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IT Management Linux News for Mar 19, 2001

  • Enterprise Linux Today: Enterprise Linux Institute To Promote Linux As An Enterprise Solution (Mar 19, 2001, 23:21)
    "The Institute is dedicated to educating business and information technology professionals about the strategies, techniques and tools required to successfully design, build, manage and maintain Linux platforms and Linux-based applications and systems."

  • LinuxPlanet: Survey: Linux makes inroads in the corporation, but roadblocks remain (Mar 19, 2001, 17:03)
    According to a survey of IT professionals commissioned by, Linux usage continues to grow in the corporate world, primarily on the server side. However, the Linux industry has significant challenges in building awareness among potential customers -- especially VA Linux, which has the same brand awareness among IT professionals as LinuxOne.

  • Enterprise Linux Today: Take a Letter, Rex! Applixware is Coming to System/390 Linux (Mar 19, 2001, 16:46)
    Not too long ago, VistaSource, makers of the venerable Applixware office suite, announced they'd be changing their emphasis to the enterprise, provoking a spate of rumors about their impending withdrawal from the Linux desktop market. Then they got acquired, provoking another round of rumors about their fate. Scott Courtney reports on what the company's up to, including one surprising development: Applixware for the System/390.

  • Community: Linux on CeBIT 2001 in Hannover, Germany. (Mar 19, 2001, 14:36)
    Reader Fred Mobach writes in with a link to a list of companies with Linux offerings making an appearance at CeBIT 2001,to be held this week and next in Hannover, Germany.

  • NewsForge: Linuxgruven leaves students and employees in limbo (Mar 19, 2001, 13:06)
    "With all the recent stories about dot com companies closing down, it would be easy simply to toss the news about technical support company Linuxgruven's layoffs and financial woes in the "been there, seen that" file. But this case seems to be different."