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Canonical Expands Ubuntu Linux Landscape

Linux system management comes in from the cloud, but it's still not entirely open source.
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No More Updates for Samba 3.0

The Samba 3.0 series draws to a close with the final 3.0.36 maintenance release of the 2003 version.
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There’s No “I” in a Great System Administration Team

A great team of system administrators can move mountains (of data). Here, learn how to form, norm, and storm with your colleagues.
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SpringSource and MindTouch Seek to Redefine the Application Server

There was a time when vendors knew how to color inside the lines. A database vendor sold databases. An operating system vendor peddled operating systems. And application server vendors were in the business of selling application servers.
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It Is Time to Rethink Disaster Recovery

On April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh and others destroyed the Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was, to date, the worst case of terrorism in the United States since the Civil War. On that day a number of things changed, but the biggest lessons were not well learned.
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