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| These days, revolution is all about Linux. The word alone has become
| a catchcry for everything anti-establishment, anti-Bill, anti-licensing
| fees. If you listen to the hype, it's being used everywhere, in
| businesses of all sizes, to do everything but make the coffee.
| Just because everybody's using Linux, however, doesn't mean everybody's
| happy for that fact to be known, as I found recently while looking for
| potential candidates for a series of profiles about companies that had
| made the switch between Windows and Linux, and vice versa.
| Based on the ongoing enthusiasm about Linux, I presumed it would be
| simple to find companies just busting to tell how they'd ditched
| their Microsoft server software and moved onto Linux servers.
| Everybody's doing it, after all, aren't they?
| ...Others see Linux as a competitive weapon and don't want their
| rivals knowing how they've cut their costs -- or that they've taken
| a promising yet risky migration path.
Others see Linux as a competitive weapon and don't want their rivals knowing
how they've cut their costs -- or that they've taken a promising yet risky