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[News] GNU/Linux Works Fine in Business Desktops

  • Subject: [News] GNU/Linux Works Fine in Business Desktops
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 08:06:56 +0000
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Ubuntu Linux is Prime Time for your Business Desktop and
Notebook Computing Environment

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| So with the purchase of an IBM T40 (a tough 
| notebook), increasing system administration 
| time was not an option. This alone forced an 
| serious consideration of Linux as an 
| alternative operating environment. That was 
| five years ago. Now an established Linux 
| user, I can clearly profess the capabilities 
| and benefits of Linux for small and large 
| businesses, especially, when it comes to 
| notebook deployment.


Why desktop market share shouldnât be Linuxâs priority

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| After all, possibly the most important 
| philosophy behind Linux today, is freedom.



Takin' Care of Business

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| Many people have never heard of the Linux
| operating system. Linux is a free operating
| system that is a perfect fit for laptop and
| desktop computers. Linux's popularity has
| increased with the spread of Netbooks and
| several Netbook manufacturers ship their
| machines with Linux as the default operating
| system. The attractive price and availability
| of Linux has been bringing a lot of attention
| to this alternative operating system.
| I use Linux on my personal Netbook computer. I
| bought the Netbook about two years ago for
| $249. My Netbook is very small, extremely
| portable, and provides all the computing power
| I need when I am on the road. Linux is the
| perfect fit because it is a âsmallâ operating
| system that uses very little memory and other
| machine resources. My Netbook is small enough
| that I use an old hard drive carrying case to
| hold the Netbook when I travel and find this
| much more portable than my bulky old laptop
| case.


Bringing Linux to Small Business

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| We are all impressed and excited by the
| success of commercial Linux vendors. Red Hat,
| Novell, Canonical, Mandriva, Oracle, and a
| host of other Linux companies are making
| great strides in delivering performance and
| value to the enterprise marketplace.

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