NetworkWorldFusion: Moving Linux to the Desktop
Mar 09, 2004, 16:45 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Increasingly, businesses, government entities and schools are
starting to look beyond Windows, which IDC says securely dominates
the desktop market with a 94% market share. Instead they're
considering running Linux as their client operating environment.
But the move is a slow one.
"While organizations see big cost savings in casting off
proprietary licensing fees, many challenges remain, including the
lack of application support and a reluctance within companies to
move from an established operating system to one that is