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The open-source community is beating up Red Hat for deciding to make OpenStack more enterprise-ready. Is this a replay of Red Hat's "enterprise Linux" decision in 2003?
Software-defined networking is new enough that pinning down its practical use is still difficult to get our heads around. Here is some perspective on SDN from the net admin's point...
Developer Justin James describes the process and the advantages of converting his personal site from a CMS to static HTML in Expression Web.
If you love IT but the stress levels are wearing you down, you might consider one of these less-intense job roles.
Dominic Vogel emphasizes the importance of proper planning for deploying a new antivirus product, particularly in large enterprises. Here are his best practice guidelines to follow...
Plus CIO survival tips and saying no to snooping bosses...
In the final installment of this OutSystems Agile Platform series, Justin James describes the look and feel of the completed application. He also confesses to making a major rookie...
It was about three months ago that one of my friends had informed me he was leaving HDS to join a company named Virtual Instruments. ?Virtual Instruments?? I asked myself, trying t...
In this six-part developer diary, Justin James chronicles using the OutSystems Agile Platform to write a real-world Web application. Part two focuses on how he got a handle on the ...
IT consultant Erik Eckel believes waiting to send invoices is a rookie mistake. He outlines the logic and benefits of daily invoice distribution.