Informatics A versatile, non-proprietary open operating system, which is the industry standard for mainframes, work stations and servers on the Internet, written in C programming language. See OS X. Cf MacOS, Windows.
The Web site's content serves as a broad, deep technical information resource for UNIX system managers, database administrators, network architects, Webmasters, security specialists, and system programmers working in large, distributed computing environments.
0 makes it easy for administrators to preserve pre-existing security identities by grouping Linux and UNIX systems within Active Directory and define multiple UIDs and GIDs as well as Network Information Service (NIS) mapping to support legacy directory migration.
Although UNIX systems still clearly offer important functional advantages for the most demanding, high-end commercial applications, Linux has now become a mainstream operating environment for a broad range of general-purpose departmental and workgroup applications in addition to its traditional base of infrastructure solutions, "edge of network" applications, development platforms, and technical computing applications.
In addition, PowerBroker extends the limited logging capabilities of traditional UNIX systems by providing an indelible audit trail of all accepted and rejected user requests and session I/O to ensure a secure environment as well as user accountability.
Jim was President and CEO of SCO Asia, Chairman of the Board of SCO China Software Company and Chairman of UNIX Systems Technologies China, joint ventures which he established in Beijing for SCO, AT&T/Lucent Technologies and the PRC government.