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EMC and NetApp Offer Hadoop Solutions

With NetApp and EMC, two other data storage specialists are now using Apache Hadoop to process large amounts of distributed data in their solutions...

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Ubuntu Desktop 8.04 LTS Reaches End of Life

The desktop version of Ubuntu 8.04 LTS has officially reached its end of life. Hardy Heron users are advised to upgrade to a later release to continue receiving updates...

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SeaMonkey 2.1 Approaches with First RC

Version 2.1 of SeaMonkey nears completion with a first release candidate. The latest generation of Mozilla's "all-in-one internet application suite" is based on the 3.6.x branch of Firefox and brings a number of new features...

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NetCitadel’s Unique Dual Licensing Model For Managing Firewall Rules

One of the areas I follow in security is the firewall management space. In fact recently I have done some consulting for a company called Firemon in that space. As part of the research I came across a company called NetCitadel.  NetCitadel is the company behind the open source Firewall...

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Google's Chrome OS Machines Arrive

After trialling Chrome OS with the CR-48, Google has announced Samsung and Acer machines will be available to run its web-browser-only, cloud-reliant operating system...

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