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top 10 list

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on April 14, 2008 07:41 PM
What actually was on this top 10 list? Maybe it is more important than the desktop stuff. Maybe it would drive Linux adoption in enterprises through the server room.

I work in an growing office with ~700 in our HQ, and we're in some 25 countries. Microsoft is accepted by default, and the only Linux I've seen is in the Xerox copier. (Ssh. Don't tell them that!)



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