Linux in the News - Wednesday
Linux in the News - Wednesday
By: Linux News Desk
Jan. 14, 2004 12:00 AM
SUSE LINUX President: "Leveraging Open Source in Your Enterprise Just Got a Whole Lot Easier."
"2004 will be the year of Linux. Novell's global sales and support channels provide tremendous new avenues to get Linux - and especially SUSE LINUX - to market. Leveraging open source in your enterprise just got a whole lot easier."
Richard Seibt, former CEO of SuSE, now joining Novell, January 13, 2004
"If you look at what was of concern to CIOs, the first thing of concern was support. Heretofore, they saw a small company called Red Hat and a small company called SuSE, neither of which had much of a track record. And that gave them some discomfort. We have solved that problem because we have been doing operating systems for 20-some years."
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