By Andrew Josey, VP, Standards and Certification, The Open Group Technology can be a fickle thing. Spurred by perpetual innovation, the one constant in the tech industry is change. As such, we can expect that whatever is the hottest thing … Continue reading →
By The Open Group It’s no secret that the IT workforce is suffering from a skills gap. Not only are there not enough workers available to fill tech positions at many companies, but even the workers available may not possess … Continue reading →
By Caryl Takvorian, Staff Engineer, Oracle We deal with hundreds of applications on a daily basis at Oracle® ISV Engineering. Most of them need to support multiple operating systems (OS) environments including Oracle Solaris. These applications are from all types … Continue reading →
By The Open Group “High availability”, in it’s simplest definition, “is a characteristic of a system, which aims to ensure an agreed level of operational performance for a higher than normal period.” For computer systems high availability generally focuses on … Continue reading →
In the October 2011 Wired, Steven Levy writes about how the scroll bar has disappeared in Apple’s latest desktop operating system, code-named Lion. Instead of using a mouse to point and drag to move the page up and down, Lion changes the metaphor into a two-fingered multi-touch movement, similar to the move used on your smartphone or tablet. Is this the beginning of a fundamental change in the way we interact with office based computers? […]
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