Migrating a Small Business To Linux
Sep 07, 2010, 14:35 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matt Hartley)
[ Thanks to James
Maguire for this link. ]
"In a tight economy, it's more important than ever to
make sure every dollar spent is providing maximum return. And for a
growing number of small businesses, this means reexamining plans
for upgrading existing servers and workstations.
"For many small businesses, this translates into more of the
same. Renewing expensive licenses, buying newer computer towers and
of course, in some instances, installing updates to legacy Windows
"Cost in a value-based economy
"What is the value proposition in getting a small business to
make the switch to Linux?
"Not able to offer a clear answer?
"Then consider this as one possibility – control."
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