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Companies and their sys-admins love to put blame on the vendor support in case of goof-up, thus RHEL will unarguably be the one which is most widely used in server deployments because of the paid support.
Otherwise, Slackware won't make a less than professional server choice. Install, setup, run and forget. Update when you want without breaking the core. Isn't that what all sys-admins want.