IT Expo launch targets Linux

April 1999
Marketing Event;Apr99, p8
Reports that IT Events company is aiming to corner a niche computing market with the launch of specialist information technology show, `Linux Expo' on November 17-18, 1999 at Earls Court Olympia in London, England. Comments from IT Events director Simon Rogers.


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