32BitsOnline: Where Does Linux Want to go Today?Mar 27, 1999, 14:05 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric CaldWell)
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"We have a good understanding of where Linux is going today and maybe tomorrow but, the question remains, how do we get there, and will Linux succeed?"
"...Linux has become an overnight sensation due to factors like, repeated delays of the Windows 2000 release, stability and scalability issues with NT4, and the skyrocketing implementation and support costs associated with Microsoft solutions and products..."
"So, how can Linux exploit these gaps? Simple, start where Microsoft started and work your way up. Microsoft is so focused on tackling the enterprise that they've forgotten where their roots are, small companies, departments within big organizations, and the obvious desktop market. We're going to go into a little detail as to how the Linux community can accomplish capturing these markets."
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