PRNewswire: ...TheLinuxStore.com, to Resell [Acrylis] WhatifLinux.com Software Management ServiceApr 18, 2000, 18:19 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Acrylis Inc., innovators in the open-source, software management industry and TheLinuxStore.com, (a division of EBIZ Enterprises Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: EBIZ) a leading "vendor-neutral" source for Linux products, technical support and community services for the B2B market, today announced an alliance where the TheLinuxStore.com will resell Acrylis' new WhatifLinux.com service. This partnership enhances TheLinuxStore.com's range of Linux offerings, and makes it even easier for Linux user to subscribe to Acrylis' new service. Acrylis' recently announced Web-based WhatifLinux.com service helps Linux Administrators monitor and manage open-source software assets helping them to increase service levels and system uptime."
""WhatifLinux.com is a natural extension to our Linux offerings," said Bill Blair, VP Marketing and Vendor Services for TheLinuxStore.com. "What makes the service unique and a real value-add for our customers is it's ease-of-use and the built-in 'Risk Analysis' feature. WhatifLinux.com certainly compliments our products and services and helps to further distinguish TheLinuxStore.com as the one-stop-shop for everything Linux.""
"TheLinuxStore.com is the leading source in the Linux market and the one stop destination for everything Linux. TheLinuxStore.com will make WhatifLinux.com available to all of its large installed customer base, and for a limited time, is offering their customers a special introductory offer of $795 for a one-year subscription. By providing administrators with centralized management and critical risk analysis of their networked systems, WhatifLinux.com goes far beyond 'static' log monitors, network process monitors and software update services. Adding Acrylis' new WhatifLinux service to their offerings allows TheLinuxStore.com to provide a complete line of Linux-based product solutions and services."
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