Linux enterprise desktop applications
- August 22, 2005
OpenOffice.org instructor Solveig Haugland explains why the upcoming OpenOffice 2.0 is set to make her job a whole lot easier.
- August 09, 2005
Book author Edward Haletky has seen desktop Linux application availability and usability increase to the point where it's nearly ready for widespread corporate use. Yet Haletky does not think that Linux desktops will be widespread by 2007. In this ...
- July 28, 2005
Linux is thriving, but the perception is that top vendors Red Hat and Novell continue to tread cautiously with a desktop offering. However, news of a new Debian distro in the days leading up to LinuxWorld San Francisco could mean heat ahead.
- July 26, 2005
Operating systems expert Tony Iams explains which rising stars to look out for in the Linux desktop market, and offers advice for those mulling a move away from Windows.
- July 21, 2005
Linux on the desktop hasn't exactly lit the world on fire just yet. But desktop Linux features, functionality and levels of application support are getting better and better. We talked to operating systems expert Tony Iams to find just how the ...
- February 17, 2005
Sun Microsystems has levied a salvo of Linux and server announcements to the masses with the hope of siphoning away some of the popularity of competitors IBM and HP.
- February 11, 2005
A theme of the third annual open source conference is for the user community to tout Linux for its security and reliability, not just lower costs.
- January 31, 2005
Brenno de Winter, a desktop Linux expert for SearchEnterpriseLinux.com, said enterprises looking to Linux might be well off if they looked no further than the desktop.
- October 04, 2004
Two new reports on open source validate office suite application alternatives like OpenOffice.org and StarOffice and their push into the mainstream against market giant Microsoft Office.
- September 18, 2004
Last week, a SEC filing revealed a settlement between Microsoft and Sun Microsystems, made last April, which would prevent the two companies from suing one another. The agreement included a provision excluding OpenOffice.org -- the open source ...