Special Report: Linux in the Enterprise
Who's Afraid of Linux? : Despite the hesitancy of Oracle and other ERP vendors, more IT managers are examining Linux as a platform for their business applications because of huge potential savings. A few key lessons for brave early adopters.Linux Breathes New Life Into The Mainframe : Linux, which started out as a college student's hobby, is rapidly becoming a force in the mainframe data centers of corporate America. Sun Edges Toward a Linux Binge: Linux will increasingly become a larger part of Sun's offerings, but the company recently said it's not abandoning its Unix roots. From the Product of the Year coverage:
Linux Gains Legitimacy in the Enterprise : The list of winners of Datamation's recent Product of the Year 2001 Awards includes some industry stalwarts - and a relative upstart whose victory heralds a sea change in the enterprise.Network and Systems Software Product of the Year 2001 : With their selection of Red Hat Linux 7.2 as the top Network and Systems Software product of 2001, Datamation readers send a resounding message: Linux has a valuable -- and growing -- role in the enterprise. Analyst Reports:
Aberdeen InSight: Linux Gets A Boost From Standards: Linux is knocking on the enterprise door and quickly making inroads. Read how the Free Standards Group is accelerating this effort via its Linux Standard Base and Li18nux initiatives.Aberdeen InSight: Linux-Based Software Management: An Aberdeen Group analyst outlines the challenges of managing Linux platforms and the features users should consider when selecting Linux software management solutions. Read last week's CIN Special Report:
Special Report: Enterprise Security: CIN offers information on trends and tips to help you build a more secure enterprise.