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IT Management Linux News for May 13, 2005

  • Computer Business Review: City of Munich Adopts Novell OES (May 13, 2005, 22:00)
    "Novell might have missed out on the contract to supply the Linux operating system for the City of Munich's high-profile desktop migration to Linux, but it has sold the German city on its Open Enterprise Server product..."

  • MIT Technology Review: How Linux Could Overthrow Microsoft (May 13, 2005, 20:30)
    "But 'Lintel,' or the Linux operating system and Intel, is now encroaching on this empire, and behind it is the entire open-source software movement, which threatens to overthrow the Windows industry..."

  • IBM: 'Firefox Is In Da House' (May 13, 2005, 17:30)
    "IBM is encouraging its employees to use Firefox, aiding the open source web browser's quest to chip away at Microsoft's Internet Explorer..."

  • Channel Register: MS Unfazed By OSS Schools Report (May 13, 2005, 16:45)
    "Overall, the report is very cautious, and is a long way from championing open source as the best possible option for education..."

  • CNET News: Major Solaris Features Slip to 2006 (May 13, 2005, 15:15)
    "Sun Microsystems has delayed the release of two major features the company has trumpeted as reasons to try its latest version of the Solaris operating system..."

  • NewsForge: UNC Healthcare Finds Plone Easy to Swallow (May 13, 2005, 11:30)
    "At the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and affiliated hospitals, intranet and Web site users felt like they were 'visiting a foreign land' each time they landed on a different department..."

  • NewsForge: Making Plans with GanttProject (May 13, 2005, 07:00)
    "Think that project management software belongs only in the realm of big corporations with huge budgets? In reality, anyone can benefit from using a project management tool..."

  • Leader: Open Source News Not as Good as it Sounds (May 13, 2005, 01:00)
    "Setting aside for a moment the debate going on in enterprises over whether to use Microsoft or open source alternatives, this week has seen much noise over two other battlegrounds: schools and local government..."