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IT Management Linux News for Sep 30, 2003

  • New Zealand Herald: BGH Opts for Linux and Thin Clients (2003-09-30 22:00:54)
    "Mt Maunganui-based BGH Group has avoided paying for operating system and office productivity software in its move from 'dumb terminals' to a 'thin client' PC network..."

  • The Register: BSA Imagines Open Source Policy, Attacks mass.gov (2003-09-30 20:00:05)
    "...[W]hen the BSA mounts an attack on a software purchasing policy that doesn't quite exist yet, and quite possibly won't exist, one begins to wonder who's driving the 'voice of the world's commercial software industry...'"

  • LinuxPlanet: Massachusetts' Bold Steps To Open Source (2003-09-30 17:00:41)
    "Late last week, it was announced that the Massachusetts Department of Administration and Finance has taken the bold step of pursuing Open Standards and Open Source Software for that Commonwealth, whenever and wherever possible. Such a step is certainly within the purview of the government agency, but how did such a bold move come to pass...?"

  • NewsForge: What Sun Needs To Do Now to Survive (2003-09-30 15:00:44)
    "Yesterday's news about Sun Microsystems' huge net loss of $1.04 billion in its fiscal Q4--and more of the same expected for this current quarter--puts squarely on the table some serious business issues that the company needs to address now if it intends to survive..."