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Are You an IT Pro? It's No Longer Safe to Bet Your Career on Microsoft

Is Microsoft still a safe bet for the IT pro? In a word: No.

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Amazon Resets AWS's PHP SDK

The new version of the Amazon PHP SDK for Amazon Web Services is a complete reworking of the previous SDK, written from scratch in modern PHP and designed to be faster, more robust and much easier to work with.

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The Enterprise Sideloading Story on Windows 8? It's Complicated

Now that businesses can buy Windows 8 and RT devices how do you run your own apps on them? It should be easy, but licensing issues add complexity.

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State of Secure Boot Detailed

Linux support for UEFI Secure Boot has been evolving and prime mover behind that support, Matthew Garrett, has now provided an overview of the current status of how Fedora, SUSE and Ubuntu are managing the challenge...

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Intro to the Paravirtualization Spectrum With Xen (Part 2)

In part 1 of this series, I introduced the concepts of full virtualization and paravirtualization (PV), as well as the hardware virtualization (HVM) feature used by Xen (among other things) to implement full virtualization. I also introduced the concept of installing paravirtualized drivers on a fully virtualized system. This small step, from full virtualization towards paravirtualization, begins to hint at the idea of a spectrum of paravirtualization. In this article, I will cover the historical reasons for the development of PVHVM, and finally of the newest mode, PVH.

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