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IT Management Linux News for Aug 03, 2007

  • The Cradle of Independence Rolls Over for Microsoft (Aug 03, 2007, 20:15) "In the fall of 2005, in my home state of Massachusetts, Peter Quinn, the CIO of the Commonwealth, endorsed a plan to require the state government to use the Open Document Format for storing government records..."

  • Open Source Going Mainstream (Aug 03, 2007, 17:15)
    LinuxWorld: "...[O]ne industry analyst says customers are evaluating open-source software the same way they evaluate proprietary software: It has to be priced right and work well..."

  • Red Hat Delays Release of Linux Software (Aug 03, 2007, 13:30)
    Reuters/eWeek: "Red Hat Global Desktop Linux will not be available until September, product manager Gerry Riveros told Reuters in an e-mail..."

  • Vancouver Law Firm Trades in MS for Desktop Linux (Aug 03, 2007, 12:00) "Vancouver boutique law firm Whitelaw Twining regards downtime with the kind of disdain reserved for something like a roach infestation at the Plaza Hotel--it simply won't be tolerated..."

  • Open Source Secrets (Aug 03, 2007, 11:30)
    CIO Insight: "Open source is no longer a stranger in many IT shops as more companies become comfortable with the reliability of the ever evolving technology to develop crucial systems..."

  • Linux Becoming Visible on Desktops (Aug 03, 2007, 11:00)
    Business Standard: "While it has an over 20 per cent market share when we speak of servers in India, the free OS called Linux has just around 5 per cent market share in the country when it comes to desktops..."