Category: Open Source

5 Open Source Security Tools You Should Use

Security on your desktop computing devices can be a hairy & unruly beast. It can often require a significant investment on your part to improve your security stance — but it doesn’t have to be that way. Herein we will explore some of the great… Continue reading

Speaking at BNUG – Windows/Linux Inter-operability

I’m happy to be speaking at one of New England’s oldest and vibrant technical communities the Boston Network Users Group (BNUG) this month. =) Please join me to find out how to make Linux and Windows play nice. Linux and Windows Inter-operability – Making Linux… Continue reading

Moodle Learning with the Power of Open Source

I’m excited to be presenting on Moodle at my local Boston Linux Unix users group.  Join me Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm at MIT Building E-51, Room 315 to explore the power of this outstanding LMS (Learning Management System).  See below… Continue reading