Daily Archives: June 24, 2013

IDC On Thin Clients

“Thin Clients make up the vast majority (96%) of enterprise client devices.” see IDC Expects Continued Growth for Thin Clients Across All Form Factors, Unlike Current Trends in the PC Market I didn’t know that… However it makes sense. Even … Continue reading

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Munich Attacks Windows XP

Not only did Munich decide to avoid migrating from NT to XP, the city is attempting to assist residents to migrate from XP to GNU/Linux in order to prolong the useful life of those PCs “Munich City Council plan to … Continue reading

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Italian City Of Genoa Makes FLOSS The Default Choice

‘The Municipality will favour the use of free software or open source, wherever possible"’ see Italian Genoa to use open source 'wherever possible'. That’s a step forward. FLOSS is the right way to do IT because it puts the organization … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Goons Trigger Lawsuits

Around the world, M$ has turned to desperate measures to pump up revenue, goon squads are going around extorting money from users of their OS. “One of the largest insurance companies in Guatemala has sued Microsoft over an unwarranted and … Continue reading

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