Red Hat and other makers of the widely used Linux operating system for business computers updated their software on Tuesday to thwart a serious new cyber threat they warned could allow hackers to gain remote control of their systems.
Red Hat, a leading provider of open source solutions, has launched its Enterprise Linux for the SAP Hana platform for customers to deploy across the open hybrid cloud, including via public cloud providers certified by Red Hat.
Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, has announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5, the third enterprise release of Red Hat's OpenStack offering.
Gulf Craft, a leading UAE-based luxury yachts and boats manufacturer, said it has successfully deployed Focus Softnet’s business intelligence solutions to streamline the company's business processes and enhance operational efficiency.
A Spanish association representing open-source software users has filed a complaint against Microsoft Corp to the European Commission, in a new challenge to the Windows developer following a hefty fine earlier this month.
Red Hat, the leading provider of open source solutions, said that the Qatar Exchange has migrated from IBM AIX and Microsoft Windows to Red Hat Enterprise Linux to provide a high-performance trading platform for investors.
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Top IT professionals from large enterprises in Bahrain gathered on Wednesday at an exclusive high-level seminar hosted by Hilal Computers, to hear the latest updates of Red Hat Enterprise Linux open source software.
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Nokia and Intel are to merge their top-end smartphone operating systems as they face increasing competition from cellphone industry newcomers Google and Apple.
Nokia, the world's biggest maker of mobile handsets, will merge its Linux
Smart Technologies has unveiled its Smart Notebook 10 software for the latest core distributions of the Linux operating system.
Smart is currently the only interactive whiteboard manufacturer to provide full versions of its whiteboarding
Sun Microsystems plans to introduce software and hardware to create 'virtual' Windows and Linux personal computers.
The systems can be accessed via desktop machines, laptops and mobile phones, a company executive said.
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