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Join us at Everything Open 2023 in Melbourne to Learn about Open Source Technologies and Best Practices for Linux Security

Are you interested in the latest trends in open source technologies? Look no further than Everything Open 2023 in Melbourne, Australia!

Event info: https://2023.everythingopen.au/

From 14-16 March 2023, the brightest minds in open source technologies will come together to share their expertise, insights, and experiences. If you’re passionate about this field, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

Our team will be there to provide talks and discussions about the latest developments in open source technologies. On 15 March Wednesday, we’ll be sharing some exciting new ideas and concepts that are sure to change the game.

To better understand the technologies we’ll be discussing, we encourage attendees to read our whitepaper on Linux security patches: best practices for risk-mitigation and uptime. This paper offers valuable insights into the best strategies for ensuring the security and reliability of your Linux systems. You can access the whitepaper at this link.

We invite everyone who is interested in open source technologies to come and see us at Everything Open 2023. This event is a unique opportunity to meet with other professionals in the field and to learn about the latest trends and developments.

If you want to stay ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving field, Everything Open 2023 is the place to be. We look forward to seeing you there!

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