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Sunday, October 31st, 2004


“Microsoft has renewed its attack on Linux, its primary rival in the business software market, with Chief Executive Steve Ballmer telling customers in a letter that the freely available rival operating system is less secure and more costly to maintain…

Linux is open source software, meaning it can be copied and modified freely, making it popular among businesses seeking to lower their information technology (IT) costs…

The fact that Linux has been growing so rapidly over the last five or six years is evidence that there’s a perceived value there…”

By Reed Stevenson


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