Posted on Wednesday, April 20 2005 @ 13:06:15 CEST by LSDsmurf
Let’s admit it, Linux is not perfect. In fact, no operating system is perfect. But since many Linux gurus and advocates regard Linux so highly and claim that it’s in utmost state of readiness for the masses, why is it that Linux isn’t gaining any momentum in the industry? The fact is that it’s still a minuscule operating system that probably holds two percent of the total OS market. Quite frankly, the Linux community needs be proactive and go after a higher share of the market if they want major companies to adopt it. After all, why would a company waste its time and personnel resources on something that barely scratches the surface of their needs or is cumbersome to use? This is especially true with mid-sized corporations on strict budgets.