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IT Observer: SWUP--Another Reason Why Trustix Has a Lower TCO than Microsoft

Jul 02, 2005, 21:00 (1 Talkback[s])

"Comodo owned Trustix, developers of the world's most secure Linux, have pinpointed the distribution’s automated patch management and upgrade mechanism, SWUP, as the perfect riposte to allegations from Microsoft that Linux based servers present higher TCO to companies due to extended patch development and implementation times. Delivering 'Astonishingly fast' vulnerability patch management services also provides Trustix with a key differentiator to other Linux competitors such as Redhat..."

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