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IT Management Linux News for Jul 17, 2003

  • VNUnet: Open Source is the Route to Collaboration (2003-07-17 22:00:12)
    "Linux is increasingly hard to ignore, but it's only one part of the open source software (OSS) debate..."

  • LinuxPlanet: So Many Customers, So Little Time... (2003-07-17 20:30:52)
    "There's a big, wide world of potential Linux customers out there, all ready to make the shift to open source. And there's an ever-growing population of skilled Linux vendors ready to deliver the goods. But how are the different vendors picking their targets. Jacqueline Emigh talked with three of the biggest Linux vendors to find out who's on their most wanted customer lists..."

  • SD Times: Linux to Overtake Unix, Leapfrog Windows, Analyst Says (2003-07-17 17:30:49)
    "Linux will soon overtake Unix as the operating system of choice for several major enterprise segments, including high-performance computing, carrier-grade and mission-critical systems, and database hosting..."

  • Computerworld: Survey: Smaller Companies Eye Open-Source as Microsoft Alternative (2003-07-17 14:30:25)
    "Some price-sensitive small and midsize businesses are turning to Linux and other open-source products as a lower-cost alternative to Microsoft Corp.'s ubiquitous business software, Jupiter Research found in a recent study..."

  • iTweb: Defending Linux (2003-07-17 10:00:53)
    "The Linux movement is growing rapidly, despite the litigation taking place at the moment, and has the potential to solve many of the issues that surround on-demand computing..."

  • Directions: Open Source Software in the Geographic and Location Industries: A Case Study (2003-07-17 08:30:29)
    "Open source software promises an attractive range of benefits: it is free, vendor independent, and open to continual evolution and improvement by a global development community..."