Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Mar 2006 21:20 UTC, submitted by John Mills
IBM During a presentation on IBM's involvement with Open Source, Andreas Pleschek from IBM in Stuttgart, Germany, who heads open source and Linux technical sales across North East Europe for IBM made a very interesting statement. "Andreas Pleschek also told that IBM has cancelled their contract with Microsoft as of October this year. That means that IBM will not use Windows Vista for their desktops. Beginning from July, IBM employees will begin using IBM Workplace on their new, Red Hat-based platform. Not all at once - some will keep using their present Windows versions for a while. But none will upgrade to Vista."
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RE[2]: Yeah it will be huge...
by edwdig on Tue 7th Mar 2006 23:34 UTC in reply to "RE: Yeah it will be huge..."
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I've got the new version of the 54GS. Haven't had any problems with it. My only complaint is they allow port forwarding to specific IP addresses, however, there is no way to ensure what IP address a specific computer will get.

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