Nortel CIO Steve Bandrowczak, who joined the Canadian telecoms and network equipment vendor last July, said "more and more CIOs are looking at Linux desktop for reasons of TCO" and argued that the technology "is receiving the same level of attention today as when Linux started on servers."

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11 years 37 weeks 2 days 44 min ago


Moves like these are exactly

Moves like these are exactly what's going to push Linux into the mainstream. In tight economic times, more corporation will turn to cost effective solutions. This bodes well all the way down the line including getting Linux on the Joe Sixpack desktop and ODF adopted as the default standard.

Microsoft will eventually lose the OS battle.

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