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[News] ESET and COMDOM Introduce New Linux Software

  • Subject: [News] ESET and COMDOM Introduce New Linux Software
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2007 05:14:52 +0000
  • Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
  • Organization: Netscape / schestowitz.com
  • User-agent: KNode/0.10.4
Spam Filtering On Linux Servers Delivers High Performance

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| COMDOM Software has announced new partnerships with the two leading providers 
| of Linux based server operating systems, Redhat and Novell. These 
| partnerships demonstrate yet another significant advantage of deploying Linux 
| based operating systems on the server infrastructure of large enterprises and 
| ISPs.    


ESET Introduces Malware Protection for Enterprise and SMB Linux Environments

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| Built upon ESET’s powerful ThreatSense® technology for proactive malware 
| identification, these products feature an unprecedented scanning speed and 
| detection rate.  


It's all about applications (and drivers, sometimes).


30,000 Palm apps coming to Nokia webpads


Red Hat growth: A tale of 2,000 applications

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| Red Hat's Linux business continues to boom, even when we don't give it the 
| credit that it deserves. What is the underlying reason for that growth? 
| Applications.


Linux Will Displace Unix When It Comes To New Apps

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| Last month, Gartner analyst George Weiss predicted applications will no 
| longer be developed to run on Unix. 
| [...]
| Linux has its roots in Unix and is POSIX compliant, so converting a new 
| application from one to the other will always be possible.  


IBM Achieves Major "Linux on POWER" Milestone

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| The number of tested, native applications available for the Linux on
| POWER platform has grown more than 200 percent in the last two years,
| marking it as a fast-developing new IT ecosystem.


Study: Developers Favor Linux

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| "Regardless of what kind of developer you are, you're still trying to
| make a living, and target the operating system that?s controlling the
| market."
| However, in the most recent survey, the developers' forecast of their
| target platform has changed. For the first time, these developers said
| that in the next 12 to 18 months they expect to be developing more Linux
| apps than Windows apps. 


Is the World Ready for a Web-Based Desktop? 

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| There will be popular online desktops. But I expect it to be the next 
| generation of Google Apps, not AjaxOffice. When all is said and done, no 
| matter how important these thin desktops become, I still expect most people 
| to get most of their work done on fat-client desktops with fat office 
| applications. What won't surprise me though is that those desktops are 
| increasingly going to be based on Linux, and the office suites will be built 
| around OpenOffice rather than Microsoft's offerings.      


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