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Articles by Matthew McKenzie
posted in April 2009
Choice is empowering -- but too many choices can be overwhelming. The key to succeeding with Linux is to avoid the latter without sacrificing the former.
Ubuntu Linux isn't just an operating system -- it's an ecosystem. Here is a quick guide to help you wind your way through this desktop jungle.
Virtualization is a crowded and very competitive market. But don't count out an open-source newcomer that could make some waves with its approach to delivering both Windows and Linux apps.
Ubuntu's latest Linux server push offers small business users a mix of good and bad news. The good news, however, definitely wins this round.
Looking for the best way to try Linux without giving up Windows? A new guide will give you plenty of food for thought.
The next Ubuntu Linux server release is on its way. If your company decides to give it a try, be sure that you also understand some important points about how Ubuntu handles long-term tech support.
Would you turn down a free insurance policy? That's exactly what Linux users get, thanks to this collection of free, open-source data backup tools.
There are already a couple of safe, easy ways to try out Linux on a Windows desktop system. But a new option could be the easiest one of all.
Some netbook retailers are slamming Linux for boosting their product-return rates. Here's why you should take their protests with a grain of salt.
The conventional wisdom maintains that a recent Microsoft lawsuit poses a threat to the future of Linux. Here's why the conventional wisdom is wrong.
Microsoft's latest server offering is priced to compete against Linux in the small-biz market. Some companies, however, might find a few devils in the details.
Never mind Conficker. If you're looking for a good reason to consider alternatives to Windows, its name is GhostNet.