Jason Perlow

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Jason Perlow is a technologist with over two decades of experience integrating large heterogeneous multi-vendor computing environments in Fortune 500 companies. His expressed views do not necessarily represent those of his employer, The Linux Foundation.

Jason Perlow's full-time employer is The Linux Foundation, a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. He writes as a freelancer for ZDNet. The postings and opinions on this blog are his own and don't necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of the Linux Foundation.

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Maxtor MaxAttach 4100

Maxtor MaxAttach 4100

Usability9  Capability7  Performance7  Interoperability9  Manageability9  Maxtor's MaxAttach 4100 proves that Windows 2000 is a good server appliance operating system. MaxAttach supports Windows, Unix, NetWare, and Macintosh environments, and is easy to administer using Windows 2000's built-in tools.

May 15, 2001 by in Hardware

The reality TV series we all really want to watch

The reality TV series we all really want to watch

I'm not a big fan of reality TV shows, particularly the ones that are focused on the life of a particular celebrity. For a while, I liked watching Ozzy, and then some of Gene Simmons, strictly for the bizarre aspects, but then the morbid fascination tends to fade quickly.

June 14, 2008 by in Hardware

Puget Systems: Independent PC Building is Very Much Alive

Puget Systems: Independent PC Building is Very Much Alive

My post from Monday about the imminent collapse of the system builder ecosystem and the death of homebrew rattled more than a few feathers, including the folks over at Puget Systems, who's $16,000 PC became the object of my ire when one of their PR people shot it across my bow as an item of interest for the blog.This blog and ZDNet as a whole has had a tradition of allowing vendors the right to an editorial response to anything that is published.

March 11, 2009 by in Hardware