Storage Management Software: Users Weigh In


Data storage never seems to stop evolving in ways that challenge IT departments. Aside from the need to deal with perpetual growth, data storage now requires management across cloud and on-premises infrastructure as well as hybrid environment. Different workloads also require varying service levels from storage solutions. Storage management tools have had to keep up with this rapid change.

Storage management tools give storage managers a way to stay on top of storage systems. They enable storage managers to […] Continue Reading…

Viperr Linux Keeps Crunchbang Alive with a Fedora Flair | Linux.com


Do you remember Crunchbang Linux? Crunchbang (often referred to as #!) was a fan-favorite, Debian-based distribution that focused on using a bare minimum of resources. This was accomplished by discarding the standard desktop environment and using a modified version of the Openbox Window Manager. For some, Crunchbang was a lightweight Linux dream come true. It was lightning fast, easy to use, and hearkened back to the Linux of old.
However, back in 2015, Philip Newborough made this announcement:
For anyone […] Continue Reading…

6 Ways to Recycle Your IT Gear for Earth Day

We all love our smartphones, computers, tablets, and gadgets. Some of us wait in long lines the moment the latest tech hits the shelves, while others upgrade when our old devices finally kick the bucket. Either way, we are all inevitably left with obsolete technology that we need to discard. The hardware, batteries, cables, and accessories often become burdensome because we are not sure how to recycle this material. As digital transformation continues to permeate IT professionals’ data […] Continue Reading…

How to Connect Wi-Fi from Linux Terminal Using Nmcli Command | Linux.com


There are several command-line tools for managing a wireless network interface in Linux systems. A number of these can be used to simply view the wireless network interface status (whether it is up or down, or if it is connected to any network), such as iw, iwlist, ip, ifconfig and others.
And some are used to connect to a wireless network, and these include: nmcli, is a command-line tool used to create, show, edit, delete, enable, and disable network connections, as well as control and display network device […] Continue Reading…

Microsoft Releases a Linux-Based OS » Linux Magazine

Microsoft has announced a new project that is going to be powered by the venerable Linux kernel. At the RSA 2018 Conference, the company shed some light on Microsoft Azure Sphere, a new platform to help create secured, Internet-connected microcontroller (MCU) devices.Microsoft Azure Sphere is an end-to-end-solution, all the way from Azure Cloud to actual chips found on the targeted IoT device. Microsoft Azure Sphere is comprised of three components: Azure Sphere certified microcontrollers […] Continue Reading…