We talked with Michael Wong, OpenMP CEO, and Matthijs van Waveren, Marketing Coordinator, about the status of the upcoming OpenMP version 4.0 specification and some of its features and enhancements, as well as how to participate in its development.
With IT security playing an increasingly important role, one feature in FreeBSD deserves special attention: jails. In this article, we shed some light on the extra level of security that jails promise.
Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix sees Canonical not only attempt to oust Windows off the enterprise desktop but also position itself as a low-budget alternative to enterprise desktops by Red Hat and SUSE.
Users of Windows Server 2012 will benefit from numerous innovations, especially in the areas of virtualization, high availability, and storage. In this article, we show you some tricks that make handling the new system much easier.
Administrators on Linux virtual machines tend to use VNC to transfer the graphical system to Virtual Machine Manager or a VNC client. One alternative is Spice: If the guest system is running the QXL driver, you can look forward to fast graphics and audio pass through.
Windows 2012 sees Microsoft release the latest version of its server operating system. With multiple editions, and different access licenses, licensing can be difficult to understand. This article attempts to let a little light into the jungle.
If your operating system and database work with different character sets, migrating to the common denominator, Unicode, is often the solution. In this article, we consider what to watch out for in migrations with Oracle.
Hardly a day goes by without reports of hackers breaking into government, military, or enterprise servers. If you analyze the details of the hacker's approach, you will see that, in 90 percent of all cases, SQL injection was the root cause of a server's compromise.