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1 Small App, 1 Giant Feather in Linux’s Cap

What a difference a day makes, as the old saying goes — or, perhaps more aptly here in the Linux community, what a difference an app makes. Which app, you may ask? Why that would be Microsoft Office for Android, of course — the arrival of which a few weeks ago has caused no shortage of jubilation in the Linux ... Read More »

OpenSUSE 13.1 final milestone released

Follow @LinuxUserMag After development issues late last year with openSUSE, the team and community are back on track. Development for openSUSE 13.1 is on schedule, with the latest milestone only a few hours later than expected. Milestone 4 for 13.1 is the last milestone before beta testing begins, and there are a few upgrades that have come along with it. ... Read More »

Coraid’s Suda Srinivasan: Public Cloud vs. Private vs. Having It All

Cloud storage technologies and Big Data are driving rapid industry growth. Cloud storage developed around three model options: Infrastructure as a Service; Platform as a Service; and Software as a Service. Merging with these cloud service models are technologies providing cloud computing space and cloud backup services. Don’t forget to factor in options such as public cloud, private cloud and ... Read More »