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Windows is Cheaper, No Really

Microsoft is pushing against Linux again with a new ad campaign focusing on "the facts" of Linux vs Windows TCO. The Microsoft microsite, which is the basis of the campaign truly does a fine job of rolling out "independent" analysis...

Microsoft is pushing against Linux again with a new ad campaign focusing on "the facts" of Linux vs Windows TCO. The Microsoft microsite, which is the basis of the campaign truly does a fine job of rolling out "independent" analysis concerning a number of spot issues like staffing and server performance. But interestingly enough, one of the site's main elements, an "I Want To" toolbox, lets users demand to:

  • Migrate from UNIX
  • Upgrade from Windows NT
  • Consolidate Servers

Um, where's the migrate from Linux button?

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