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IT Management Linux News for Sep 15, 1999

  • Internet World: Open for Business (Sep 15, 1999, 20:54)
    "Apache co-founder Brian Behlendorf creates a venture to match open-source developers with software projects they can work on for hire."

  • VNU Net: Operating systems - Is Linux the business? (Sep 15, 1999, 19:07)
    "Linux... how does it square up as a serious business OS? ... Perhaps the most important point to grasp is that it is an OS that works well alongside existing commercial solutions. ... It may not be right for everybody, but few companies can afford to ignore it."

  • VNU Net: Linux Demo Day goes global (Sep 15, 1999, 18:10)
    "Richard Ibbotson, event organiser, said: "We want to demonstrate the superb office applications that are available to use with Linux."

  • PRNewswire: Windows2000 -- a Money Losing Proposition for Business...According to Serenity Systems (Sep 15, 1999, 14:50)
    "St. John reiterated Serenity Systems' advice that businesses develop an IT strategy. "They may need a Plan B, focused on options, alternatives, and costs. This isn't difficult. Our company specializes in Plan Bs which include support for Windows, interest in Linux and Java is growing, OS/2 is selling well, and DOS can still do the job in a number of environments."