"This former preserve of 'wireheads' is being invaded by the
technology giants. Eager to get on the Linux bandwagon, IBM
released its Lotus Notes for Linux; SAP established that its SAP R3
runs best on it; and Oracle announced that Linux is its favoured
"With Linux readying to dominate the technology scene, where are
Indian software companies positioned? India has not even seen the
tip of the software exports iceberg, says Mr Atul Chitnis, writer,
Linux enthusiast and Director, Exocore Consulting."
"'An application being written for Windows is for a dying
market,' he adds. According to him, even if India's software
developers are not catering to the market of the future, their
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