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  • Red Hat Linux centralizes Bryant University IT

    The Bryant University campus IT department was slow and inefficient behind a wall of multiple vendors and sluggish servers -- until Red Hat Linux came along. 

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    Choosing to use Linux at your SMB is one decision. Choosing the right vendor is another story. 

  • Red Hat Linux, Oracle apps travel in style

    Who knew the Penguin loved to travel? MLT Vacations, a Minneapolis, Minn.-based travel agency did. The company managed to save a cool million with the help of Linux and Oracle apps in a decidedly chilly travel environment. 

  • WebSphere, Linux the right prescription for UNC pharmacy school

    A healthy dose of WebSphere and Red Hat helped researchers at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Pharmacy get the accurate, timely results they needed to compete with top-tier drug companies. 

  • Review: RHEL 4 delivers strong features, few thrills

    The thrill is gone, but the basics are covered in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, says reviewer Kenneth Milberg. 

  • Review, part 3: RHEL 4 delivers basics, no thrills

    Kenneth Milberg checks out RHEL 4 on Firefox in the third part of his review. Then, he muses over the shortcomings of the new release. 

  • Review, part 2: RHEL 4 lacks thrills, provides basics

    Kenneth Milberg continues his tour of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (RHEL 4) with a look at Red Hat System Monitor, network configuration issues, GNOME and OpenOffice. 

  • Red Hat hunts Novell with RHEL 4

    Red Hat Inc. plans to launch a major upgrade to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system, marking the first time the software has fully supported the Linux 2.6 kernel. 

  • Linux, 9i RAC is ticket for StubHub

    Online ticket broker StubHub has put its faith -- and its bottom line -- on a new Oracle 9i RAC running Red Hat Enterprise Linux. 

  • Update: Red Hat refutes certification lock-in charge

    Red Hat announced a new advanced certification today, Red Hat Certified Architect. One training expert, however, cautions that Red Hat certifications can lock administrators in to Red Hat-specific skills.