Linux enterprise desktop applications

  • July 09, 2004 09 Jul'04

    French government agency moves out NT, moves in Linux

    The French Ministry of Equipment announced today a project to move its Windows NT office and infrastructure servers to Mandrakesoft's Linux distribution.

  • July 08, 2004 08 Jul'04

    Open source leading state's IT overhaul

    Massachusetts CIO Peter Quinn has a plan to reform the state's IT operations, and open source software plays a leading role.

  • May 18, 2004 18 May'04

    Migration in-depth, part 2: Tearing away MS Office's tentacles

    Microsoft's tentacles reach deep inside many of the 500 applications used by Health First Inc.'s three hospitals and multiple medical facilities in Brevard County, Fla. To get as many departments using OpenOffice as possible, Health First's ...

  • May 17, 2004 17 May'04

    Migration in-depth, part 1: Why Health First is dumping MS Office

    There are two big IT projects going on at Health First Inc., and Linux is at the heart of both of them. Health First, a family of Brevard County, Fla., nonprofit health care facilities, is migrating its desktops to OpenOffice and bringing in many ...

  • May 11, 2004 11 May'04

    Novell releases Ximian Connector to open source

    Novell makes a pair of moves it hopes will ease interoperability concerns enterprises have about deploying Linux desktops.

  • April 19, 2004 19 Apr'04

    Learning guide: Desktop Linux

    What's that saying about shutting a door and opening a window? On enterprise desktops, many people are shutting their Windows and opening their doors to a penguin -- Tux. Find out how to invite the penguin to your desk in this handy learning guide.

  • February 05, 2004 05 Feb'04

    Smart changes in latest OpenOffice upgrade

    In this commentary, expert adviser Solveig Haugland provides details on some new features and changes in 1.1.

  • January 25, 2004 25 Jan'04

    Oracle moves to support Linux desktops

    NEW YORK -- Linux advocate Oracle Corp. is all talk and more action. Besides touting its huge Linux project with online mega-retailer at