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Slideshow available (was Re: [seul-edu] I.B.M. Helps Promote Linux)

on Tue, Nov 11, 2003 at 10:15:53AM +0000, Yishay Mor (y.mor@ioe.ac.uk) wrote:
> Linux is a rising star in the geeky back office of computing. Its gains 
> have come as an operating system for the data-serving computers that run 
> corporate networks and serve up Web pages. On the desktop, Microsoft's 


> One indication of their more aggressive approach came yesterday when an 
> I.B.M. executive, Samuel J. Docknevich, delivered a speech at a 
> technology conference outside Boston titled "The Time Is Now for Linux 
> on the Desktop."
> http://www.nytimes.com/2003/11/11/technology/11blue.html?th

The slideshow from Sam's presentation is now online at DesktopLinux.com:


Some good data there (15K desktops in IBM, 25k planned by year-end
2003), and some insights on IBM's desktop plans.


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