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Thursday, May 19, 2005
We recently covered about Linux where I wrote, commercial adoption model for Linux as a choice platform for Desktop is the missing link. Once we have Linux or any other platform as a desktop choice - it requires huge organisational commitment to support, upgrade and make lot more write applications on the platform. With so may versions and very limited takeoff - Linux future as a platform for desktop looks doubtful!!Microsoft does not appear in any imminent danger of losing much market share on the desktop productivity front to any Linux or open-source competitors. In a presentation at this week's Gartner Symposium/ITxpo here in San Francisco titled "Client OS and Office – Charting a Course to Longhorn (or Linux)," Michael Silver, a Gartner analyst, said that just because Linux is free does not mean it is cheap.
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