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Open Tuesday talks open source business

August 8th, 2007 | No Comments »

This month’s Open Tuesday , the informal meeting for all those enthusiastic about open source, will take place on August 14 at Betty’s Tea Room in Milpark. [1]Linux[/1] industry stalwart and Obsidian Systems founder, Anton de Wet, will be talking at the event this [2]Tuesday[/2]. Drawing on his experience, he will talk on how to […]

Lenovo to launch preloaded Linux laptop

August 8th, 2007 | 2 Comments »

Lenovo announced that it will be preloading Novell’s SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 operating system on select ThinkPad notebooks. These machines are due to be released worldwide in the last quarter of the year. Kgabo Maila, communications and marketing manager for Lenovo South Africa, said that exact dates were not yet known for the South […]

Nokia Siemens joins Linux Foundation

August 7th, 2007 | No Comments »

The Linux Foundation yesterday announced that Nokia Siemens Networks has become a member. Nokia Siemens Networks will work with the foundation and its members to continue improving Carrier Grade Linux (CGL). Nokia Siemens Networks, a leading enabler of communications services, will be working with the foundation specifically on Linux-based technologies for use in User Plane […]

Nandos awards Synaq supplier of the year

August 6th, 2007 | 3 Comments »

Synaq, national provider of managed [1]Linux[/1] and [2]open source[/2] services, was named Nandos Supplier of the Year 2007 during a recent IT strategy conference hosted by Nandos together with their suppliers and partners. The award was given as recognition for Synaq’s "high standard of service and level of commitment to successfully expanding the national food […]

Ubuntu magazine: Full Circle #3 released

August 6th, 2007 | No Comments »

Full Circle, the independent magazine for the Ubuntu community, has released issue #3. It is available for download from http://fullcirclemagazine.org/issue-3/ as a 31 page PDF. This issue marks a change from the previous issues in that it no longer covers news. Editor Ronnie Tucker explained the reason for this was that all content had to […]

OutKafe updates for cybercafe management

August 6th, 2007 | No Comments »

OutKafe, a cybercafe management suite distributed under the free Gnu Public Licence ([1]GPL[/1]) licence, has just had version 5.2.0 released. Largely a feature oriented release, the release is recommended for all current users. Developed by South African programmer AJ Venter, the suite’s first release was in March, when it forked from [2]ZybaCafe[/2] over issues of […]

Big Blue's big green server transfer

August 2nd, 2007 | No Comments »

IBM today announced that it will consolidate about 3 900 computer servers onto about 30 System z mainframes running [1]Linux[/1]. The company expects the new set up will consume approximately 80 percent less energy than the current one. Significant savings over five years software and system support costs are also anticipated. The initiative is part […]

Obsidian Training to be SA JBoss partner

August 1st, 2007 | No Comments »

Obsidian Training has become the official training partner for JBoss in South Africa. Courses are now available from Obsidian for all levels of user wishing to gain official certification in working with the open source Java Enterprise Edition-based application server, as well as JBoss subscriptions. JBoss is a cross-platform application server that can be used […]

KnowledgeTree takes off with Nasa

August 1st, 2007 | 1 Comment »

KnowledgeTree, the Cape Town based open source document management system has taken off with a number of major customers. KnowledgeTree has also been listed on the Optaros Enterprise Open Source Directory, a listing of leading enterprise-ready [1]open source[/1] applications. KnowledgeTree today announced that Decathlon Stores, GlaxoSmithKline, the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and DHL Global […]

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