Monthly Archives: July 2012

Green IT made easy

Talks about “green IT” are everywhere, no IT magazine without an article, no fair without new products, and advertisement all over the place. But I bet there are quite some small and medium-sized business around the world that ask themselves: … Continue reading

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Buying by brand name doesn’t save you from cheap products…

We’re working on customer premises quite regularly, carrying lots of documents and code with us on “portable media”. Of course all that is encrypted and we’ve set things up to decrypt & automount those file systems when logging on to … Continue reading

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Linux Pacemaker, dependant resources and live migration

It’s been a while and I’ve been thinking about new topics for our blog… it’s not that we wouldn’t have enough to lament about, but that’s more for a cool beer and some chit-chat, rather than to annoy you. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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