CNET News: Linux Inches Up Corporate IT Priority List
Oct 10, 2003, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Alorie Gilbert)
"The chief information officers of some major U.S. companies say
more businesses are choosing the Linux operating system as they
face pressure to reduce costs.
"Speaking on a panel at a venture capital conference here
Wednesday, the CIO of clothing retailer Gap and a Bank of America
technology executive said they are among the Linux converts.
"Topping Gap's list of priority technology projects is 'anything
touching Linux,' said company CIO Ken Harris..."