Why Sun's NIS will never die

June 03, 2013
Although 28 years old and insecure, Sun's old Network Information Service lives on in networks across the globe
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Virtualization roulette: One 10G switch is never enough

May 28, 2013
The old joke 'If you can't afford two Porsches, you can't afford one' might apply to 10G switches, but there's a poor man's alternative
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When server consolidation goes too far

May 20, 2013
Virtualization has revolutionized the data center, but less isn't always more when it comes to the number of server virtualization hosts
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Wake up, IT, and get a grip on SaaS

May 13, 2013
End-runs around IT may be quick, but they're not healthy for the company's overall outlook
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My kingdom for a keyboard: Disruption hits home

May 06, 2013
All it takes is a slip of the wrist and a badly placed beverage to disrupt your familiar workflow
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Why Internet surveillance will never work

April 29, 2013
Government monitoring of Internet traffic would snare everyone but the cyber criminals
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Challenged by Google Fiber, ISPs opt to hasten their downfall

April 22, 2013
Chaos reigns among the big ISPs as Google Fiber spreads beyond the Kansas City 'test'
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Data migration is hard to do

April 15, 2013
Data munging and data migration come with big challenges -- and big rewards
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Linux fatware? These distros need to slim down

April 08, 2013
We need bare-bones Linux distros tailored for virtual machines or at least the option for installs
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Today's Linux schisms are a blessing in disguise

April 01, 2013
The Linux community is fracturing along a number of fault lines -- and that's a good thing
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