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IT Management Linux News for Mar 12, 2004

  • VNUnet: Don't Fear SCO Lawsuits, UK Firms Advised (2004-03-12 19:00:34)
    "'We're advising our clients to sit tight; we think IBM will sort the problem out,' said Phil Carnelly, software research director at Ovum..."

  • Reuters UK: Brazil to Train 1,000 Workers to Use Free Software (2004-03-12 18:00:38)
    "Brazil's government says it will train a thousand state workers to use freely available software as part of an effort to save more than 18 million pounds in information technology costs..." [Story repaired -ed.]

  • ZDNet UK: 'Default' Open-Source Licensing Plans Under Fire (2004-03-12 16:00:27)
    "Software developed by public bodies should be released under open-source licences, says the government, in a document that has spooked proprietary software vendors..."

  • VNUnet: Vignette Adds Linux Support (2004-03-12 11:30:16)
    "Vignette has ported its content management, integration and portal management suite to run natively on Linux, claiming that it will cut costs for customers' web applications..."

  • LinuxDevices: Open Source for Capitalists (2004-03-12 02:30:05)
    "Yet despite all the attention paid to open source; all the momentum behind it; and all the progress it has made, the open source community has overlooked one critical ingredient to its ultimate, overwhelming success..."

  • Triangle Business Journal: Red Hat Teams with IBM, HP for Linux World Tour (2004-03-12 01:00:20)
    "Raleigh-based Linux provider Red Hat announced on Wednesday that its executives will bring the company's open-source message to four continents via a seven-city world tour sponsored by IBM and Hewlett-Packard..."