ServerWatch: Red Hat is now testing the latest iteration of its Satellite server management technology with a beta release of Satellite 6.
xmodulo: Have you ever dreamed of your computer doing stuff automatically for you?
softpedia: The current version of the long-term supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 operating system is 5.10.
Flexense: CentOS 6.5 vs. CentOS 7.0 NAS Performance Comparison
WebUp8: Deepin 2014 (based on Ubuntu 14.04) was released recently and comes with a huge list of changes and improvements, including a new Control Center
Gigaom: A former employee singled out the open source configuration management company for not practicing what it preaches, and as a result, Chef said it will be working on addressing its developer community.
Sakai is an open source learning management system that provides a flexible and feature-rich environment for teaching, learning, research, and other collaboration.
Linux.com: In late 2011, a lively discussion (we enjoy lively discussions here in Germany) among the IT managers of the publicly-funded research universities in Northrhine-Westfalia (NRW), Germany’s most populous federal state, started over a set of interrelated topics:
TechRepublic: While OpenStreetMap offers great mapping data, its community-driven approach may not be enough to unseat Google Maps.
LinuxGizmos: Sprint has launched the LivePro, an Android-based, ZTE-built DLP projector and 3G/4G mobile hotspot shareable by eight WiFi-users
ZDnet: Red Hat may well already be your business Linux provider, but they'd also really, really like to be your OpenStack cloud provider.
NextStep4IT: The sudo command offers another approach to giving users administrative access.
GamingOnLinux: The Visionaire game engine (which the game uses) now also has Linux support, giving the potential for a slew of similar games to appear on Linux.
xmodulo: systemd has created more technical, emotional, and social issues than any other piece of software as of late.
EveryDayLinuxUser: This is a step by step guide showing how to install Linux Mint alongside OSX on the MacBook Air.
OpenSource.com: Creating and maintaining relationships with customers can be a challenge.
ITworld: There are certain constants in life, and one of them is a never-ending spate of predictions that Linux is dead on the desktop.
ZDnet: There was a time when Firefox was the number two web browser, but those days may never come back.
LinuxGizmos: Intel, Samsung, Broadcom, Atmel, and Dell have launched a consortium that will develop open source standards for Internet of Things connectivity.
Wazi: Here is a step-by-step guide to installing and configuring Net-SNMP.