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Metacloud’s Steve Curry: We Need a Better Cloud Storage Model

The popularity of cloud storage is growing rapidly, and few would deny that open source technology is driving individual and business users to the clouds in droves. Yet enterprise adoption decisions are often hindered by competing technologies for public and private clouds. Often, it is less a question of open or closed source and more an issue of service and ... Read More »

AT&T supplies CIA with customer data for a fee, says NY Times

LinuxSecurity.com: AT&T reportedly has a contract with the CIA to provide the agency with data on certain phone calls. Citing information from unnamed government officials, The New York Times said on Thursday that AT&T receives more than $10 million a year from the Central Intelligence Agency in exchange for providing customer phone records used to help track down potential terrorists. Read More »

SUSECon day 0 – Tomorrow’s announcements today

Follow @LinuxUserMag SUSECon 2013 hasn’t quite started yet, with the main sessions beginning tomorrow, but today was press day. This gave us behind the scenes access to the big names behind SUSE, such as VP for Engineering Ralf Flaxa and President and General Manager Nils Brauckmann. In preparation for tomorrow’s keynote speech, a couple of announcements that are being made ... Read More »