Best of open source software awards: Storage

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners for network and online backup, NAS server, file and directory comparison, disk monitoring, and storage administration
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Best of open source software awards: Security

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners for application security, penetration testing, password cracking, network firewall, IDS, security log analysis, disk encryption, and gateway security
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Best of open source software awards: Productivity applications

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners for sound editing, 3D modeling, Web browser, image editing, PDF creation, and office productivity suite
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Best of open source software awards: Platforms and middleware

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners for server and desktop operating system, enterprise service bus, database, database admin tool, data migration, and desktop and server virtualization
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Best of open source software awards: Networking

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners for IP telephony, log file analysis, Wi-Fi scanning, wireless networking, router, and server, network, and VoIP monitoring
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Best of open source software awards: Enterprise applications

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners for content management, ERP, project management, application monitoring, BPM, reporting, portal, e-commerce, BI, and CRM
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Best of open source software awards: Collaboration

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners in social networking, wiki, mail and calendar, remote control, and blogging software
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Best of open source software awards: Development tools

August 05, 2008
Bossie winners for object database, version control, Web client library, parallel programming, business rule management, rich Internet applications, JavaScript framework, and Web services testing
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Secure small business storage on the Web?

July 19, 2008
Live Mesh and SpiderOak offer two different takes on secure Web-based file storage that can work for small business
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Ruby on Rails IDEs and editors compared

July 07, 2008
Martin Heller left no stone unturned in today's examination of Ruby on Rails IDEs and text editors (see "Lab test: Climb aboard Ruby on Rails". The nine tools for Windows, Mac, and Linux include both free and commercial products. Follow the link above for the full reviews. Below you'll find essential pros and cons for each product, and a quick comparison table showing price, OS support, and major features. Pros
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