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wrote on 19 Sep 2006 06:30:07 -0700 ? What book? And easy to manage for anyone with Unix experience. (Not...
SunTechnics launches India operations soc.culture.indian, sci.research.careers, soc.culture.bangladesh
Friday, September 15, 2006 Europe‚s leading systems integrator for renewable energies, SunTechnics Energy Systems Pty, has launched its India operations in Bangalore with an initial investment...
Thanks guys. Here is what I've come up with so far:
1.OpenSource. The benefits of OpenSource are discussed throughout this book. 2.Unix clone. Conforms and performs to the standard of Unix, the standard for business for the past two decades. Reliable, Available, and Serviceable. 3.Easier to operate. CLI, GUI, and WUI. Linux tasks can be done from the command line, from a graphical user interface, or from a web user interface. 4.Lighter footprint. Linux can be installed in as little as 1.44MB. 5.Huge number of included tools. The number of command line tools included with Linux is in the hundreds. The number of server applications included approaches 100. The number of graphical applications included is around 100. 6.Security. Linux gurus abound and are very detailed in their security analysis and efforts. The design source of Linux has been reviewed by many, many, many companies and evaluated to be secure. 7.Platform of the future. OpenSource and other software vendors are targeting Linux; meanwhile companies are migrating their installed base to Linux. The present trend suggests Linux will dominate the future OS markets.
4,300 more jobs as domestic airlines plan to expand in India soc.culture.indian, sci.research.careers, soc.culture.bangladesh
Shobha John 17 Sep, 2006 0017hrs ISTTIMES NEWS NETWORK NEW DELHI: The aviation job market in India is all set to...
I'm writing a book about OpenSource for business and really want business people to know what is out there. I think ignorance of what is available is the number one limitation to the OpenSource explosion right now. A draft is at comment.
This is why I'm also trying to find out about PDA integration. Of course OpenSource can also be on Windows but I view Linux as a superior solution. That's what I use. And I agree with others that 2000 may have been the last solid version. One odd thing I realized in researching for this book is the major companies are cutting features out and making new products. Just look at the several products to do Small Business from M$FT, the multiple ones needed for OLAP from BizObjs-Crystal, and the numerous companions for WeSphere. Maybe a key benefit of Linux is you get somethign that works and does the whole job rather than cripple-ware requiring you to buy Yet Another Product.
Companies from India embark on big buying spree soc.culture.indian, sci.research.careers, soc.culture.bangladesh
International lenders now realize that the subcontinent's powerful corporations are credit-worthy and have potential to grow AP , NEW DELHI Sunday, Sep 17, 2006...