Microsoft Should Embrace Open Source, Says Linux Analyst

Posted by dave on Jun 14, 2004 7:19 AM EDT
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Former Aberdeen analyst Bill Claybrook, now president of New River Linux & Grid Computing, has a suggestion for Microsoft: "Begin including some open source software in your software stack in order to take advantage of the economics of open source." Just about every major software supplier today, argues Claybrook, has some open source software in its software stack - with the exception of Microsoft.

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Candidates for MS's stack? crazy88 0 1,206 Jun 14, 2004 12:00 PM

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