Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a Linux-based operating system developed by Red Hat and targeted toward the commercial market. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is released in server versions for x86, x86-64, Itanium, PowerPC and IBM System.
I cut my teeth in the computer business using Linux Red Hat (Alpha) and
Windows 3.01, while still using a Commodore 64. At that time (1996 I believe) it took an unbelievable amount of floppy disk to install (10 being the magic number). My love for Linux got me into the computer industry in the first place. I figured out how Operating systems, software, peripherals and drivers how they work together or not. My home /business network is Linux based, Red Hat Enterprise has many features:
Virtualization with Red Hat Enterprise
Kernel and performance
Networking and interoperability
Management. That’s what makes Red Hat the choice for CIOs and IT managers.
At first glance, Office 2013 does not
appear to be all that different from Office 2010. The layout of the apps is a
bit cleaner, and on a tablet, most items are spaced well enough that the app is
easily navigated by fingertip. Still, familiar touches remain. Office 2013 has
a number of improvements that make creating, editing, reading, and sharing documents
quicker and easier. Some of the new features Office, Store your
documents online with SkyDrive...
Microsoft offering into the tablet market. The Microsoft
Surface a hybrid combining tablet and laptop, with a full
Windows 8 OS with an Intel Core i5 CPU, with a detachable keyboard cover.
Mainstream power and performance boosters this tablet but high price and a
shorter battery life may make the surface less desirable.
Windows RT version of the Suface offers Office
software. Better battery life but limited app selection. If you are considering
a tablet the Surface is a good ...