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IT Management Linux News for May 06, 2004

  • LinuxInsider: IT Insiders Consider the Cost of Linux (May 06, 2004, 20:30)
    "Here in the United States, IT experts agree with that premise floated overseas but still think that Linux is a potentially promising alternative to Microsoft Windows..."

  • LinuxPlanet: Is Linux Desktop at the Crossroads? (May 06, 2004, 19:00)
    "But with Microsoft's next generation version of Windows, code-named Longhorn, scheduled for release as much as 12-24 months away, does Linux have a window of opportunity to capture market share...?"

  • The Register: Resellers Question Linux on the Desktop (May 06, 2004, 16:00)
    "Resellers are enthusiastic about recent moves by Novell and Red Hat to move Linux onto the desktop but warn that fear of the unknown and missing applications are holding progress back..."

  • CNET News: Computer Associates Pins Hopes on Open Source (May 06, 2004, 14:30)
    "Computer Associates International is looking to the open-source community for help in building its next wave of management software..."

  • ComputerWeekly: Sun Takes StarOffice to Hungary (May 06, 2004, 11:30)
    "'Sun is positioning itself to make a StarOffice play in new Europe,' said James Governor, an analyst with RedMonk. 'It's looking for a disruptive market force...'"

  • eWeek: On a Wing and a Wiki (May 06, 2004, 04:00)
    "When burglars brought down the Internet link to Ziff-Davis' Manhattan offices, open-source software--and Sean Gallagher's personal Web server--kept eWEEK.com's stories flowing..."

  • Web Hosting Industry Review: Subpoenas Rekindle EV1 Debate (May 06, 2004, 02:30)
    "Though more than a month has passed since it happened, EV1Servers' controversial decision to purchase SCO intellectual property licenses persists as the hot topic for debate in the company's own forums..."