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IT Management Linux News for Nov 22, 2000

  • TechRepublic/Gartner: IBM aims at Microsoft by offering small-business VARs a Linux suite (Nov 22, 2000, 22:26)
    "Gartner believes IBM will need until about the fourth quarter of 2001 to recruit, train, and support a minimum of several hundred VARs on Linux. IBM's success will depend on generating marketing programs to attract independent software vendors (ISVs) to port applications to Linux."

  • Wired: Linux Retailing Takes Gnu Twist (Nov 22, 2000, 13:28)
    "Spindletop, which has been selling hardware for less than a year, has two goals: take away revenue from vendors that do not support Linux as well as they do Windows, and offer open-source friendly companies a collective body of customers."

  • Sun warms up to Linux (Nov 22, 2000, 07:54)
    "The impression that Sun isn't doing much with Linux comes from the fact that our energies around Linux have been more on the development side and in the back scenes. Even so, we think Linux is great."