"What would you say if I told you that plans to deploy Linux in
corporations aren't accelerating, but are tapering off? That's what
one study suggests. When asked if they were planning to deploy
Linux in the current year, more than 90% of CIOs said no. That's up
from 87% of the past year, and 60% of the year before that. So is
Linux finally reaching its saturation point?
"My colleague John Soat has his own take on the issue, and
wonders aloud what the big hang-up is. But I don't think this is a
sign that Linux has been hung out to dry--if only because, for
starters, one survey does not a future for a product make..."
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