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IT Management Linux News for Dec 12, 2000

  • IBM to spend $1bn on Linux (Dec 12, 2000, 23:05)
    "Mr. Gerstner said IBM was stepping up its Linux support as part of the company's focus on open systems not tied to proprietary technologies. He criticised Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and EMC, the storage systems company, as being the last computer companies with proprietary technologies."

  • LinuxPR: Linux NetworX Names Robert Dunoskovic Vice President of Manufacturing (Dec 12, 2000, 22:13)
    "Mr. Dunoskovic will be responsible for the quality and efficiency of all processes during the production and integration of Linux NetworX Evolocity cluster systems."

  • ZDNet UK: Web economy assists Unix (Dec 12, 2000, 20:29)
    "There is a strong trend here towards Linux systems among the catch-all measurement of Unix, of course, but the important trend is away from Microsoft's offerings."

  • CNET SEC may be focusing on VA Linux in IPO probe (Dec 12, 2000, 13:32)
    "The SEC and the U.S. attorney's office in Manhattan have begun a joint investigation into whether some investors paid unusually large commissions for coveted initial public stock offerings, and whether the payments constitute illegal kickbacks."