Companies Reluctant to Take on Linux

“Linux penguins are braying louder, but companies don’t plan to adopt many of them in the near future. Almost every large company has at least thought about Linux, and some of them are running pilot projects or even day-to-day (albeit nonessential) systems on the open-source operating system. And because the economy is still weak, many tech observers believe that Linux–and its price tag of “free”–will attract more businesses looking to cut costs. At least that’s the theory. Practice indicates something else.” Read the rest of the editorial at ZDNews.


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