• Linux-Windows TCO contest ‘a wash’ – for now

    Which is cheaper to run: Linux or Windows? Microsoft says the answer is obvious, but users aren't so sure.

    Jan Stafford2,845 pointsBadges:
  • Thin client soft costs

    Learn about the hazy subject of thin client soft costs and how to categorize them so you can understand their value and TCO.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft versus Linux TCO: IT pros sound off, part five

    IT pros relate their experiences with the Microsoft and Linux operating systems. One of the two OSes requires more time and resources to maintain, leaving IT pros with less time to improve systems and serve their customers and organizations, they say.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO, part 9

    No operating system is an island nowadays. So, what happens to TCO when Linux and Windows are used together? Three IT managers weigh in.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Running Windows applications on Linux could lower TCO

    SearchWindowsManageability found out how running Windows on Linux can improve desktop management and lower hardware upgrade costs significantly.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO, part 10

    Pro-Windows readers share the reasons why they go with Bill Gates and Co. and not Linux or Unix.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Open-source vs. Microsoft: Assessing TCO

    In this Q&A, CJ Rayhill, COO and executive vice president for O'Reilly & Associates, and Peter Houston, senior director of Microsoft's Windows server strategies discuss the TCO question. In part two, they cover the competition between the Linux/open-source camps and Microsoft.

    Jan Stafford2,845 pointsBadges:
  • Tom Pisello: How to lower TCO in your Windows environment

    Tom Pisello's "How to lower TCO in your Windows environment" session from Enterprise Windows Decisions 2003.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • New file system in Windows 2003 could cut TCO

    The usually unheralded but hard-working Distributed File System (DFS) in Windows is getting a makeover. The new, improved DFS, which will make its debut with Windows Server 2003, could, among other things, help trim TCO.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • Calculating thin client costs

    Terminal Server or Citrix could save you some bucks, but that's not always the case. Find out how to properly evaluate TCO.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:

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