8 File-System Testing From A SATA 3.0 HDD

Most often when carrying out any Linux file-system benchmarks -- or really, any benchmarks in general -- on Phoronix it's using solid-state storage. SSDs are just too great to pass up with their incredible performance. However, for those still using rotating media, here's a collection of file-system benchmarks from the...

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5 Top Frustrations With Mobile Devices in the Enterprise

Survey of 477 IT managers finds less IT involvement in BYOD decisions, and frustration with the inevitable support they will require. But users need to set the terms.

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SaaS ITSM tools: Forrester Delivers Market Overview

Selecting the right IT service management tool has never been easy, and software-as-a-service now adds an extra dimension of complexity. Forrester's SaaS ITSM Tool Market Overview covers the who, where and what.

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