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IT Management Linux News for Oct 22, 2002

  • ITWeb: CA Throws Its Weight Behind 'Undermanaged' Linux (Oct 22, 2002, 23:30)
    "According to Paul Le Roux, a database specialist at CA, Linux's popularity is not supported by an adequate range of management tools. 'In particular, Linux servers do not integrate well in an enterprise environment with equipment running on other platforms,' he says. 'At CA, we have set out to redress this situation...'"

  • Computerworld: Wall St. Leans Toward Linux (Oct 22, 2002, 19:00)
    "With a handful of key Wall Street brokerage firms acting as icebreakers, Linux is quickly gaining ground on Unix and Windows as a mission-critical operating system within the securities industry. The attractions: its flexibility across systems and the savings it yields through the use of commodity hardware..."

  • CNET News: Commentary: Linux's Foot in the Door (Oct 22, 2002, 13:00)
    From analysts Forrester Research: "Long thought of as a fledgling operating system, Linux is now ready for prime time. CIOs have many new reasons to be confident that they'll get quality Linux support from their largest application vendors and systems integrators..."

  • Baseline: Hunting for a Return on Linux (Oct 22, 2002, 10:00)
    "Can companies save big bucks with Linux? It's a definite maybe..."