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One Year Ago: Red Hat Finds E-Commerce At Hell’s Kitchen

Originally published on January 5, 2000 and brought to you today as a time capsule. Linux vendor Red Hat (Nasdaq: RHAT) has announced that it will acquire privately held Hell's Kitchen Systems (HKS), a provider of open-source e-commerce software and services. Under the terms of the agreement...

One Year Ago: Anti-Virus Vendors Warn Of New Y2K Viruses

Originally published on January 3, 2000 and brought to you today as a time capsule. As Y2K war room staffers dozed or watched world celebrations due to a lack of serious date switchover-related problems, utility software vendors were monitoring the Net for new virus threats.

One Year Ago: Red Hat and Dell Pump Up Linux Agreement

Originally published on December 7, 1999 and brought to you today as a time capsule. Dell Computer Corp. (Nasdaq: DELL)has announced the expansion of its strategic partnership with Linux softwaresolutions powerhouse Red Hat, Inc.(Nasdaq: RHAT), adding service and support value to its open-sourceoffe...

One Year Ago: Intel Expands Linux Investment

Originally published on November 29, 1999 and brought to you today as a time capsule. Moving to boost its investment in the expansive market for Linux-basedbusiness solutions, Intel has joinedventure capital group Apax Partners to fund Linux vendor SuSE Linux AG. The equity funding, which is subject...

One Year Ago: Christmas Day Virus Warning Issued

Originally published on November 22, 1999 and brought to you today as a time capsule. As the holiday season prepares to kick off in earnest, antivirus researchershave discovered a new hybrid computer virus that could deliver a maliciouspayload to users’ hard drives on December 25th. The virus,...

One Year Ago: Christmas Day Virus Warning Issued

Originally published on November 22, 1999 and brought to you today as a time capsule. As the holiday season prepares to kick off in earnest, antivirus researchershave discovered a new hybrid computer virus that could deliver a maliciouspayload to users’ hard drives on December 25th. The virus,...

One Year Ago: Christmas Day Virus Warning Issued

Originally published on November 22, 1999 and brought to you today as a time capsule. As the holiday season prepares to kick off in earnest, antivirus researchershave discovered a new hybrid computer virus that could deliver a maliciouspayload to users’ hard drives on December 25th. The virus,...

Linux Grows Up

In the minds of many industry analysts, Linux has been growing up in the glare of the spotlight over the past couple of years. If that observation is true, then the recent LinuxMall.com merger agreement with the publicly traded EBIZ Enterprises, Inc. (OTC BB: EBIZ) could set a trend for rites of pas...

Technology Spotlight: Mission Critical Linux

Mission Critical Linux provides support solutions and professional services to companies, including e-commerce operations, that are placing infrastructure investment and faith in the Linux open-source operating system.

IBM and Linux: A Test of Metal

With all of the recent buzz about IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Linux, it might seem as if a new version of the legendary Thomas J. Watson-inspired Big Blue "rally song" had been released on MP3, with the words "Penguin" and "Internet" added throughout.

The End of Linux Hysteria?

2000 could be the year that Linux comes fully into its own, as rising corporate adoption and intensifying media attention brought on by the Microsoft antitrust case have helped to push the open-source operating system into the number two position in world OS sales.

Linux in the Post-Microsoft World

While the so-called "Linux Hysteria" seemed to fade long before the Nasdaq started to sputter, the open-source platform capitalized on Microsoft's antitrust troubles by moving steadily into the server arena and grabbing the attention of Internet-centric operations.

The New Linux World Order

As Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) muddles forward in its Pyrrhic struggle against the U.S. government, Linux continues to encroach upon the company's sacred Windows NT market space. Given Microsoft's well-documented aggressive business style, many analysts are bracing for another colossal battle as the so...

Internet To Host Earth Day’s 30th Birthday Celebration

The Earth Day Network is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Earth Day festival this year by presenting a live Webcast of this weekend's EarthFair 2000 festivities from the Capitol Mall in Washington, D.C.

Technology Spotlight: Magic Software Enterprises

Magic Software Enterprises is one of an increasing number of high-tech firms that are moving a portion of their business and product lines to the Linux open-source platform. The company is a board member of Linux International, which is a non-profit organization founded with a mission to advance int...

Technology Spotlight:TurboLinux

TurboLinux, formerly known as Pacific HiTech, originated in Japan and has aggressively pursued open-source software market opportunities in China, expanded international operations into Latin America, Europe and elsewhere in Asia-Pacific, and moved into North America by establishing a headquarters i...

IBM Unveils Linux-Based Supercomputer

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has edged yet another step away from Microsoft by working with the University of New Mexico to create a Linux-based supercomputer that will do more than just crunch research numbers.

Caldera IPO Marks First Linux Disappointment

Caldera Systems, Inc. began publicly trading its stock on Nasdaq Tuesday, closing up almost 111 percent in a $70 million (US$) IPO that fell short of other recent Linux offerings.

Technology Spotlight: GTE CyberTrust

GTE CyberTrust was founded in 1996 after being split off from GTE's government services unit. Although the company is now primarily an international provider of extranet and e-commerce security solutions for private corporations, it has recently returned to government service.

TurboLinux Expands International Operations

Open-source based software solutions provider TurboLinux has expanded its international operations by opening offices in the United Kingdom and Latin America.

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