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IT Management Linux News for Jul 27, 2004

  • The Inquirer: CA's Barrenechea Lambasts SCO, IBM (2004-07-27 19:45:45)
    "Are you aware that, given some of CA's past moves before your arrival at the company (moves that some might consider pro-Microsoft) that Computer Associates has a lot of work ahead to win the 'trust' of the Open Source community...?"

  • VNUnet: ITV Switches On to Linux (2004-07-27 17:30:51)
    "Linux and open source software offers cost savings, flexibility and better security, according to ITV's director of operations and infrastructure, but is not always appropriate and needs to be assessed on a case-by-case basis..."

  • Australian IT: Microsoft Shaken by Open Bluff (2004-07-27 16:45:07)
    "Telstra has shaken Microsoft and won a keener commercial relationship with the software giant by talking up its enthusiasm for open-source software..."

  • VNUnet: Linux Drifts from Sun Orbit (2004-07-27 15:15:50)
    "Two and a half years after its chief executive donned the suit of Linux's penguin mascot on an exhibition stage, Sun seems to have fallen out of love with the open-source operating system..."

  • CXOtoday: Lloyds Steel Debates Between Linux & Microsoft (2004-07-27 11:30:55)
    "The menace of spam has pushed Lloyds Steel Industries to upgrade its mail server, for which the company has initiated a complete evaluation of both Microsoft and Linux based mailing solutions..."

  • internetnews.com: Ravi Arimilli, IBM Fellow and Chief Architect (2004-07-27 04:00:04)
    In 2000, IBM embarked on an ambitious strategy to boost Unix server market share after years of watching its sales suffer at the hands of rivals HP and Sun Microsystems..."

  • The Inquirer: Computer Associates' Open Source Guru Speaks Out (2004-07-27 03:15:11)
    "Back in May, when Computer Associates announced their intention of releasing the source code of their Ingres database, we reported the news, but I also got curious as to who was the man behind CA's open source efforts..."

  • osViews: Microsoft Dividend is Good for Linux (2004-07-27 01:00:15)
    "Not long ago, a Wall street analyst stated that 'The day Microsoft pays a dividend is the beginning of the end for the company'. Shortly after that, Microsoft paid its first dividend..."