LinuxPlanet: Other Markets Might 'Terrify' Microsoft, But Not The Legal Space
Feb 01, 2007, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Although Linux might be making big inroads in some vertical
markets, Microsoft Windows keeps enjoying virtually complete
domination of the legal software space, with the small exception of
some embedded appliances, concurred participants in this week's
LegalTech show in New York City.
"'Microsoft is actually terrified of Linux in most vertical
markets. But the legal market isn't one of them,' said Whit
McIsaac, moderator of a conference session called 'Implementing
Strategic Plans--Successfully Deploying Change in the Law
"As one example of a vertical market where Linux is particularly
popular, McIsaac pointed to education..."