IT lead does not have a backup, DR plan in writingview story

http://serverfault.com – This is a general management question to IT managers out there. We are a small firm with about 4 servers in our colo cabinent. No full time IT manager. But we do have one person on monthly contract and I am having a terrible time getting him to share what these plans actually are. (HowTos)

ICT jobs market resilient, but salaries remain flatview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Australian ICT job market is steady as she goes and continuing to show resilience despite broader economic uncertainty, according to the latest salary survey from specialist IT & T recruitment firm, Greythorn. {loadposition peter}Greythorn says there are mixed views on market optimism for the year ahead, but it still anticipates the number of new opportunities in the ICT sector will conti (IT news)

"Lite" packages - Offering solutions to more efficient computingview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – After reading this thread, it has come to my attention that there are minimalists out there who strive to find the smallest and most efficient packages out there. Here are some goals to keep in mind.Goals1. Versatility2. Least number of dependencies and space requirements3. Convenience (Will a CLI user like it?)Main goal - Trump the current apps with a more efficent app.General rules1. (HowTos)

DreamLinux 5 reviewview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – When there are a lot of Linux distros around, most distros are unfortunately very similar in features to each other. However, DreamLinux is quite special, this Debian-based distro is one of the few distros that use Xcfe as the desktop environment and it also has a very unique set of preinstalled applications. DreamLinux currently supports only 32 bit architecture. (Distributions)

The best Linux netbook distro?view story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – Even with the rise of tablets and smartphones, many people still prefer netbooks as their portable computing devices. However, with so many Linux distros out there, choosing the right Linux distro for the netbook can be a tough task for a lot of people. (Distributions)

Technology Sales Recruiting: Seven Deadly Sins, Part IIview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Previously, in The Seven Deadly Sins of Sales Recruiting – Part 1, I gave an overview of the common business layout in terms of salespeople ratios of excellent performers to underachievers. Now, we cover what exactly the seven deadly sins of sales recruiting. They are: #1 – Passive Recruiting Methods: Many companies post a recruiting ad and then wait for resumes to roll in. (IT news)

[SOLVED][Q] Windowlab autostart?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Well, I was inspired by this post in the 30 Window Managers thread to try WindowLab again. I had tried it a couple times before and liked it, but never stuck with it. Now, I would like to try to set up an autostart script to get things like wallpaper and conky working. (HowTos)

Alternative to compiz (unusual "tiling compiz" setup)view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – What do you mean by "DE Base?"  Both KDE and GNOME have their own versions of those features.  You also haven't mentionted exactly what it is you're doing with whatever it is you're using.  Many window managers (and the two major DEs) have similar features, but under what circumstances are you carrying around a mouse with no keyboard?  How are you tilin (HowTos)

Actually used #! over and over, but it's my first time hereview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – So here's my story. Started out on Ubuntu 11.04 when it was Brand New. Got bored with it, Unity started to get frustrating, and so I did a bunch of research and ended up downloading CrunchBang Statler. (HowTos)

[lubuntu] What network managers are there available?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I was just wondering if there were some more network managers because I have had nothing but a headache messing with wicd. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks (Hardware)