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IT Management Linux News for Apr 05, 1999

  • Business Wire: Is Linux Ready For Primetime? (Apr 05, 1999, 20:09)
    Linus Torvalds and a blue-ribbon panel will discuss the use of Linux in the enterprise at AIIM '99 in Atlanta April 14.

  • Korea Times: Korean Tech Businesses Line Up Behind Linux (Apr 05, 1999, 16:38)
    "According to industry officials, domestic Linux business will be enlarged sharply owing to internal firms' great interests in this market which has been directed by foreign businesses."

  • LA Times: Computer Viruses Can Be Healthy for Innovation (Apr 05, 1999, 10:57)
    "The Melissa virus has struck, trailing in her wake an increasingly familiar chorus of admonitions about the dark underside of our technological revolution--warnings that the sophistication of computers today and the scale of the Internet make us uniquely vulnerable to these mysterious threats. Yet one could also argue that computer viruses are pretty much as old as the computing networks that make them communicable--and that they can teach us valuable lessons as well as threaten us with calamity. For proof, one need only go to the birthplace of the field: Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center. The legendary Xerox PARC gave us not only the first personal computer, the first graphical user interface and the first laser printer, but arguably the first virus."