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IT Management Linux News for Sep 26, 2002

  • The Register: The Red Hat, IBM Pitch for Linux in the Enterprise (2002-09-26 23:30:10)
    "Red Hat has been involved with IBM for some considerable time, IBM has been talking the Linux talk for some considerable time, but it is the perception of The Register (which in its turn, has been hanging around IBM for a not inconsiderable time) that much smoke and little light has emanated from the Blue Behemoth..."

  • Economist.com: Linux Gets a Break (2002-09-26 22:00:58)
    "For the first time in years, Microsoft's unassailable lead in computer operating systems is being challenged by manufacturers offering Linux software. Even a puny challenge is better than none..."

  • NewsFactor: The State of Linux in 2002 (2002-09-26 17:30:54)
    "Tech giants are pouring money into Linux development because when users buy Linux, they also buy hardware, software and services that the companies can sell at a profit..."

  • Vnunet: Revenue Considers Ditching Microsoft (2002-09-26 15:30:14)
    "The Inland Revenue is considering replacing its Microsoft PC software with an open source alternative..."

  • The Toronto Star: Corel Remake Still 'Early Stage' (2002-09-26 14:30:27)
    So whatever happened to... Corel Corporation? A look inside the Canadian software firm. [Link repaired.-ed.]

  • ZDNet Australia: Open Source for Government: More than Just Free Beer (2002-09-26 07:00:54)
    "In response to a recent article questioning the motives of governments that use open source technology, Australian commentator Con Zymaris hits back at Andrew Parsons' anti-open source stance..."