IT Management Linux News for Aug 02, 2000
ShowMeLinux.com: Investors are Woozy from Linux Stock (Aug 02, 2000, 22:29)
"Why the volatility with Linux stocks?"
PRNewswire: IBM & Computer Associates Collaborate to Bring CA's Linux Suite for eBusiness Onto S/390 (Aug 02, 2000, 20:15)
"CA to Provide Only Comprehensive, Native Management Solution -
Enabling Linux Users to Harness the Power of the Enterprise Server
VNU Net: Ericsson, Red Hat promise mobile Linux (Aug 02, 2000, 18:33)
"We looked at Windows CE but chose Linux because it is very
competitive and cheap software for consumers, and they can upgrade
when they wish," said Ahrenbring."
Smart Partner: Caldera Buys SCO Unix & Professional Services (Aug 02, 2000, 14:41)
"While... SCO is the leading Unix distributor holding 37 percent
of the Unix market with 313,000 software license shipments in 1999,
compared to Sun's 22 percent of the market, SCO and the Server
division were still losing money hand over fist."
Inter@ctive Investor: Caldera and SCO seal deal (Aug 02, 2000, 14:24)
"The two companies will host Forum2000 later this month in Santa
Cruz, Calif., where Caldera plans to unveil their updated product
Upside: Open source gold diggers look to databases (Aug 02, 2000, 12:49)
"Open source projects have evolved to the point where they can
stand up against proprietary players such as Microsoft (MSFT) and
Oracle (ORCL). All that's missing is the company that could provide
an integrated offering."
Naked Linux: An introduction to Linux for today's business executive (Aug 02, 2000, 11:03)
"In its short history, the internet has spawned millions of
buzzwords (so much so that the inhabitants of the internet are
frequently mistaken for visitors from foreign lands). Amongst the
dotcoms, webcams, mp3s and jpegs one word stands alone, singularly
meaningless to the majority of people. That word is 'Linux'."