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Command Line Schmmand Line
Commentary  |  1/5/2004  | 
Who says you have to know your grep from your awk to use Linux or *nix for that matter? Robin 'Roblimo' Miller over at NewsForge has been eschewing the command line since 2000. According to Robin, it's now possible to...
Virginia CIO Job Could Be Near Top Of Pay Charts
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
As early as this week, Virginia could name a new CIO, who likely will be one of the best-paid IT executives in government, with a salary that could reach $200,000
IT Joblessness Declines
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
IT unemployment through November stood at 5.65%, down one-tenth of a percentage point from the previous month's annualized rate.
Linux and Intel Together: Ready for Prime Time
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
Cost and speed continue to be two of the top concerns for users shopping for high-end servers. In 2003, however, the availability of Intel's Itanium 2 and Xeon processors and
A To-Do List For 2004
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
Today is January 5, and it's my birthday. To celebrate, I've given myself a high-tech company, and have appointed myself president. Here's my to-do list for 2004.
2003 Top Ten: Most Popular Stories
News  |  1/3/2004  | 
A look at the Byte and Switch articles that drew the most reader attention last year
Tidd's Atop TeraCloud
News  |  1/3/2004  | 
TeraCloud's VP of sales Gary Tidd has risen to the CEO spot
2004: Top Ten Trends to Watch
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
'Tis time to look ahead to what the New Year will bring to the world of storage networking
School District Gives Linux Security Technology High Grades
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
Corporations are spending more and more on network security, even while other corporate spending is being curtailed.
Schools Learn About Security
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
The education sector faces the same security challenges as corporations, and network security is no longer a luxury. Here's how one district protects itself.
Finisar Furlough Queried
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
The company appears to have shut for the holidays, fueling some New Year's Eve musings
IBM Does On-Demand Deal With Target
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
IBM Wednesday announced it had struck a 10-year deal with trendy mass merchandiser Target to manage its mainframe infrastructure using an on-demand approach where the giant retailer will pay only for the computing horsepower it uses. Although terms of...
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