IT Management Linux News for Apr 22, 2004
SearchEnterpriseLinux: A Short List of Top Linux Distros, By Category (Apr 22, 2004, 22:00)
"To give IT pros a shortcut to choosing distros, we asked
Ladislav Bodnar... for his short-list of the leading Linux
distributions in personal, small business, enterprise and
LinuxPlanet: Enterprise Assessment Kit Fails to (L)inspire (Apr 22, 2004, 21:00)
"The Desktop Linux Enterprise Assessment Kit provides a certain
level of convenience, enabling busy IT people to run a simple
evaluation... Yet it seems any clever IT staffer could find a way
to do this without spending $150..."
SCO and Linux Adoption: Helping or Hindering? (Apr 22, 2004, 20:00)
LinuxUser & Developer Expo: Two articles
reflect the juxtaposing positions of industry members (at the same
event) on whether The SCO Group's legal actions have hindered the
adoption of Linux.
IT Manager's Journal: Key Factors Driving Movement of SCO Group Stock, Part 2 (Apr 22, 2004, 18:00)
"Aside from some news that has been a catalyst for moving the
SCOX stock price this year, there have been a number of other
factors that have been driving it..."
Two on Sun Java Desktop Moves (Apr 22, 2004, 17:00)
Desktop Linux Summit: Two articles from today's
San Diego event detail some positive news for the SUSE-based
desktop offering from Sun Microsystems.
Computer Business Review: SCO's Problems Could Get Worse Before They Get Better (Apr 22, 2004, 16:00)
"Unix vendor SCO Group Inc's share price has fallen over 27%
since investor BayStar Capital indicated last week that it would
like its $20m investment refunded..."
ZDNet UK: IBM's Internal Linux Deployment Moves Slowly (Apr 22, 2004, 15:00)
LinuxUser & Developer Expo: "IBM isn't
rushing all of its staff onto open-source software but is embracing
Linux in places where it provides genuine business benefits, the
company said this week..."
ZDNet: BayStar: SCO Needs New Management (Apr 22, 2004, 14:00)
"After nearly a week of silence, BayStar Capital said Wednesday
its move to retrieve a $20 million investment in SCO Group is part
of an effort to induce major changes at the Linux litigator..."