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  • Scanning and virus protection on Red Hat

    Security expert James Turnbull recommends resources for securing the Red Hat OS against viruses. 

  • Keeping OSS viable

    Open source software and applications expert Bernard Golden explains why OS projects will live on when their proprietary counterparts die off. 

  • Profit margin limitations in selling OSS support

    Open source software and applications expert Bernard Golden describes the limitations of selling software support for non-core technologies. 

  • Managing survey systems

    MySQL expert Mike Hillyer describes a method to managing a survey system using column specifications. 

  • Adding row numbers to PHP code

    MySQL expert Mike Hillyer recommends a shortcut for adding row numbers to PHP code when attempting to access and retrieve data. 

  • The business of open source software

    Open source software and issues expert Bernard Golden explains how OS firms find their mainstream niche and compete with their commercial counterparts. 

  • Microsoft and the world's most expensive pizza

    A few weeks ago, I installed some new network equipment for one of my clients. During the upgrade, we decided that some of the PCs in the network were long overdue for replacement. So, I called for some quotes on a bunch of new Pentium IVs, as well a... 

  • Connecting databases with VB language

    MySQL expert Mike Hillyer explains how to connect MySQL database using MySQL Connector/NET or Connector/ODBC. 

  • Encouraging innovation and financial support in OS software

    Open source issues and strategies expert Maria Winslow describes what propels open source projects towards mainstream success. 

  • Masked malware, VM and Linux attacks coming in 2006

    IT pros beware! 2006 will bring cloaked malware attacks, the demise of black-list security, a barrage of application attacks and more hacks of Linux and open source software, says security expert Dennis Moreau. He predicts the top IT security threats...