IT Management Linux News for Mar 19, 2004
Motley Fool: SCO's Unintended Consequences (Mar 19, 2004, 22:45)
"So, it should come as no surprise that SCO Group's lawsuit
against the Linux industry has produced what could either be a
profitable new market niche or a spectacular new scam: open source
internetnews.com: Sun Sees StarOffice on More Euro Desktops (Mar 19, 2004, 21:15)
"Sun Microsystems is looking for room to grow on European
desktops, thanks to a deal with German OEM player Markement, which
it said has sold more than one million copies of Sun's StarOffice
productivity suite in the past year..."
CNET Asia: Red Hat Expands Distributor Network in Asia (Mar 19, 2004, 19:00)
"Linux seller Red Hat has unveiled new channel alliances in two
open-source hotbeds in Asia-Pacific..."
eWeek: SCO Just Start of Open-Source Lawsuit Wave, Attorneys Say (Mar 19, 2004, 16:45)
"'There will be a wave of a number of lawsuits on open source
simply because it's become so ubiquitous,' said panelist Mark
Radcliffe, a partner at law firm Gray Cary..."
eWeek: Wyse Adds Linux-Based Appliances to Software's Scope (Mar 19, 2004, 16:00)
"Thin client vendor Wyse Technology Inc. is expanding the
capabilities of its Rapport management software to include
Linux-based appliances from rival Neoware Systems Inc..."
IT Manager's Journal: SCOX: High Valuations are a PIPE Dream (Mar 19, 2004, 15:15)
"Amazingly, there are a few analysts who are now urging 'buy'
for the SCO Group (SCOX). Our IT stock analyst, Melanie Hollands,
has a different take on what's really going on with this
Mad Penguin: Mad Penguin Interviews Joseph Eckert of SUSE LINUX (Mar 19, 2004, 14:30)
"We had the opportunity to sit down with Joseph Eckert, SUSE
LINUX Vice President of Corporate Communications, and pick his
brain for a few moments regarding the current state of their
corporation as well as the future..."
eMedia: Special Report: Is open source worth it? (Mar 19, 2004, 11:30)
"Open source is a reality--we know that much, but legal and
policy issues and the viability of the open source business
framework are some major areas that yield more questions than
LinuxWorld: Guide to Linux on the Business Desktop Part 1 (Mar 19, 2004, 01:00)
"I originally planned a series of articles dedicated to building
the ultimate Linux desktop for business users..."