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Re: Sporting goods retailer now sporting Linux everywhere

On Sun, 2006-05-07 at 21:12 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Hi
> Just about every Backcountry.com employee is running Fedora Linux on the
> desktop -- 50 workstations in the warehouse and 60 in the call center.
> "We have a policy that any machine replaced doesn't get Windows put back
> on it," Jenkins says. "It's Linux migration by attrition." Jenkins
> manages support for an inconsistent mix of desktop operating systems by
> utilizing the vast skills of his IT staff, who are well-versed in both
> Windows and Linux environments. The transition has been invisible to the
> users, he says, because all the server and desktop applications are
> accessed via a browser. "As long as I can get a browser window we're
> good to go."
> http://business.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=06/04/13/1959240
> Rahul

This is great, I love seeing Linux making this kind of move. If the
employees can use it at work they may soon adopt it at home...

Robert 'Bob' Jensen
Fedora Marketing Projects
Fedora Ambassadors Steering Committee

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