Computerworld.NZ: Linux Just a Blip: Integrators
Jun 10, 2002, 14:30 (27 Talkback[s])
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"Disgruntled Microsoft customers might be talking about Linux
— but that's pretty much all they're doing, say some of the
country's largest systems integrators.
"Linux is still a minor blip on the radar for most corporate
accounts. Although some suggest disenchantment with Microsoft
licensing is creating a groundswell of interest, Linux customers
are rare among large integrators.
"Axon managing director Matt Kenealy says some customers are
looking at Linux as an alternative to Microsoft but it's more talk
than real movement..."