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Independent Linux certification promoted

Linux Australia is holding a seminar next month on the need for Linux certification in the workplace. Evan Leibovitch, head of key Linux training body the Linux Professional Institute, will offer his insights in the present state of certification in Australia, and abroad.

The essential elements of e-mail

A good e-mail message will communicate your thoughts quickly, clearly and concisely, says Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts, author of Business Writing for Dummies. Lindsell-Roberts shared her tips for effective e-mailing during a recent seminar.

Top dogs grapple over the concept of Web services

While the development of Web services continues to peak the interest of IT departments worldwide, management higher-ups are still not convinced of the business benefits of the technology.

Greg Enright: More to conference lunches than food

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Business as usual in Middle East

Aptec ME, one of the Middle East's major regional distributors, saw revenue growth of 43 per cent in the three weeks following the September attacks in the United States, compared to the same period last year.

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