"This is the first indication we've seen that [Linux] adoption may be hitting a wall," the report said, continuing: "These data should ease concerns among Microsoft investors about the impact of Linux on Windows in the server market -- success by both is not mutually exclusive and Microsoft seems to be more than holding its own."More details at The Inquirer
Has Linux adoption peaked?
Posted on Monday, June 06 2005 @ 14:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
According to a survey the adoption of Linux seems to be slowing. Use of Linux on servers was recorded in 53 percent of the 500 surveyed US companies, while this time only 7 percent of the companies planned to adopt Linux. This is the lowest figure since September 2003.