Re: Linux at work
On Mon, 18 Dec 2006 21:03:42 +0000, Phil wrote:
I work for a large company with 12000 employees or so. They are always
asking for ways to save money. All the computers are networked and I was
going to suggest installing linux. Most of the applications used are
Would the dbs for windoze work with linux?
How big a job would it be to install linux on all the works computers??
Which version/distro of linux would you suggest to use???
1) that's going to be a huge undertaking and the IT staff is probably not
going to be prepared. I'd recommend looking at that down the road -
instead of the training they'll need for Vista, training for Linux instead
- then they'd be ready to deploy.
2) start with scrapping MS Office in favor of OO - it's a direct
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