May 22, 2007

Windows Server 2008 addresses Linux challenge

AlexGr writes "Some of the changes in the upcoming release of Windows Server 2008 are a response to features and performance advantages that have made Linux an attractive option to Microsoft customers.
One of these is the fact that Linux has less of a surface area, which led customers to believe that Linux is inherently more secure, Bill Laing, the general manager for Microsoft's Windows Server division, told eWEEK in an interview at its annual Windows Hardware Engineering conference here."



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