• June 18, 2008 18 Jun'08

    Electronic medical data the watchword, says Harvard Medical School CIO at Red Hat Summit

    At Red Hat Summit, the CIO of Harvard Medical School tells attendees that fully integrated and accessible medical data is no longer a mere aspiration.

  • June 12, 2008 12 Jun'08

    Ubuntu is early favorite in initial OpenLogic open source survey returns

    OpenLogic Inc.'s open source software adoption survey is off to a slow start, but early returns indicate that Ubuntu Linux is the front-runner over Red Hat and Novell SUSE.

  • June 09, 2008 09 Jun'08

    Red Hat Summit due to outline Linux Automation roadmap

    The fourth annual Red Hat Summit -- featuring keynotes from IBM, Harvard Medical School and Red Hat execs – is due to outline Red Hat's Linux Automation strategy. A Fedora conference will take place concurrently.

  • June 05, 2008 05 Jun'08

    Open source Astaro security appliance installed at insurance company

    Astaro's open source security appliance has saved money, space and energy -- and offered better performance -- at Underwriters Safety & Claims.

  • June 05, 2008 05 Jun'08

    Red Hat Summit 2008 conference coverage

    This year's Red Hat 2008 Summit took place in Boston June 18-20 and boasted more than 100 sessions and featured more than 1,200 attendees. Check out's nonstop coverage of news, sessions and product announcements.

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  • June 03, 2008 03 Jun'08

    NYSE builds global trading platform on Red Hat Linux

    The New York Stock Exchange has standardized on Red Hat Enterprise Linux for its upcoming global trading platform and to speed its ever-increasing volume of transactions.

  • May 28, 2008 28 May'08

    Oracle Enterprise Linux displaces Red Hat at publishing company

    In its migration from Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Oracle Enterprise Linux, the magazine publisher Bonnier Corp. has streamlined support at lower cost.

  • May 28, 2008 28 May'08

    Nonprofit chooses Ubuntu for servers, OpenOffice for desktops

    After opting for Ubuntu and other open source products to handle its data and communications, an archaeology firm deems the choice less costly and more flexible -- and the work more manageable.

  • May 21, 2008 21 May'08

    Red Hat debuts 5.2 version; Novell issues service pack

    Red Hat has released RHEL 5.2 with improved virtualization and clustering. Meanwhile, Novell has issued its service pack for SUSE Linux with greater interoperability.

  • May 21, 2008 21 May'08

    Novell SUSE Linux price cut may target Red Hat's mainframe aspirations

    Novell's recent price cut for SUSE Linux Enterprise for System z mainframes signals a move to forestall Red Hat from gaining a toehold in the mainframe market, says an analyst.

  • May 16, 2008 16 May'08

    Novell extends interoperability with Microsoft

    Novell will create open source extensions to Microsoft, and mixed shops stand to benefit. But Red Hat may lose out, as Novell outpaces Red Hat's interoperability efforts.

  • May 15, 2008 15 May'08

    Linux shop adds Solaris for performance boost

    The die-hard Linux shop Real Time Matrix made an unexpected defection to Solaris 10 to beef up its processing power.

  • May 07, 2008 07 May'08

    Sun gives OpenSolaris commercial support for first time

    Sun Microsystems has launched OpenSolaris, a free operating system, with ZFS file backup and other features to make it easier to modify and test software.

  • May 06, 2008 06 May'08

    Red Hat gives JBoss stronger network management capabilities

    Red Hat has launched JBoss Operations Network 2.0, which enables data centers to manage, monitor and upgrade hundreds of computers from a single console.

  • May 02, 2008 02 May'08

    Windows Server 2008 has slim lead over Ubuntu in power test

    Windows Server 2008 has a slim lead over Ubuntu in one power consumption test, but differences among operating systems make true comparison difficult, vendors say.