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Computerworld NZ: Microsoft Starts Asian PR Tour, "Sets Record Straight" on OSS

Mar 22, 2004, 19:00 (10 Talkback[s])
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Microsoft 'Sets Record Straight' on Open Source

"Microsoft wheeled out two top regional executives in Auckland last week to help right some 'misperceptions' about the company's attitude to open source software.

"Peter Moore, the company's Asia-Pacific and greater China public sector general manager, and Chris Sharp, platform strategy director, joined Microsoft New Zealand's chief spokesman on open source issues, Brett Roberts, at a media briefing. Auckland was the latest stop on a Pacific-wide tour by the two Singapore-based executives.

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Linux Risks Rising: Gartner

"Linux is moving away from being risk-free as it climbs the enterprise ladder, warns a Gartner report...

"The report, which came out earlier this month, warns that as Linux marches into the enterprise, organisations must understand all of the open source operating system's benefits, risks and costs..."

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