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  • Analysis of the Linux Audit System

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This article in our Royal Holloway Security Series identifies serious flaws due to architectural limitations of the Linux kernel which cast doubts on its ability to provide forensically sound audit records and discusses possible mitigation techniques.

  • The Migration from Windows Server 2003 to Linux

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    This white paper discusses the process of migrating to Linux and explains why the end of Windows Server 2003 may be the best opportunity to do so.

  • Look at Linux, the operating system and universal platform

    Sponsored by: IBM

    When it comes to IT, Linux is everywhere. From smart phones to powerful computer systems, this flexible operating system addresses a significant number of usage models. Read this white paper to learn more about the universal platform and discover all the computer segments that it plays a role in.

  • Presentation Transcript: New economies of Unix mission critical computing

    Sponsored by: HP & Intel®

    In this presentation transcript learn why moving to Unix can help address concerns of uptime, flexibility and improved service levels when managing mission critical systems.

  • Top Reasons To Choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux

    Sponsored by: Red Hat and Intel

    You probably already know that some of the largest and most demanding companies trust Red Hat to drive the IT infrastructure behind their successful businesses. This whitepaper will list and discuss the top reasons you should choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux to power the demanding applications you rely on to run your company.

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