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Old 08-31-2007, 12:41 AM   #1
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LXer: Some Hardy Heron Thoughts A Business Perspective

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My general feeling is that as the second LTS release the Hardy Heron should be on the fast track to wider corporate adoption. Corporate users are understandably cautious using new technologies and while Dapper has seen a great deal of success in business environments it was the first LTS release and as such business owners were intrigued but cautious. I feel this second LTS release is going to add to the growing mountain of hard evidence that Ubuntu is a stable operating system that is here to stay.



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