"Growing numbers of IT professionals have been looking towards
Linux for a number of reasons: price, stability, and plenty of
inexpensive or free software to name a few. Whether businesses will
find strong enough reasons to choose Linux over its formidable
rival, Microsoft Windows NT, is another question."
"The corporate IT community has begun to embrace Linux as a web
server, file server, and primary platform for a number departmental
applications. IT professionals have taken a keen interest in the
usability of Linux as a viable alternative to Windows NT for
corporate network services. Some view the less crash-prone Linux OS
as more reliable than NT for mission-critical applications."
"The growing curiosity about Linux and dissatisfaction with
Microsoft is likely to extend further into the corporate market,
and even into home-PC markets."
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