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IT Management Linux News for Jul 10, 2003

  • LinuxPlanet: Previewing Summer LinuxWorld (2003-07-10 20:00:35)
    "With only a month to go, preparations for LinuxWorld Expo in San Francisco are still on-going, as Expo organizers are still processing vendors and seminars from start-up and major Linux-using customers. Dee-Ann LeBlanc interuppted their work for a few moments to get a preview of what this summer's show will be like..."

  • internetnews.com: Open Source Takes on Exchange (2003-07-10 18:00:33)
    "OpenOffice.org gained a sister organization and Microsoft gained another open source competitor Thursday with the coming out party for OpenGroupware.org, an open source project developing groupware server software which competes with Microsoft's Exchange Server..."

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: Vendor Lock-In, Part 1 (2003-07-10 10:00:25)
    "In part one of a three-part series, SearchEnterpriseLinux.com experts explain what vendor lock-in is, describe how vendors lock in customers and discuss whether every proprietary product leads to lock-in..."

  • Forbes: Tech Spending's Probable Benefactors (2003-07-10 00:00:25)
    "Goldman Sachs' technology spending survey, released today, says that IT spending will accelerate in the second half of 2003 and that IT budgets will finally expand in 2004, by 3.5%..." And some Linux vendors will get a piece of this expanding pie.