Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 3rd Feb 2007 16:34 UTC, submitted by jayson.knight
Internet & Networking "In the February 2007 survey we received responses from 108810358 sites, an increase of 1.93 million from last month. Apache has a decline of 442K sites this month, and sees its share of the web server market slip by 1.47 percent to 58.7 percent. This is the first time Apache's market share has been below 60 percent since September 2002. Microsoft-IIS gain 935K sites, continuing an advance that has seen Microsoft steadily chip away at what once seemed an insurmountable lead for Apache. In our Feb. 2006 survey, Apache held 68% market share, giving it lead of 47.5% over Windows (20.5% share). In this month's survey, Microsoft's share has improved to 31.0%, narrowing Apache's advantage to 27.7%."
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I Don't Understand
by gregk on Sun 4th Feb 2007 05:35 UTC
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The drumbeat in the media these days is how everyone is concerned about being so reliant on Microsoft, being locked in and all, yet they dive headlong down the path that makes it harder and harder to escape.

I have experienced many corporate IT depts that are exclusive .net shops. So there is an dissonant chord ringing there.

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