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IT Management Linux News for Apr 09, 2001

  • Wall Street Journal: Linux gains corporate respectability (Apr 09, 2001, 20:45)
    "Has the Linux operating system, born in the computing underground, finally traded in its Birkenstocks for a pair of wing tips?" (We've updated the article with a direct link to the Wall Street Journal. --Ed.)

  • Times of India: IBM to invest $200 million for Linux in Asia Pacific (Apr 09, 2001, 20:31)
    "Global IT major IBM on Monday said it would invest $200 mn (Rs 920 crore) in Asia Pacific region, including India, for making open standard Linux a key part of its e-business infrastructure strategy."

  • TechRepublic: Preparing for Linux in your enterprise (Apr 09, 2001, 17:30)
    "Linux has many advantages. It's generally very stable. It natively talks in TCP/IP. It does routing. It can perform as a server for just about any type of service you may want. It's fast and efficient. Overhead is minimal. Above all, it's very reasonable since there are no client licenses to purchase. And open source means you have the power of flexibility and customization."