IBM Aims To Help Companies Split From Windows, Go To Linux

August 6, 2008

IBM has come out and stated at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco that they will help companies split from Microsoft Windows, and move to Linux..Washington (ChattahBox) – IBM has come out and stated at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco that they will help companies split from Microsoft Windows, and move to Linux.

IBM stated that they will be working with Linux vendors to help companies adopt Linux, the open source platform.

IBM Linux Director Inna Kuznetsova stated during a press conference that “Linux has always been about choice. We’re providing a well-recognized alternative for the desktop.”

The company has already changes their Lotus Foundations software suite to work with Ubuntu Linux, Novell SUSE Linux and Red Hat.

IBM believes that with their help they can continue to push companies to adpot Linux.


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