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IT Management Linux News for Aug 21, 2004

  • Linux Friendly Brazil (Aug 21, 2004, 15:00)
    "Twenty percent of all computers used by the Brazilian ministries are running Linux and other open source software. In a few months this number should grow to 100 percent..."

  • ZDNet: PostgreSQL 8.0 Will Run on Windows (Aug 21, 2004, 13:00)
    "The new version of open-source database PostgreSQL, which is already in beta, is expected to go into production within three months and will for the first time run natively on Windows..."

  • ZDNet UK: Red Hat: Walking the Linux Tightrope (Aug 21, 2004, 08:30)
    "European marketing director Paul Salazar admits there have been plenty of screw-ups along the way but that Red Hat is now working hard to please the open-source community and investors alike..."

  • eWeek: Life Without MS Office Isn't So Tough (Aug 21, 2004, 02:30)
    "More and more companies are considering alternatives such as StarOffice, OpenOffice and WordPerfect--and forcing Microsoft to earn its premium pricing..."

  • ZDNet UK: Microsoft Must Say Bye Bye to American Pie (Aug 21, 2004, 01:00)
    "In a recent interview, Red Hat's chief executive Matthew Szulik was questioned on whether his company owes a certain amount of its success to a wave of anti-American feeling exacerbated by the US invasion of Iraq..."