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Chris Campbell

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Saturday October 09, 2010 07:45 PM
It's time again for the news in review. Read on for the latest in systems administration and IT news!

Welcome back again to the news in review.

It's been another slow week or so in IT, with just a few highlights to discuss this week.  First, Cisco is set to Release a Virtual Security Appliance for VMWare and if you are intro virtualization, you may be interested to check out these top ten Tips for Using Hyper-V

The OpenOffice saga continues to unfold as Oracle announces that they are ready to go solo with OpenOffice.

From Redmond comes the possibility that Microsoft Could See Windows Pain.  Mr. Ballmer also wanted to clarify this week that Android's not free (because of license fees to Microsoft).

Did someone say Android? Acer mentions plans for Windows/Android dual boot for all dual core netbooks and there is speculation that Android will overcome Apple's iOS.

The New Fedora Linux Project Leader is apparently building more than a distro, but for me, the distro doesn't matter - it's the Penguin that counts.

In other news, Linux Will Boom in a Post-Recession World, but that's not important because apparently the OS no longer matters.

Have a good week!

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