Replacing Linux with Windows Saves 1 Million Pounds
Dec 04, 2008, 13:03 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Withers)
"And while we're looking for feedback, what do you experts have
to say about Fleming's claim that "We also felt vulnerable to
security breaches because of the less stringent authentication
protocols compared with Microsoft Windows"?
"As for "We also don't miss the complaints about sluggish
performance, applications seizing up, and disappearing icons that
we used to get with open source", that sounds just like my Windows
"Another part of the money-saving equation seems to be that
increasing the number of Windows based systems reduced the total
licence fee by 20 percent.
"That sounds odd to me. You'd have thought that adding at least
500 licences would increase, not decrease the cost."
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