Users Should Delay Linux Move, Analysts Advise

The Yankee Group's latest survey shows that only 4% of Unix users and 10% of Windows users have any desire to switch to Linux, according to the latest survey by The Yankee Group.

Called "Linux, Unix and Windows TCO Comparison, Part 2", it advises corporations to delay a Linux migration - or any software migration - "until they can satisfactorily answer how a software operating system migration, upgrade or wholesale switch to another platform can deliver tangible technology benefits, better return on investment (ROI) and improve the total cost of ownership (TCO)".

Computer Weekly


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