Blog Archive - March 2008



Where’s Red Hat This April?

North America Linux on Wall Street will take place at The Roosevelt Hotel in New York City on April 1. See Red Hat at booth #209, where we’ll feature live demos of Red Hat’s messaging, realtime and virtualization technologies. You’ll have the opportunity to learn how Red Hat Enterprise MRG’s...

 

Red Hat Celebrates Document Freedom Day

Today is Document Freedom Day (DFD). Celebrated for the first time, it’s a global day for document liberation. According to the website, “it will be a day of grassroots effort to educate the public about the importance of Free Document Formats and Open Standards in general.” Red Hat is...

 

Healthcare, Open Source and Privacy

Health IT has tremendous potential in addressing the major challenges we face in healthcare: improving patient safety and quality of care and managing costs while improving efficiency.One of the most visible challenges that health IT faces is the question of protecting privacy. If patient privacy...

 

Curious About Fedora 9?

If you’re curious about what might be included in the next version of Fedora — Fedora 9 Sulphur, due out in late April 2008 — today’s Beta release gives a good glimpse into what’s ahead. The Beta release signals the feature freeze for the next release, meaning that all major features that we plan...

 

Information Technology Objectives

We’ve established our Information Technology objectives for our 2009 fiscal year, which just started. Last year we used a fairly lengthy list of objectives in eight or nine categories. Although it gave us a useful view of all the things we wanted to accomplish, we found it somewhat hard to focus...

 

Source Code for Red Hat Certificate System Released

Red Hat Certificate System was acquired from AOL three years ago as part of the Netscape technology acquisition. In keeping with our commitment to open source software, today Red Hat has released all of the source code to Red Hat Certificate System. Much of the technology in Red Hat Certificate...

 

RHCE of the Year Contest Kicks Off

Our third-annual Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) of the Year contest has officially kicked off – more details here. The contest is designed to recognize achievements of RHCEs from around the world who have particularly interesting or motivational success stories. Submissions are simply a...

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 Beta

On Tuesday, March 11, Red Hat released the Beta version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2. The Beta is expected to last approximately two months, with the final, supported update appearing soon after. During the Beta, Red Hat’s QA group, partners and customers will put the update through extensive...

 

Red Hat Opposes OOXML

As the March 29th voting deadline on OOXML approaches, Red Hat has announced its support of Open Document Format (ODF) instead of Office Open XML (OOXML). The Company released its official position statement on OOXML on Wednesday, March 5, 2008. The statement, hosted on Red Hat’s new Open...

 

Florida Hospital Uses Red Hat for Reliability

Florida Hospital is a huge hospital, with 2,300 beds spread across seven facilities. The Hospital is also highly regarded for the quality of care it provides, having secured accolades from publications such as US News and World Report.The Florida Hospital IT team has embraced Red Hat solutions to...

 
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