Linux interoperability

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About Linux interoperability

From a server or an application standpoint, Linux interoperability affects IT managers using Linux with Unix or Windows environments. Stay up to date on Linux interoperability issues, including data interoperability. Get information on Active Directory interoperability, Unix-Linux interoperability, printing interoperability, ftp and nfs. This topic also covers server-based applications, enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications, OpenOffice and free interoperability software.