"Linux is ready, or at least poised, to take on Windows NT for
market dominance of server operating systems. It is the competitive
choice for the user wanting a cheap, versatile, scalable, and
reliable server solution. With the waning of Novell NetWare as the
major microcomputer-based network server operating system,
Microsoft Windows NT is now dominating the small-to-medium
enterprise market. This article examines how Linux is ready to
meet or exceed all user requirements that NT provides and why Linux
should be the preferred alternative to NT. Included are the steps,
requirements, options, and costs involved."
"Linux will soon surpass NT in most if not all network service
applications. It is an open source, multi-vendor, and
multi-platform server operating system solution. It is stable,
versatile, and powerful, and it can be free. Anything Windows NT
can do, it can do as well and often better; and the Justice
Department is not trying to break up any Linux shops."
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