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An open source network monitoring tools conference dedicated to the Nagios platform will be held in the German city of Nuremberg in October of 2010.
Even if you don't take books on laissez-faire free market economic theory to bed, it can't have escaped your notice that we've been going through a global economic slowdown in recent times. Despite ...
The Unreal video game Internet Relay Chat forum has unwittingly hosted malware in the shape of a Trojan for more than six months.
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A new book from O'Reilly Media examines the legal issues relating to open source innovations and Intellectual Property rulings.
Opera Software is aiming to slash power consumption and provide a more environmentally friendly IT backbone for its browser business with a new Icelandic data centre.
Google is reported to be launching a new music store to rival iTunes, the company will also provide extensions to its Android mobile operating system - but some security issues exist.
Red Hat kicks off its annual developer conference for 2010 in the US city of Boston.
What is Microsoft's official opinion of open source technologies and what kind of real world mixed technology environment will pervade for the future?
The 6th International Cloud Expo will be held at the Prague Hilton in the Czech Republic on June 21-22, 2010 - it will also feature an "unconference" element.
SaaS vendor Veracode has conducted a real world survey of software application code in order to try and assess the security of open source software compared to proprietary software.
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Is open source capable of providing us with mission critical products such as financial software, or will we always turn to proprietary vendors for products at this level?
HP has bought fast boot operating system specialist Phoenix Technologies to boost its mobile device technology offering.
United Arab Emirates headquartered Etisalat is using Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation as the foundation for its data centre's critical IT infrastructure.
Software vendors of all shapes and sizes are waking up to the benefits of having a certain degree of their source code open to the community contribution model or at least forming partnerships with ...
Ingres VectorWise for Linux accelerated database technology will be made fully open source by the end of 2010.