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IT Management Linux News for Dec 20, 2002

  • Philippine Star: Opening Doors for Open Source (2002-12-20 22:00:08)
    "If there were any beneficiaries from the global economic drought, open source applications would be one of them. In fact, its advocates say tight corporate budgets helped make their pitch for open source software easier and more attractive..."

  • AP/The Olympian: As Linux Advances, Microsoft Alters Message to Customers (2002-12-20 14:30:00)
    A recap of the latest episodes in the Microsoft war on Linux: "As businesses increasingly adopt Linux as the operating system on their computer servers, Microsoft is shifting the battleground from schoolyard insults or techy speak to corporate notions of 'business value...'"

  • NewsFactor: Lindows Makes Offline Retail Debut (2002-12-20 08:30:00)
    "IDC analyst Al Gillen told NewsFactor that he expects Linux' share of the desktop OS market, currently 2 percent, will not grow beyond 5 percent through 2006..."

  • Enterprise Linux Today: OpenEAI Project Launches (2002-12-20 05:30:42)
    "The OpenEAI Software Foundation and the University of Illinois today announced the formation of the OpenEAI Project, an open source Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) initiative that will collaboratively develop and perfect standards-based integration technologies..."