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Security Should Top Web Services Agenda

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The potential users of web services have their priorities correct. Now we'll see if the vendors can address those needs in the order required.

3 Distributions Power Up Linux

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Mandrake's font options excel; Red Hat best for experienced users; SuSE is easiest to use.

IBM to Open Up at DeveloperWorks

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At its annual technical developer conference, IBM will push its view on open standards-based integration.

OpenOffice.org: Serious Suite Alternative

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The freely available, open-source office productivity suite delivers enough functionality and Office file format compatibility to make it a compelling replacement for Microsoft Office and a good option for Linux and Solaris users.

Red Hat to Drop StarOffice 6

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Citing Sun's decision to charge for StarOffice 6.0 and its inclusion of non-open-source technologies, Red Hat says it will not ship the desktop productivity suite in any of its distributions going forward.

Quantum Eyes Linux Market

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Quantum announces its first enterprise-scale network-attached storage product, which is based on Linux, thereby marking the company's plans to compete with software titan Microsoft Corp.

Microsoft: How to Catch a Linux Migrator

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Microsoft is ratcheting up efforts to catch companies migrating from Unix to Linux before they make the switch.

Geekspeak: April 15, 2002

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On March 8, IBM developer Martin Bligh posted notice to the Linux kernel development list that he had compiled the Linux 2.4.18 kernel in 23 seconds.

Office, Notes Linked Via Linux

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Windows-to-Linux software developer CodeWeavers Inc. has released an application that will allow Linux users to run Microsoft Corp.'s Office applications.

An Office Without Windows

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eLABorations: CodeWeavers' Wine-based CrossOver Office brings Linux versatility to the corporate desktop--sort of.

Linux Makes Inroads on Desktop

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With a solid, configurable interface that should please Linux newbies and power users alike, KDE 3.0 represents Linux's best shot yet at breaking out of the back office to gain ground on the desktop.

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