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Features
by Malcolm Herbert
Malcolm Herbert, director of Red Hat Consulting, thinks freedom of choice should be the cornerstone of any planned migration towards a cloud environment…

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Reviews
Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Green cloud provider GreenQloud has announced their new hybrid cloud solution in Qstack, enabling enterprise to control more of their cloud solution

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Programming
Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
Make your own private cloud so you can access your files from any device, including PCs, smartphones and tablets, from anywhere in the world…

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
The Linux Foundation has announced that new members have joined the foundation, which include Telecom and Web Storage firms

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Mark Shuttleworth opens LinuxCon Europe with a keynote on how the future of computing will be collaborative

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Reviews
by Rob Zwetsloot
Microsoft continues to surprise the open-source community by allowing specific distros on their proprietary cloud service

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by Rob Zwetsloot
LibreOffice will not be in the cloud next month, according to The Document Foundation a roadmap for cloud LibreOffice will be published. The LibreOffice Android and iOS ports are slowly on their way

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by Rob Zwetsloot
OpenStack-Powered Cloud Solutions with Ubuntu are to be offered by Dell to UK, German, and Chinese companies

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Reviews
by Gareth Halfacree
A self-styled ‘hybrid OS,’ Peppermint Two has a lot to offer those looking for a lightweight web-friendly distribution, but is it a realistic alternative to Lubuntu? Gareth Halfacree finds outs…

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Reviews
by Russell Barnes
Jolicloud, the leading cloud-based netbook and ‘recycling’ OS, has undergone another point release to address problems and add features. Russell Barnes reveals all…

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Posted by Russell Barnes
Taking place on the 21st – 22nd June 2011, the 3rd Annual Cloud Computing World Forum is a Free-to-attend event and will feature all of the key players within the Cloud Computing and SaaS market providing an introduction, discussion and look into the future for the ICT industry. Linux User will be in attendance, so we’ll hopefully see you there!

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