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Ten Things Linux Needs to Make it Bigger in Enterprise

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Six Reasons Why Linux isn’t Mainstream yet

In brief,

#1 Installing Apps is a painful experience for the average Joe
#2 Sound Sharing is screwed up
# 3 Lack of device drivers, games and applications
#4 It is free. But so is a pirated copy of Windows.
#5 Where to Begin? How to Begin?
#6 No business model

Now, let’s go through the list. It is rather long. So, please be patient.

That Full Post.

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

re: Linux and the Enterprise

#8 pretty much sums it up.

AD Integration.

If it can't be managed thru integration into the existing AD infrastructure, it will NEVER be approved by the CIO/CTO.

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