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Hi, I wanted to know which OS is more suitable for business especially for SMEs? Is it Linux, Windows or both??? Which is superior based on their: Funcitonality Usability Security Relaibility Scalability Efficiency Robustness Portablity Could you provide some links which will detail the above...
Dear Friend I am using RED Hat Linux for mail server. So far I know, from securities point of view it is much more reliable than Windows 2000 Server/Windows 2003/Windows NT. Please come back with your opinion whether I am correct or wrong at your earliest. Please also mention some important points...
Give the advantages of UNIX operating system