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  • Column: IT pros' compelling reasons for choosing OSS

    IT managers from major corporations such as Black & Decker talk about why they use open source and why they think it'll only continue to get better. 

  • Novell, others battle for govt. Linux biz

    Novell is just one of many vendors catering to government accounts, as the worldwide wave of open source and Linux continues its march onto state, federal and personal desktops around the world. 

  • Expert: New OS e-mail client coming, but Outlook remains strong

    A new open source e-mail client, code-named Chandler, could give Microsoft Outlook a run for its money, according to Julie Hanna Farris, Searc... 

  • Sound off: Sun, Microsoft settlement irks some

    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 branch... 

  • With open source, free isn't always a bargain

    Big names like IBM, BEA Systems and Computer Associates have opened up portions of their proprietary product lines as open source alternatives. But does a free label necessarily mean users should snatch it up? 

  • Perens: Companies finding desktop space for Linux, part 1

    SAN FRANCISCO -- While others predicted that enterprise adoption of Linux desktops would take off in 2004, open source advocate Bruce Perens took a longer view. He sticks by his earlier prediction that Linux will run on 30% of enterprise desktops by ... 

  • LinuxWorld preview: What's up with Linux and ERP?

    Once sadly lacking, now ERP is ready to go on Linux. Consultant Ken Milberg analyzes open source and proprietary products and Microsoft's plans to head off moves to ERP on Linux. 

  • Scalix CEO: Broad demand for Linux messaging

    SearchEnterpriseLinux.com's Linux messaging adviser Julie Hanna Farris has used her trend-spotting abilities to found IT communications companies... 

  • Quick Takes: Fighting spam on Linux

    IntelliReach Corp., a security vendor, announced the latest version of its spam and content filtering appliance supports SuSE Linux. Also included in this edition of Quick Takes are items from Open Systems Management, Niku Corp., and IBM. 

  • Enterprise devices feel safe with Linux at the core

    Bart Massey is Portland State University's original Rocket Man. As faculty advisor to the school's Aerospace Society, Massey has guided the group's use of Linux an embedded operating system in the development of its 12-foot supersonic rocket, includi...