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IT Management Linux News for Nov 29, 2004

  • PC World: Who's Using Firefox? (Nov 29, 2004, 23:00)
    "Browser is gaining in popularity, but not necessarily at the office..."

  • BNamericas/LinuxInsider: Novell Expects Up to 90 Percent Open Source Growth (Nov 29, 2004, 22:30)
    "The Latin American division of US software firm Novell expects sales of its open-source solutions to grow 70-90 percent this fiscal year, the unit's new president Jose Almandoz told BNamericas...

  • Techworld: New Open Source Group Opens Its Doors (Nov 29, 2004, 21:00)
    "A coalition of service providers claims it will shake up the open source market by offering an alternative to the larger vendors. It also aims to counter the claims made by Microsoft that open source is the more expensive option..."

  • ZDNet UK: PostgreSQL Goes Enterprise This Christmas (Nov 29, 2004, 19:30)
    "A major new version of the open source database, which will run natively on Windows and includes various enterprise features, is set for release this month..."

  • Asia Computer Weekly: Linux: Everything for the DIY-ers (Nov 29, 2004, 18:15)
    "Many enterprises see platform migration as a death-defying leap over a perilous chasm. Some companies will take a chance after doing their sums, but many more will not budge an inch with the most enticing benefits..."

  • PC Pro: Microsoft Loses China Contract At Last Minute (Nov 29, 2004, 16:45)
    "Under pressure from local suppliers and central government, Beijing municipal government has instead opted to replace Microsoft Office with Kingsoft WPS and Windows with Red Flag Linux..."

  • The Seattle Times: Linux Gains as Windows Alternative (Nov 29, 2004, 16:00)
    "While Macs are getting more attention, another alternative--Linux--continues to be overlooked in Windows-dissatisfaction discussions. The reason: Reviewers typically don't run Linux boxes..."

  • The Age: Patently Yours (Nov 29, 2004, 12:15)
    "The US-Australia free trade agreement which comes into effect in 2005 will hit Australia hardest in the area of intellectual property rights..." Free registration may be required.