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When the Martians land on Earth and Google search a few major IT companies as their primary route of knowledge, they may find IBM's "About Us" pages a little perplexing
SkySQL last week signed a merger agreement with Monty Program Ab forming one of the industry's newest and perhaps most logical business agreements.
Canonical has announced that its Ubuntu Server version 13.04 operating system is now listing as available for download. This latest version features high-availability (HA) for OpenStack deployments.
- 24 Apr 2013
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UK coding startup firm Codio has claimed that the "woefully insufficient" approach to IT teaching in Britain (and the rest of the western world) needs a shakeup.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) has taken a direct potshot at Windows 8 development by releasing an 'infographic' to play off Microsoft's proprietary world against the benefits of free and open ...
An annual on the cultural impact of open source software and its wider influence on innovation, hiring practices and work practices suggests that open source is "eating the software world" in no ...
The Red Hat OpenStack "offering" has moved into what the company now labels as its Early Adopter Programme.
BCS (formerly known as the British Computer Society and now rebranded as The Chartered Institute for IT) incorporates BCS women
This week sees the arrival of OpenStack Grizzly, the seventh release of the open source software for building public, private and hybrid clouds.
The "proudly non-profit" Mozilla Project is 15 years old this month.
- 03 Apr 2013
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As tensions rise across the length of the Korean peninsula, the spectre of Linux focused malware vulnerabilities in South Korean has thrown an increasingly eerie shadow over events currently unfolding.
The Document Foundation has released a white paper to help organisations migrate to LibreOffice.