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IT Management Linux News for Apr 27, 2004

  • eWeek: Xandros Opens Beta Test for Linux Desktop Deployment Tool (Apr 27, 2004, 19:45)
    "As part of its recent move into the business desktop arena, Linux desktop distributor Xandros Inc. is launching an enterprise beta trial for its Xandros Desktop Management Server..."

  • InfoWorld: JBoss Ponders Open Source ESB (Apr 27, 2004, 16:30)
    "JBoss may offer an ESB under an open source format, with third-party software vendors able to offer ancillary products to boost the functionality of the ESB..."

  • IBM's SMB Services Light on Linux (Apr 27, 2004, 15:00)
    "IBM has rolled out a new on-demand initiative geared at providing desktop level support to small and medium sized businesses and geared for a Windows environment..."

  • eWeek: Sun Pins 'Proprietary' Label on Red Hat (Apr 27, 2004, 14:00)
    "A surprising breach appeared to open between leading Unix and Linux companies on Monday as Sun Microsystems' chief executive called Red Hat 'a proprietary Linux distribution...'"

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: Thinning Down the Linux desktop (Apr 27, 2004, 11:30)
    Desktop Linux Summit: "While many Linux vendors focus on creating fancy, full-featured desktops to compete with Windows, some experts assert that a better approach for companies is to think thin..."

  • Hi Pakistan: 4,000 to be Trained in Open Source Software (Apr 27, 2004, 10:00)
    "The information technology ministry has launched a pilot project worth Rs37 million to train 4,000 government servants in open source software..."

  • Consolidation to Windows Won't Happen (Apr 27, 2004, 07:00)
    "Microsoft currently has around 90 percent share of the client operating system market with Windows but this will fall to 58 percent by 2007 as new devices increasingly appear..."

  • NewsForge: Thoughts About Linspire's Approach (Apr 27, 2004, 03:15)
    "...[Recent Linspire events and releases] inspired me to have a closer look at my own feelings about the three applications, Linspire CEO Michael Robertson's person, and his aggressive way of selling his product..."