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Wednesday, October 7, 2009
[TechRepublic] Location-aware printing in Windows 7
The cloud landscape is filled with many options for hosted server instances in the cloud. In this TechRepublic blog post, IT pro Rick Vanover outlines some differences between Amazon EC2 and the new VMware vCloud Express offering. Read more
If you are in an environment that disallows the use of SSH and forces the use of an HTTP proxy, it is possible to use that HTTP proxy as a transport for SSH. Vincent Danen explains how to use the Corkscrew program to do it. Read more
Jack Wallen had the opportunity to interview the finalists in the latest Cisco "Think inside the box" contest. Read about what the finalists had to say about developing for open source, the future of Linux, and their projects. Read more
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