The development and implementation of Linux has grown exponentially the last few years, however, has it really moved
beyond its "the cheaper option" status?Inus Gouws, senior IM consultant at Computer Associates Africa, evaluates Linux, highlighting various key
reasons why it's definitely not limited to low-cost utility servers.Many decision-makers today still believe that Linux is only limited to low-cost
utility servers - the question is, therefore, are they right?
October 9, 2003