Moving to Linux: slow-go or rip-and-replace?Mar 19, 2009, 00:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"You're not alone in considering a move to GNU-Linux If you are thinking of ways to save money by moving to GNU-Linux and FOSS, you are not alone. On March 16, 2009, a prominent IT research company by the name of IDC released a study showing that 2009 will likely see a 10 percent jump in the use of GNU-Linux in both servers (the machines that run business infrastructure) as well as desktop computers, which are typically used by office workers. The study found that the use of GNU-Linux was also going to grow in mobile devices and ultra-light weight notebook computers called "netbooks." In fact, number 2 computer maker Dell has said that one-third of all its netbooks are already sold with the Ubuntu GNU-Linux operating system pre-installed.
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