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Has administering Linux via the command line confounded you? Here are 10 GUI tools that might make your life as a Linux administrator much easier.
Andy Wolber explains how you can use Google Apps to share more and print less.
While Amazon Web Services (AWS) may reject the private cloud, Eucalyptus' success may give it a way to have its public cloud cake and eat the private cloud too.
Patrick Gray thinks the STEM crisis is overblown, and that it's time to cut through the hype. Do you agree? Weigh in on this discussion.
Millennial developers would be wise to learn the key lesson that UNIX taught us long ago: open-source code is nice, but portability of code is critical.
Tech companies are recruiting new apprentices; can this undo the damage to entry level career prospects done by offshoring?
Tony Patton recaps the recent CodePaLOUsa software development conference, which featured sessions about women in IT, Sass, Ember.js, Meteor.js, and much more.
Hybrid apps may be the norm, not the exception, within a few years as companies try to cut the cost of app deployment across multiple platforms.
Google Sites is not a bad tool, but it is just not keeping up with the competition from Zoho and others.
Ian Hardenburgh considers the advantages and disadvantages of Google Sites for use as an enterprise intranet.