"The company's Win4Lin product displays a Windows desktop on a
Linux machine, running Windows applications such as Microsoft Word
and Excel that users are dependent on. And it can bring up that
desktop from any networked computer.
"You need this combination that we have of Linux plus the Windows
applications moved to the network," Curtin said. "We think that's the
proper aligning of the stars to make this work." More at Austin-American Statesman.