Yankee Independently Pits Windows TCO vs. Linux TCO

Posted by dave on Mar 25, 2004 3:27 AM EDT
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In one of the first non-Microsoft-funded total-cost-of-ownership studies by a major market-research firm, Windows still comes on strong. On the heels of several Microsoft-sponsored studies evaluating the total cost of ownership (TCO) of Windows vs. Linux, The Yankee Group has performed its own independent research on the same topic. And the findings are somewhat similar: Linux provides smaller companies with customized vertical applications or who have no legacy networks with better TCO than Windows.

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