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IT Management Linux News for Jan 27, 2003

  • Baseline: Will Linux, Intel Put out Sun's Lights? (2003-01-27 20:00:54)
    "As big customers see big gains from dropping Sun servers and Solaris for Linux on Intel, Sun is finally shifting its strategy to software. Is it too late...?"

  • LinuxPlanet: LinuxWorld Expo New Haven for Corporate Users, Vendors (2003-01-27 13:00:15)
    LinuxWorld Expo: "The end of the Linux as a geek-oriented operating system has officially arrived. This change has been coming for quite a while and it was confirmed last week during the LinuxWorld Expo in Manhattan. Is it a joyous occasion or a requiem for the beanbag chairs?" Brian Proffitt reports.

  • internetnews.com: LinuxWorld: It's All About Customers (2003-01-27 11:30:08)
    LinuxWorld Expo: "These days, as Linux continues to gain traction in the enterprise, the show is more about how vendors can help customers leverage the platform to streamline infrastructure requirements and lower total cost of ownership..."

  • Linux and Main: Notes from LinuxWorld Conference and Expo (2003-01-27 10:00:57)
    LinuxWorld Expo: "The 'wow factor' was definitely absent from the 2003 LWCE, but is it present anywhere else in the industry?"

  • CNET News: UnitedLinux Builds Developers' Toolkit (2003-01-27 08:30:29)
    LinuxWorld Expo: "UnitedLinux has launched programs to spur developer support amid signs that the open-source operating system is gaining backing from computing industry partners..."

  • Australian IT: Linus on Linux (2003-01-27 07:00:00)
    Linux.conf.au: Linus Torvalds on missing LinuxWorld, release 2.6, and meeting and greeting in Oz.