Linux For Business People

Linux for Business People is intended to introduce Linux to those involved in selecting systems for businesses to use. It is not, per se, aimed at IT staff instead at the decision makers above them.

The first section of the book provides practical experience of using Linux based systems, whilst the final half examines the experiences of companies already using Linux.

The two sections of the book have been kept completely distinct (i.e. you need not read the practical section to understand the Business Case sections), and are (hopefully) written in a way that will be understandable to even the most tech-illiterate of mangers.

Also available on Amazon Kindle.

2021: You can access the book here.



A Linux SysAdmins Guide to Mischief

This book is designed to give Sysadmins some entertainment in the form of winding users up (in a non-destructive manner). The book contains tricks ranging from puerile to annoying, all designed for those administering Linux workstations to play on those using Linux workstations!

All are achievable remotely, allowing the Sysadmin to sit back and listen for the sounds of frustration safely out of range of flying staplers. Intended as an exercise in humour, it should provide Sysadmins with some entertainment. Don't expect it to beat a Friday afternoon read of Bootnotes and Odd's n Sod's though!

It's a pretty short book, hence the low price.


2021: You can access the book here.