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Running Ubuntu on an Active Directory Network

One reason why some companies won't consider running a Linux desktop is that it's not easy to get them to work with Active Directory. Likewise and Canonical have an answer for that.
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Apache Pivot Java RIA Platform Advances

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has announced that the Apache Pivot Java-based rich Internet application [RIA] project has reached Top-Level Project (TLP) status.
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SpringSource Moves dm Server to Eclipse

VMware's SpringSource division has announced the contribution of its dm Server OSGi-based technology to the Eclipse Foundation to form Project Virgo, an initiative to deliver a module-based Java application server. 
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Alfresco Enterprise 3.2 Released

Alfresco has its eye on the clouds as it introduces multi-tenancy and cloud deployment options in the latest Enterprise release of its open source content management system...
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The Small Business Server Replacement is Clear(OS)

Microsoft still has a stranglehold on the desktop and servers for small business. While wheels are in motion for the former, the answer to the latter may already be here.
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