"It is, in short, time to seriously consider Linux as a desktop operating system. If it isn't time to
develop a migration plan, it's certainly time to perform a cost/benefit analysis.
It's a triple irony: The timing coincides with Dell dropping its support for Linux; it comes just as
Microsoft has finally achieved sufficient OS stability to eliminate that as a differentiator; and it
is Microsoft, through its licensing shenanigans -- not any of Linux's backers -- that has
made Linux a credible option for you." Full story at InfoWorld.