eWEEK: In the world of Linux distributions, users are often faced with the option of choosing an enterprise-grade distribution or a community distribution.
softpedia: As Canonical's convergence vision continues for Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus), due for release in April 2017, the company will provide users with a more evolved Unity 8 session where more applications run as Snaps.
LinuxandUbuntu: snaps aren't for everyone, apparently.
GamingOnLinux: More games for Linux coming...
tecmint:guacamole is a remote desktop gateway powered by Tomcat that only needs to be installed on a central server.
Phoronix: The Linux 4.9 kernel will be officially released in about three weeks but there is already new features/functionality to get excited about for Linux 4.10.
The new Winsock library is major news for ReactOS users as it promises to effectively support all network operations in user mode applications.
softpedia: Canonical prepared a public preview of SQL Server on Linux, allowing Ubuntu users to get familiar with it
FreedomPenguin: Linux networking can be tricky.
InfoWorld: Sumo Logic research shows its customers favor AWS for building their apps, Redis for storing data, and Nginx for serving it all up
Linux.com: Richard Marshall of IAC Publishing Labs describes Ask.com's adventures in navigating two decades of legacy infrastructure on the way to living the container native dream
Don't Believe the Lies; Microsoft Hates Linux and Merely Pulls E.E.E. Tactics Against It, Including .NET Promotion
techrights: A warning about lots of prepared (in advance) Microsoft brainwash
tecmint: Apache is built, based on the principle of modularity, this way, it enables web server administrators to add different modules to extend its primary functionalities and enhance apache performance as well.
eWEEK: In recent years, Microsoft has transformed itself from being the mortal enemy of Linux to being a productive participant in open-source communities.
ZDnet: Besides announcing its next version of Ceph-powered SUSE Enterprise Storage, SUSE has bought openATTIC, the open-source Ceph and storage management framework.
LinuxBSDos: learn how to use its disk encryption feature to enhance the physical security posture of a supported Linux distribution.
After years of proprietary and closed source solutions, organizations in the financial sector are embracing open source software.
DarkDuck: If you ask old Linux users which system is most trusted, stable, solid and supported, Debian of course will be among the leaders of the list.
ZDnet: Linux is SUPER (thanks for asking)
opensource: Licenses are valuable shared resources.