A challenge to the top operating system vendors

Gallant, John
March 1999
Network World;03/08/99, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p40
Trade Publication
Proposes a debate between operating system (OS) vendors such as Microsoft Corp., Santa Cruz Operation, Red Hat Software and Novell to discusses the right OS for server environments. Advantages and disadvantages of each OS; Opportunity for vendors to present plans on improving the reliability and performance of their products.


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