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Drag-and-Drop Cloud Orchestration with Ubuntu Juju

April 2nd, 2014 · Comments Off

Canonical, the Ubuntu Linux and Juju Development/Operations (DevOps) program parent company, is turning Juju into a tool that makes setting clouds up  a drag-and-drop operation. Drag-and-Drop Cloud Orchestration with Ubuntu Juju. More>

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Tags: Business · Canonical · Cloud Computing · Infrastructure · Linux · Operating System

Red Hat reveals CentOS plans

March 28th, 2014 · Comments Off

Napa Valley, CA: First things first. Here’s what Red Hat is not planning to do with CentOS: 1) Red Hat’s not going to charge you for CentOS;  2) CentOS will not be replacing Red Hat’s community distribution, Fedora; and 3) CentOS is not being put out to pasture to die. OK? OK!  Red Hat reveals CentOS […]

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Tags: Business · Infrastructure · Linux · Operating System · Red Hat · Server

Office for iPad: Big deal, or big yawn?

March 24th, 2014 · Comments Off

It looks like Microsoft Office really is coming to the Apple iPad. Well, actually, it will most likely be a version of Office 365, but why quibble? That’s great, right? At long last, the world’s most popular office suite will be available on the most popular tablet! Microsoft will get more customers, life will be […]

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Tags: Apple · Applications · Business · Infrastructure · Microsoft · Office Software · Tablet

Mozilla hires new CEO who will focus on Firefox OS

March 24th, 2014 · Comments Off

Mozilla, the company behind the popular Firefox Web browser, has been searching for a new CEO since Gary Kovacs, who came on-board in 2010, decided to leave almost a year ago. Mozilla has finally picked a new leader, former CTO Brendan Eich. With him comes change. Mozilla’s job number one will not be its Web […]

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Tags: Business · Infrastructure · Linux · Mozilla · Network · Operating System · SmartPhone · Web browser

No Android for Obama yet, sticking with BlackBerry

March 24th, 2014 · Comments Off

It’s no secret that BlackBerry is one sick company. Once the very definition of the corporate smartphone, now even BlackBerry’s CEO is calling the company’s survival a coin-toss. But BlackBerry will continue to have one famous, loyal customer: President Obama. No Android for Obama yet, sticking with BlackBerry. More>

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Tags: Business · Infrastructure · Linux · Operating System · SmartPhone