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Marcio Pessoa has created a Portuguese version of a Nagios Quick Reference Guide. You can get it from his site.
Curt Finch wrote an article for Inc. Magazine titled “3 IT Tools You Can’t Live Without – Why my company could not survive without a useful application called Nagios.” Read his informative article here.
Alan Shimel wrote a nice article on Open Source projects and brand protection in an article for NetworkWorld. Alan referenced the recent news announcement about the Nagios trademark victory and used it as an example of why trademarks need to be protected. Read the article here.
We have achieved a major victory in regards to the gross violations and misuse of the Nagios trademark by German company NETWAYS with the help of the community.
A few weeks ago I exposed gross violations of the Nagios trademark to the greater community in my blog post titled “Nagios Trademark Truth”. After nearly five years of trying to resolve these issues directly with NETWAYS and Mr. Julian Hein, and having to counter misleading statements and untruths being publicly parlayed by them, I felt there was no other option left other than to bring the issue before the community publicly.
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