Published/updated: May 2011
There are few topics in the IT industry that are more divisive than the option of putting anything other than Windows on the corporate desktop. Too often opinions are focused on either transforming the entire desktop estate to Linux in a major upheaval or keeping Linux out completely.
Yet when we look at how we buy hardware for business itís not a one size fits all approach. Instead itís common to buy different specifications and capabilities to suit different business needs. In the same way ,where needs warrant it alternative desktop environments can play a role in delivering cost-effective desktop deployments.
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