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EDITORIALS & OPINIONS


The Dominance of Linux on the Server
IT-Analysis.com

The Penguin Driven Church Office
Linux Journal


Internet Explorer Is Too Dangerous to Keep Using
eWeek

When giants battle in the name of Linux
The Business Times

Iraqis get a taste for Linux
BBC NEWS

Desktop Linux: Sun Shines
eWeek

Linux Herd Migration
The Network Administrator.com

How to talk to Microsoft about Linux
ZDNet UK

The Myth of the Myth of Linux
Consulting Times

Microsoft's Sacred Cash Cow
Seattle Weekly

Open source a disruptive technology, says Novell
ITweb

Will Your Next Desktop PC Run Linux?
PCWorld.com

LINUX WEB SITES

COMMUNITY SITES

Linux International
Open Source Initiative(OSI)
Linux Standard Base
DesktopLinux.com
Linux Professional Institute
OSDL


NEWS
Linux Today
Linux Online


JOURNALS
Linux Journal
Linux Gazette

OTHER
Linux in Education Portal
LinuxDevices.com
Linux on Laptops
Linux Kernel Archives


Welcome to CDB Computer Services, your partner for Linux and Open Source software solutions and training.

Our site not only has information on all of our products and services, but also Linux and Open Source news, links to Linux web sites and links to articles on Linux and Open Source success stories where organizations are successfully deploying Linux and Open Source solutions. Please make use of these links to stay up to date on what is happening in the exciting world of Linux and Open Source software.

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LINUX SUCCESS STORIES
BUSINESS

Linux and OpenOffice Save Big Money for U.S. Home Builder
LinuxInsider
Large US Auto Parts Chain Moves to Linux-based POS Terminals
LinuxDevices.com
Migration from Windows to Linux Saves Thousands
IT Manager's Journal
Linux catches on at coal power plants
CNET News.com  
eBet Ltd. Betting on Open Source
eWeek
FitnessWorld Trims Down with Thin Clients
ITBusiness.ca
Early Adopter Stands Firm on Linux Desktop
Computerworld
Demanding a Better Desktop Alternative
Computerworld
Linux Cost Savings Add Up
CIN
Linux a Fare Deal for Online Travel Agent
SearchEnterpriseLinux.com
Midsize German Firms Say "ja" to Linux
Computerworld
Linux in Hollywood
millimeter.com

GOVERNMENT

Immediate ROI: How a Linux-based financial system paid for itself in three months
IT Manager's Journal
Linux Took on Microsoft, and Won Big in Munich
USATODAY.com
MS Windows NT 4 Migration - Highway Patrol Gives Linux a Green Light
SearchEnterpriseLinux.com
Largo Rolls Out OpenOffice.org, Looks at Gnome
NewsForge
UK City Council Opts for Linux
LinuxWorld
NHS in U.K. May Ditch Microsoft For Linux Based on Costs
The Observer
UK Government Backs Sun's Java Desktop System
eWeek
Linux Shines on National Weather Service
LinuxPlanet
Israel Accelerates Free Software Migration
The Register
A Tale of Two (Linux) Cities
LinuxWorld
Austin Tests Desktop Linux Waters
CNET News.com

EDUCATION

Bacone College Stays Cutting Edge With OpenOffice.org - Sound Strategy
LinuxPlanet
Open Source Opens Education
Wired.com
Linux from Kindergarten to High School
Linux Journal
Thin Linux clients deliver Internet to library patrons
SearchEnterpriseLinux.com


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Sun Opens Up 3D Desktop Code
InternetNews.com

PeopleSoft Supports Linux with EnterpriseOne
CRM Daily

Novell Announces Availability of Mono 1.0 (open source development platform based on the .NET framework)
NOVELL

Mississippi Deploys Linux Law Enforcement System
Linux Today

Novell pledges to continue close ties to Linux community
SearchEnterpriseLinux.com

Microsoft marks end to upgrade program
CNET News.com

German Government Desktop Unveiled
dot.kde.org

Windows Loses Another Customer to Sun's JDS
eWeek

Linux behind the magic of Shrek 2
vnunet.com

Element's Linux Desktop Runs Windows Apps
eWeek

France Challenges Microsoft in Software Re-Fit
Reuters.com

Microsoft NT 4.0 backlash has users eyeing Linux
Computerworld

OpenOffice.org 1.1.2 released
LWN.net

IDC sees server growth, with Linux at one-third share in 2008
ADTmag.com

Cape schools get ten new Linux labs in three hours
Tectonic

Munich to stick with open source
CNET News.com

Use of Linux Grows in Public Sector
eWeek

Linux thin client savings exceed 37% in just 8 months
DesktopLinux.com

Microsoft: Linux threat is rising
CNET News.com

HP seals open-source e-mail deal
CNET News.com

Ethernet breaks free of the office
ITBusiness.ca

Open source on offense in ERP and business applications market
NewsForge

Sun confirms plans to open source Solaris
CNETAsia

Linux database sales soar 158 per cent
vnunet.com

Linux boosts European server market
vnunet.com

Symantec considers using Linux software, CEO says
The Salt Lake Tribune

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