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The Linux Foundation reports that enterprise adoption of Linux is up for the third straight year.
CeBIT is known for the diversity of its products. As you'd expect from any technology show aimed at the IT business, you see everything from tablets to mainframes and smartphones to materials-handling equipment. eWEEK will spare you a photo spread on autonomous forklifts and instead present...
A Secure Log-On SLIDESHOW
Companies that need to enable up to 500 remote workers to log into their corporate networks should take a close look at Dell's SonicWall SRA 4600 remote-access appliance. The SRA 4600 combines support for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connections with the ability to deliver extended desktops to...
Multiple vulnerabilities uncovered by security researcher Tavis Ormandy could have permitted attackers to remotely execute code or cause other problems for Sophos Anti-Virus.
Ubuntu Linux 12.10 includes innovations such as document search capabilities that allow users to easily find documents whether they are stored on their computers or in the cloud.
Adobe Systems has fixed more than two dozen critical flaws in Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Android systems.
Aimed at students, teachers and school administrators, the new version of the open-source openSUSE 12.2 Linux for Education (Li-f-e) OS has myriad new capabilities.
Quite a few years back, I wrote a column titled "At Long Last, Lindows" about much-hyped arrival of the consumer-targeted spin of the Debian GNU/Linux operating system on Walmart computers. This was in the early 2000's, when development of Microsoft's Windows was gummed up by a series of security...