TechWeb: Bowstreet Updates Offerings, Joins Linux CampMar 10, 2000, 18:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Barbara Darrow)
"Bowstreet officially plans to embrace Linux next week, adding its support for the open source operating system."
"The first release of Bowstreet's software, which automates the construction of extranets, was called Web Automation Factory and supported Sun Solaris and Windows NT operating systems."
"The second iteration is called Bowstreet Business Web Factory 2.0 and comes in two configurations -- a Marketplace edition available free for up to 10 concurrent users, and the Enterprise edition for sites needing more, said Tim Dempsey, chief marketing officer at Bowstreet, based here. The new release will run on Linux as well as NT and Solaris."
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