Linux has long been seen as the IT industryâs country cousin: good enough to drive low-end PCs and web servers but not sophisticated enough to support high-end enterprise systems. However, the open source operating system has come a long way, and a growing number of IT directors are finding a role for Linux in the back office.
November 30, 2003
The tortoise and the hare
Linux has always been considered the steady but unsophisticated tortoise compared with the Windows hare, but it has come a long way in recent years, reflected by a marked increase in adoption across the UK.
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