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Paul Rubens

Contributing Writer, Enterprise Networking Planet

Paul Rubens started out as an investment banker in the 1980s, before moving in to journalism in 1991. Since going freelance in 1998, he has contributed to the technology sections of many leading international publications including The Economist and The Financial Times, as well as writing for specialist business technology publications including EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet, eSecurityPlanet, Computing and TechRadar. He is also sub-editor of Pinball Magazine, the world's leading publication devoted to the silver ball.

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Ubuntu's Enterprising Ibex Springs Into Release

Virtualization and netbooks lead the list of new features in Ubuntu's latest release.

Sabre Holdings: Red Hat Thrives in Place of Unix

The company behind Travelocity, Lastminute.com and other travel properties says it hasn't looked back since shucking Solaris for Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Intel hardware.

SmoothWall Simplifies Open Source Security

With everything from intrusion detection to instant message filtering, SmoothWall's UTM-1000 packs a big punch with best-of-breed open source software on board.

Mixing Windows and Linux: How Do You Manage Choice?

Windows isn't going away and neither is Linux. Since you'll probably have both of them running on your network, what are the best choices for managing a mixed environment? And what about all those virtualized servers?

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