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For Immediate Release
Date: October 20, 2009
LinuxForce Contact: CJ Fearnley, (610) 734-1900
LinuxForce Launches Three New Educational
Initiatives for Business Leaders
Philadelphia, PA 20 October 2009 LinuxForce, Inc., a
leading information technology services firm and a thought leader
in the management of Linux and Free and Open Source Software (FOSS),
today announced the launch of three new educational initiatives to help
organizations working to do more with technology at a lower cost.
The three new educational tools include a free seminar on
29 October 2009, an industry
blog and a website.
Each is focused on helping educate the business community about
effectively managing free and open source software (FOSS) to deliver
business results and lower costs.
In these tough economic times, the high cost of investing in and upgrading
expensive business software has become a source of increasing concern. The
growing industry move to Linux and FOSS has provided a reliable, secure,
lower cost alternative to more traditional software tools. LinuxForce
is dedicated to helping people understand the real power of open source
software so that more organizations can make the transition to Linux-based
"These three educational initiatives will help organizations
learn more about managing FOSS to lower costs and achieve business
results", says CJ Fearnley, LinuxForce's CEO. "The seminar,
blog and website will each provide
insights on the benefits of using a FOSS infrastructure."
The free educational seminar, entitled Managing
FOSS for Business Results, will be held on Thursday,
October 29, from 9 am to 12 pm, at The Franklin Institute in
Philadelphia, PA. A team of FOSS subject experts will share
information with attendees on how to leverage the benefits of FOSS
to achieve business results. Seating is limited, call 610-734-1900
or find out more on the event registration page, http://www.RemoteResponder.net/2009.10.seminar.html.
The new LinuxForce
blog will address issues of concern to business, financial, and
technology leaders as well as provide commentary on the IT industry,
systems and network administration, and security. In addition to
its focus on the benefits of FOSS and on how to manage FOSS, the blog
will cover topics such as reviews of the best in breed FOSS and other
FOSS resources, installation, configuration, integration, automation,
delegation, migration, upgrades, and more.
The LinuxForce team has also launched a new website, www.RemoteResponder.net
to explain the business benefits of professional management of FOSS.
FOSS encompasses thousands of applications and tools (including the Apache
web server, the Linux operating system, databases such as PostgreSQL and
MySQL, the Samba file server, Nagios for network monitoring); making
decisions about which to use and how to integrate them is made easier
with expert help. Our website documents some of the benefits that a
partnership with LinuxForce can provide.
For organizations considering the use of Linux and/or FOSS to reduce
their operational costs, or interested in finding out more about these
alternatives, the website,
blog, and seminar
provide new resources to help understand the management of FOSS-based
About The Seminar
The Seminar on Managing
FOSS for Business Results will show participants how to harness
the power of FOSS for their organizations. For more information
on the seminar visit the registration page http://www.RemoteResponder.net/2009.10.seminar.html.
About The New Blog
The new blog, Managing FOSS for Business
Results is a place for LinuxForce to share and discuss its thoughts,
observations, and research on the full spectrum of issues involved in
FOSS administration. To read the blog visit blog.RemoteResponder.net.
About The New Website
The new website Remote
Responder℠ explains in terms business stakeholders can
understand, LinuxForce's advanced approach to IT (Information
Technology) systems management to help organizations achieve
business results with FOSS. To learn more about Remote
Responder℠ visit the website at www.RemoteResponder.net.
About LinuxForce Inc.
LinuxForce℠ is a leading technology services provider specializing in
the development, implementation, management and support of Linux-based
systems, with a particular expertise in Debian GNU/Linux and Ubuntu.
LinuxForce's leadership and track record of delivering positive
business results since its founding in 1996 have made it the "go-to"
firm for solutions providers, companies, educational institutions
and other organizations wanting to migrate to Linux from Windows
and other proprietary operating systems, migrate from commercial
Linux distributions (such as Red Hat and SUSE) to the more stable,
secure and flexible ones like Debian/GNU and Ubuntu, outsource the
administration of their Linux-based systems, and support open source
applications such as web services, E-Mail, firewalls, databases,
eCommerce and VoIP. For more information on LinuxForce, Remote
Responder℠, LinuxForce Monitoring℠ or reseller opportunities,
e-mail sales@LinuxForce.net, or call (610) 734-1900. Visit LinuxForce
on the Web at http://www.LinuxForce.net.
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