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BW: e-Smith Wins Editor's Choice Award

Aug 21, 2000, 22:24 (6 Talkback[s])

"e-smith, inc., an innovative provider of easy-to-use, world class communications server solutions for small and mid-sized businesses, announced it is being honored with the editor's choice award from Australian Personal Computer Magazine. This prestigious choice comes after a review of the server and gateway for an article in the September 2000 issue focused on Linux products and services."

"We are very proud of this distinction," states Joseph Morrison, CEO of e-smith. "Here at e-smith we have worked hard to ensure that our server and gateway is easy to use and helps small to medium sized companies in their goal of sharing information internally and accessing the Internet."

"The editors of Australian Personal Computer point out that "e-smith is the best Linux server distribution" because it is "easier to install and configure than any other version of Linux, Unix, Windows, Netware or Mac OS." The September 2000 edition of the magazine went on to praise the server, e-smith is "one of a new breed of thin-server Linux distributions ... designed to perform a set of server-specific tasks without any required Linux or Unix knowledge, downtime or cost."

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