April 26, 2002
Business 2.0: Buying industrial-strength tech on the cheap
Business 2.0: "Five years ago, if you had proposed running some of your company's most critical applications on an operating system originally developed by a longhaired Finnish teenager and given away for free, your IT manager would have laughed you out of his office. That has changed, though, as Linux has become more versatile and powerful (though it's still cheap). In fact, a new version of Linux is suitable for just about anything your company wants to throw at it." You can read more of this article here.