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Google has taken a series of steps to make its Cloud Platform a better fit for the enterprise. Will it be able to gain market share against trusted incumbents?
Jack Wallen explores the latest Ubuntu release and comes out wow'd by the subtle improvements made to the desktop.
Nick Hardiman's cloud automation series guides you through how to build a simple web service using Ubuntu, AWS, cloud-init, and Puppet.
Gnuaccounting, a free, Java-based, open source, cross-platform package, offers plenty of tools to fulfill many small shops' bookkeeping needs.
For nearly every task, there is an app to help bring your cloud experience to a more productive state. Jack Wallen lists five for you.
Nice choice of words, LOL! "well I would have shot her, your honor, however it was impractical because it took an extra day to buy a gun!" Now murder has to be convenient. I get...
Jack Wallen's tips for making Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin easier to use include instructions on installing Ubuntu Tweak and Ubuntu One Cloud Indicator.
Jack Wallen has a new favorite Linux distribution. But that distribution can use some help getting up to speed after installation. Here, Jack shows you what to add for more feature...
SquirrelMail is an excellent way to access email on a Postfix-based mail server. Jack Wallen describes how to get it up and running on Ubuntu.
A thick, heavy book with the equally weighty title A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming may be the single most important Linux book you ever buy.