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Cisco, Oracle find dozens of their products affected by Shellshock

Cisco has identified 71 products vulnerable to Shellshock and Oracle 51, but the number is likely to increase read more »

HP gives OpenVMS new life

A new roadmap for OpenVMS emerges from an HP agreement read more »

Sparc and Windows get more love in Oracle VM update

Oracle VM 3.3 supports larger pages and can speed Windows operations with paravirtualized drivers read more »

Twenty-year-old vulnerability in LZO finally patched

Used widely from NASA's Rover to the Linux Kernel read more »

Intel revs up enterprise flash drives with PCIe

A line of SSDs will use the high-speed interface and the emerging NVMe specification for high performance, Intel says read more »

Oracle subpoenas Comcast in connection with Solaris support lawsuit

Comcast is resisting Oracle's demand for documents, according to a court filing read more »

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Solaris Blogs

Taking stock of Linux – maturation continues

Little now distinguishes Linux from enterprise-grade UNIX variants such as Solaris and AIX read more »

Red Hat RHEL 7 - Linux continues its march to the top

UNIX will not die, but its share of net new workloads will shrink dramatically read more »

Oracle FY2014 results offer opportunities for sourcing professionals

Take advantage of new cloud approach and two quarters of mssed sales estimates read more »

Hurry up Symantec

Musings from Symantec's 2013 Analyst Event read more »

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Innovation, productivity, agility and profit

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Windows 8

Windows 8

Check out our latest articles on Microsoft's next-generation operating system.


Securing the Enterprise

 Join ComputerworldUK's editor in chief, Mike Simons, and Dell executives in a series of video discussions on how to respond to cyver criminals.


HP acquisitions

HP acquisitions

Following HP's dispute with Autonomy, we look back at other HP acquisitions in this Computerworld UK slideshow.


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Solaris In Depth

Sysadmin forecast - Cloudy with a chance of virtualisation

The traditional systems administrator role is changing, thanks to cloud computing and virtualisation. Here's how to ensure you have a job in five years read more »

Can Windows 8 really become the OS for everything?

Testing the pre-beta version has produced interesting results read more »

Vendors releasing same software on parallel tracks

Open source and commercial releases can lead to the best of both worlds read more »

Linux rules the world of international finance

From New York to London, stock exchanges are banking on the open source OS read more »

Is Oracle likely to stick with open source after OpenOffice and Hudson?

NetBeans, MySQL and GlassFish are likely to remain on the books read more »

Microsoft's Skype acquisition will boost the profile of open alternatives

Microsoft's track record suggests it is unlikely to keep Skype going on competing platforms read more »

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Solaris Slideshows

How Oracle handled Sun technology

Four years after acquiring Sun it is a mixed scorecard read more »

15 essential open source tools for Windows admins

Microsoft offers great tools for enhancing your server-side experience, but open source has impressive options as well read more »

25 free open source projects IT pros will love

SourceForge expert points out 25 lesser-known projects for IT folks read more »

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White Papers

Quantifying the Business Benefits of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Solutions

This IDC paper assesses and quantifies the business benefits of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating environment. read more »

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Sreamlining operational efiiciency read more »

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