From eWeek: "Microsoft Corp. is ratcheting up efforts to catch companies migrating from Unix to Linux before they make the switch.
As part of the effort, the Redmond, Wash., software giant has moved Doug Miller, current director of competitive strategy in the Windows division, to the new role of director of Unix migration strategy. In addition, Microsoft is also on track to release, before the end of June, its Services for Unix 3.0 product -- the next-version software that allows greater operability between existing Unix-based enterprise systems and Windows on both the server and desktop."
April 25, 2002
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