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.

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.

Link: MIS | Magazine


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