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Not Your Grandma's Desktop

By Staff Staff | Oct 17, 2001 at 6:51 PM

osOpinion opines on why corporations may find their average office workers would be well suited for a switch to Linux on the desktop. “The average office user doesn't need RealPlayer. He doesn't need a stock ticker. He doesn't need the Microsoft Games Pack. He doesn't need access to his operating system network settings. He certainly doesn't need Nimda. The average user would be as happy with Linux as he is with Windows. “

MySQL 4 Alpha Release

By Timothy R. Butler | Oct 16, 2001 at 6:20 PM

MySQL AB, developers of the world's most popular open source database, announced a major new release of their namesake database yesterday. MySQL version 4.0, which is considered “alpha” quality, sports numerous improvements that may influence additional adoption of the database.

Linux Makes Inroads

By Staff Staff | Oct 15, 2001 at 1:39 PM

According to a CRN story, Linux is increasing in popularity with solution providers. The reports states that Linux is “proliferating in the solutions marketplace, as more than a third of solution providers and end-customer companies in North America plug in Linux solutions, according to Reality Research & Consulting.”

Largo ''Thrives''

By Staff Staff | Oct 12, 2001 at 9:08 PM

Government Computer News is carrying a report on the success of the City of Largo, Florida, with open source. According to previous reports, one RedHat Linux 7.1 based server is used to serve desktops to 400 thin clients within the city's network.

StarOffice 6.0 Beta

By Staff Staff | Oct 11, 2001 at 10:19 PM

eWEEK gave the upgraded StarOffice suite a trial run in an article published this earlier this week. According to the article, eWEEK recommends that “IT administrators download the StarOffice 6 beta and evaluate for themselves how well the suite works…

Enhancing Mozilla/Netscape For Your Business Needs

By Timothy R. Butler | Oct 10, 2001 at 6:14 PM
It is possible to enhance the look of the Mozilla/Netscape browser, often called "Application Skinning" by graphics artists.

Open Source Accounting and Inventory Program Launched

By Timothy R. Butler | Oct 09, 2001 at 9:57 PM

A web based, open source accounting and inventory program called NOLA has been released. It appears that this program is fully web based, so it should be especially useful if you need remote access to accounting and inventory systems, or if you are working in a mixed platform environment.

RedHat Announces Migration Resource

By Timothy R. Butler | Oct 09, 2001 at 5:55 PM

According to this month's Under the Brim, RedHat has recently launched a site to help migrate IT infrastructure to RedHat Linux solutions.

First KDE 3.0 alpha is released

By Timothy R. Butler | Oct 08, 2001 at 8:18 PM

The first official Alpha release of KDE 3.0 was made today. KDE, currently at version 2.2.1, is the premiere desktop for UNIX.

Open for Business Launches!

By Timothy R. Butler | Oct 05, 2001 at 2:30 PM

Welcome to Open for Business! We are glad to have you here, and hope that you enjoy this new resource. Our goal is to grow this site into a one-stop resource for IT workers interested in migrating from proprietary operating systems to open source technologies.

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