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IT Management Linux News for Jan 30, 2003

  • LinuxPlanet: Modeling Linux in the Enterprise (2003-01-30 23:00:24)
    "Think Linux and open source software isn't ready for the enterprise? Linux International and Wild Open Source have collaborated to actually demonstrate live just how viable Linux is as a business solution..."

  • Two on Desktop Linux Summit (2003-01-30 20:00:41)
    Fallout from the Desktop Linux Summit continues, with another company pulling from the event today and an distribution of an open letter from The Linux Show asking Lindows to change the name of the event. Press release, open letter within.

  • The Register: Red Hat Preps Wider Range of 'Advanced' Server, Client OSes (2003-01-30 17:00:01)
    "Red Hat's new support policy for operating systems represents a long-delayed tidying up, and is only--as some of you have suggested--part of the whole picture, says company VP, product strategy, Erik Troan..."

  • Computerworld: Retailers Explore Java POS Systems (2003-01-30 08:30:22)
    "Growing numbers of retailers are scoping out Java-based point-of-sale (POS) systems as one option to replace their aging cash registers..."

  • Asia Computer Weekly: HP Opens Linux Centre in Shanghai (2003-01-30 07:00:43)
    "Hewlett-Packard ships the most Linux-installed Intel-based servers in the Asia-Pacific today, but IBM leads the market in terms of being perceived as a leading Linux vendor, according to two analyst firms in the region..."