"That's not the point. The point is that if Microsoft
succeeds in stepping beyond its closed ecosystem and opening up its
technology to alternative platforms like Linux, Firefox, etc., it
will eventually disrupt Red Hat's Unix and Weblogic replacement
businesses. Today, Red Hat can clean up the wreckage of these
overpriced and over-engineered markets. Tomorrow? Well, tomorrow
becomes much more difficult if Microsoft outmaneuvers Red Hat by
broadening its appeal beyond Windows."
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