Organizations today are struggling with how to expand their business and compete in the face of lean IT budgets. Doing more with fewer resources, optimizing systems and revitalizing IT infrastructures for greater efficiency and agility to respond to ever- changing business conditions remain at the top of many business leaders’ agendas.
The Linux operating system is not only ushering in a new approach to software development worldwide, but also solving key problems and limitations that have plagued enterprises for decades. Linux is reducing costs; increasing customer satisfaction and providing business benefits through greater reliability, efficiency and scalability; and offering unprecedented flexibility by extending computing capabilities to new devices. Linux is no longer considered a “fringe” operating system; it is now becoming part of the mainstream corporate IT infrastructure.
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