CNET: Compaq: Big business still leery of Linux
Aug 28, 2001, 22:20 (31 Talkback[s])
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"Linux has technical strength and industry momentum,
but several obstacles remain before the Unix clone will penetrate
the deepest parts of corporate computing, Compaq Computer Chief
Technology Officer Shane Robison said Tuesday.
"The No. 1 reason corporations are hesitant to deploy Linux in
the enterprise surrounds the very nature of the open-source model,"
Robison said at the opening keynote address at the LinuxWorld
Conference and Expo.
Specifically, corporations worry about the large number of
companies and individuals responsible for various Linux components,
he said. "Linux lacks a one-stop point of contact."
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- Wired: Linux, a Decade of Open Source(Aug 27, 2001)
- Helsingin Sanomat: Finnish software innovator Torvalds more interested in philosophy than business(Aug 24, 2001)
- IBM: Wladawsky-Berger on Linux and open standards(Aug 20, 2001)
- NetworkWorldFusion: Unix vendors go on offensive(Aug 17, 2001)
- O'Reilly Network: Using Linux to Tame the Big Hairy Beast(Jul 28, 2001)
- ZDNet: Caldera chief says Linux needs profit to thrive(Jul 04, 2001)
- Globe and Mail: Look beyond your own battlefield(Jun 30, 2001)
- ConsultingTimes.com: Caldera Withdrawal From Compaq Deal: Good News for Linux?(Jun 02, 2001)