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Old 07-12-2007, 07:01 PM   #1
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LXer: Why Most Businesses Still Use Windows.

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On paper, Linux seems to be the ideal workstation operating system for the corporate environment: highly configurable, free, secure, easily deployed in a network, extremely stable.... So why are medium and small businesses, the backbone of the US economy, not switching over to Linux? I have my own theories, working as an IT manager for a small company myself. [Warning: FUD ahead. While the author doesn't say the points are valid, he doesn't disprove them either. -- Sander]



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