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IT Management Linux News for Nov 21, 2002

  • ChannelWeb: Will Channel Make Or Break UnitedLinux--and Red Hat? (2002-11-21 22:00:33)
    "But UnitedLinux has an advantage today: It debuts at a time when the channel is increasingly viewed as a more viable model for driving Linux business..."

  • LinuxPlanet: UnitedLinux Momentum Mounts--Who's Coming Along? (2002-11-21 17:30:41)
    Comdex: "Red Hat ISV (independent software developer) partners Oracle, Novell, and BEA Systems have already received the 'gold' code for UnitedLinux 1.0, along with a number of other ISV players, said Paula Hunter, general manager for UnitedLinux..."

  • developerWorks: Inside UnitedLinux (2002-11-21 13:00:30)
    A sponsor's take on UnitedLinux: "Designed primarily as a server operating system, it would have great reliability and stability; and, being built from a base of well-established standards, it would help ensure a high degree of hardware and software compatibility that software developers, integrators, hardware vendors, and customers would be sure to appreciate. Has it kept its promises? With this month's launch of the new OS, we now have the chance to take a closer look.."

  • CrossNodes: Untangling the Lotus Feature Set (2002-11-21 11:30:58)
    "As many analysts see it, Lotus's ability to support platforms such as Linux, AIX, Solaris, OS/390 and OS/400 stands Lotus in good stead versus Microsoft Exchange..."

  • LinuxLookup: SOHO: Freedom in a Tux (2002-11-21 10:00:24)
    "Large corporations and foreign countries seem to be garnering most of the attention in articles regarding the value of moving from proprietary software to open source programs. One sector that has not received a great deal of attention is the SOHO, or small office/home office..."