The open source operating system goes mainstream

For something that was originally conceived in a bored Finnish student's bedroom one summer, Linux has made surprisingly deep inroads into the enterprise. Today, the Unix-like operating system helps power more than one-third of all web servers and many enterprise software suppliers are furiously porting, or have already ported, their software to Linux.

This Infoconomy business briefing explores how Linux has worked its way into the enterprise and it what it offers the IT department's bottom line.

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Ben Rossi

Ben was Vitesse Media's editorial director, leading content creation and editorial strategy across all Vitesse products, including its market-leading B2B and consumer magazines, websites, research and...

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