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Novell Flirts with Citrix

Channel Register discusses a potential partnership between Novell and Citrix. "There has been some chatter about Citrix Systems - the corporate entity behind the open source Xen hypervisor and the commercialized Xen...
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Zend Server Monitors PHP Scripts

Among the highlights of Zend Server 5.0 are a code tracing technology, job queues for starting batches of PHP scripts at a specified time, and PHP 5.3 support...
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Cisco Embarks on Media-Centric Internet Thrust

The Internet is moving away from being a data transportation and messaging platform, into a space filled with integrated rich-media content, according to Cisco Systems. by Kevin Kwang, ZDNet Asia...
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Cyber Attacks Hit 75% of Enterprises in 2009

Symantec's latest report has more unsettling news for IT security administrators.
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HP Rolls Out Datacenter Services for SMBs

HP says its latest batch of new service offerings for small and midsized businesses will make life simpler for companies to manage and reprovision their datacenters.
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7 of the Best Free Linux Configuration Management Tools

Configuration Management is a term that may not be familiar to many Linux users. But for system administrators the concept will be well known. In a nutshell, Configuration Management software enables administrators to automatically manage the entire configuration of one or multiple computers.

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