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IT Management Linux News for Dec 19, 2001

  • CyberAtlas Report: IT Spending Hits Bottom? (Dec 19, 2001, 15:50)
    "IT/IS spending in the U.S. and Europe hit rock bottom in 2001 and is expected to rebound in 2002, according to the results of a new survey released by CyberAtlas Research."

  • StatMarket: Linux More Bark Than Bite with Web Users (Dec 19, 2001, 15:09)
    Press release: "As of December 17, 2001, Linux held a global usage share of only 0.24 percent, according to WebSideStory's StatMarket, a Web development optimization service and the leading source for data on global Internet user trends."

  • The Register: X/Open, Uniforum vets to push Open Source in the UK (Dec 19, 2001, 01:49)
    "...OpenForum Europe has been formed to push the benefits of Open Source software in the UK. But it is an organisation with something of a past; its moving spirits have been involved in X/Open, Uniforum UK and its successor Interforum, and the inaugural OpenForum Council membership list seems to have a considerable amount in common with the membership of Interforum. The extent to which these organisations succeeded is a matter of opinion."