"You know how Microsoft FUD hammers home the idea that total
cost of ownership of using GNU/Linux is higher than with Windows,
because of needing to train administrators? Well, look at this EU
FLOSSpols survey of FLOSS use by 955 European local governments,
which found that 'FLOSS users administer 35% more PCs per IT
administrator than non-users--FLOSS use appears to reduce
administrator workload per PC, and IT departments with high
workloads are more likely to want a future increase in FLOSS use.'
The survey was done in March of 2005.
"So even if everything Microsoft and buddies said were true, it
appears that it would be a one-time expense that, once resolved,
leads to perpetual savings thereafter, because you'll need fewer
administrators, as they have less to do and so can administer more
PCs. And there are administrators already trained and