Category Archives: System Integration

System Integration Services: Deals with Minutest Technical Aspects

It is an undeniable fact that most of the businesses rely on information technology for the smooth running processes. You can say that IT has now become a key contributor for the tracking, management and coordination for most of the major business processes, resources as well as infrastructure. System integration offers this advantage of information […]

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How ClearOS 6.2 is differ from ClearOS 5.2?

What’s new in ClearOS 6.2? While updating the base system built on source code from red hat linux 6.2 as clear foundation is not affiliated with Red hat New release includes the major changes. Enhanced 64 bit support Base system built from red hat 6.2 Graphic installer Windows  BDC support App developer framework Clear system […]

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Elaborating ClearOS Enterprise Edition release 5.2

Clear OS enterprise operation system was known as Clark connects earlier. It is a gateway server solution for small business and distributed environment. It’s based in cent OS Linux distribution, which was based on red hat enterprise Linux. Clear OS integrated with list of services and features, which are easy to administer and configure via […]

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What is EPEL Repo and How it can be Enable on CentOS 5, CentOS 6 and CentOS 7 ?

EPEL repo stands for Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux Repository. It is a free and open source repository project made available to everybody by Fedora. It is well known for providing 100% high quality add-ons for Linux based software’s including CentOs and RHEL. These packages are needed to be enabled separately for CentOS with a […]

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ClearOS 5.1 and it’s features

The use of ClearOS, as a powerful server in the distributed environment, is well known to all. However, like all other software, this one too has evolved over the ages and packs in a whole lot of things now compared to it’s previous versions. In this article, we will have a look into some of […]

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