The Register: Linux beats NT, but Unix is top for enterprise claims reportOct 19, 1999, 15:09 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Lettice)
"British outfit Bloor Research has -- "by coincidence," it says -- intervened in the Linux versus NT wrangle with some tests of its own. The results of these, Bloor says, show that Linux is superior to NT in six of nine categories devised to test the two "from the standpoint of how they operated in practice to support real applications."
"Bloor's coincidence is a happy one, as the Linux world is currently aflame over the strange tale of the Gartner-MS report."
"But although Linux seems to do well, Bloor concludes that neither Linux nor NT is "suitable for use as an enterprise level server." This isn't particularly welcome news for Microsoft, which is keen to get NT accepted at enterprise level, but will be of little consequence in the Linux world, where penetration at the highest levels of the enterprise isn't yet an issue."