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IT Management Linux News for Nov 07, 2001

  • CNET Got Linux? Many companies say no (Nov 07, 2001, 16:41)
    "Respondents to the Goldman survey indicated that mainframes, Linux servers and supply-chain management ranked as the three lowest spending priorities, in that order. Conversely, the top items in order of importance were Windows 2000 or XP Professional desktop operating systems, security software and Unix servers."

  • CNET Transmeta: Are the chips down? (Nov 07, 2001, 08:53)
    "Since it launched a successful public offering one year ago, the company has switched CEOs twice, the stock price has plunged amid the broader economic slump, and its chips are still scarce in the United States. In addition, the company has been hit with manufacturing missteps that have prevented it from stealing customers from Intel and carving out a successful niche in the $22 billion microprocessor market."