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SearchWindowsManageability: Microsoft versus Linux TCO: IT Pros Sound Off [Parts IV and V]

Aug 15, 2002, 03:00 (11 Talkback[s])

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"Microsoft will soon release a study that shows that Windows had a lower cost of ownership than Linux in file serving, remote access and firewalls. News about the study appeared in a recent SearchWindowsManageability article about Microsoft's new Linux strategy and a Q&A interview with Microsoft executive Peter Houston. Since the publication of the article, almost 100 IT professionals have written to SearchWindowsManageability to sound off about Microsoft and Linux.

"We began publishing letters to the editor in part one of this series. In this story, the fourth composed of your letters, IT pros weigh in about Microsoft's marketing tactics..."

Complete Story (Part Four)

"In part five, our readers say Microsoft's software requires more time and resources to maintain, leaving IT pros with less time to improve systems and serve their customers and organizations..."

Complete Story (Part Five)

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