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IT Management Linux News for Apr 24, 2003

  • LinuxPlanet: $1 Billion Well Spent? (2003-04-24 20:00:43)
    "After you've taken the largest computer company in the world and nimbly embraced one of the most important new phenomena in the industry, spending a tidy $1 billion in the process, what do you do for Act 2? That's the question facing Jim Stallings as he takes over the reins of IBM's Linux initiative..."

  • Globe and Mail: Four on Linux, Business, Training (2003-04-24 17:00:04)
    One of Canada's leading newspapers has four articles about Linux in the business world. On the day some other server product's launch is getting hyped, it makes for interesting timing and some interesting reads. Excerpts, links within.

  • Computerworld Australia: Telstra Solves Identity Crisis with Penguin Power (2003-04-24 16:00:00)
    "Australia's largest telco Telstra has lifted the cone of silence on the deployment of Linux over its desktop population in a trailblazing speech by its national manager for security architecture Michael Warner..." [Site experiencing problems. -ed.]

  • ComputerWeekly: Finding Out the Hidden Costs of Open Source (2003-04-24 01:00:02)
    "Issues of system architecture rarely register on the board's radar, but awareness of open source software is certainly increasing. The media profile of Linux is higher than ever and, amid the economic downturn, it is inevitable that 'free software' will capture the attention of hard-pressed chief executives..."