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Career in Linux Administration
[ 5 Jan 2008 | One Comment | 520 supporters ]

Linux usage has grown rapidly among American companies. Most experts estimate there are nearly 10 million Linux users today and that as many as 40% of all new servers sold have Linux installations.
Advantages Of Linux are:
1.) Linux is free.
2.) Linux can run on as little as 150 Mb of space and can run on as little as 2Mb of Ram.
3.) A Full Multitasking, Multiuser and Time Sharing OS.
4.) A portion of the hard disk can be used as the Ram thus creating room for virtual Ram.
5.) It have got windows …

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Linux Hosting Is Better Than Window Hosting
[ 4 Jan 2008 | One Comment | 530 supporters ]

Confusion often arises while choosing a web-hosting platform, as which one is the best one and which one is the better one between Linux & Window hosting. The million-dollar question is what application are you looking to use for your hosting? Consider the tools and scripting languages you plan to use, if you use PHP, Perl or MySQL, Linux is the way forward. If apps are Microsoft-specific, then Windows is what you need.
Well in most of the cases, the general inclination generally moves towards the Linux web hosting platform and …

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Linux Hosting Made Clear
[ 4 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 806 supporters ]

Instead of using Microsoft Windows-based technology for operating a website, many people rely on Linux hosting as a really good alternative. As most of you probably know by now, the code that makes Linux run is publicly available, which means that it is an open-source operating system. This is why people all over the world have the possibility to make the system better and better each day! Windows is indeed more easy to operate than Linux, but the chances of failure that Linux provides are very much smaller than for …

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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
[ 3 Jan 2008 | 2 Comments | 14,586 supporters ]

The mantra of the modern-day organization is innovation. In order to stay competitive in the market, companies require increasing globalization and flexibility. Challenging issues faced by companies today are the management of large-scale projects and cooperation among enterprises within geographically distributed networks. Companies desperately need innovations; however, the inflexibility of legacy-information technology infrastructure slows down the process. Today, organizations need information technology to support flexible business strategies rather than hold them back. In order to survive, organizations must develop innovative strategies that:
• Sense and respond to real-time customer demands
• Gain …

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VPN Loading Balancing
[ 2 Jan 2008 | One Comment | 692 supporters ]

Virtual Private Networks form a major part of many organizations’ network infrastructure. They are often used as a vehicle to serve sensitive information to remote offices and workers. Typically VPN’s are created point-to-point making it difficult to add any resilience or more bandwidth. Introducing our products to this infrastructure makes this possible, whether you are implementing new or expanding existing VPN infrastructure.
Drawbacks of existing technology:
Single Point of Failure
Traditional VPN’s both client and site-to-site are based upon a single Internet link. Should this link fail, organizations invariably have no fall-back plan, …

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