Profile of Matthew McKenzie
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Articles by Matthew McKenzie
posted in February 2009
What could your business do with a tiny, fully-functional Linux server that runs on about five watts of power? One chip-maker has some interesting thoughts on the subject.
Will Asus be the first netbook vendor to adopt Google's Android OS? It's a safe bet, according to the head of the company's Eee PC division.
Are enterprise customers ready to consider open-source ERP tools? Maybe not -- but it's a very different story in the small-business market.
Looking for an inexpensive backup solution that doesn't treat vendor lock-in as a "feature?" Zmanda's new, cloud-based backup offering might be worth a closer look.
Think netbooks are already a great deal? Just wait a few months.
So, is Windows 7 really a Linux-killer? Does Linux finally have Microsoft on the ropes? Maybe both sides in this "debate" need to step off and get a grip.
Does a laptop that goes up to a full day between charges sound appealing? Well, here it comes, and Linux is helping to make it happen.
Think there is no such thing as secure instant messaging? I have some very good news for you.
Thinking about deploying Ubuntu Linux as part of your company's IT mix? Join the club.
A new, Linux-powered HP netbook is getting a lot of attention -- not for what it includes but for what it doesn't.