At the LinuxWorld Expo in New York, ZDNet's David Berlind talks with Ximian's David Patrick about the company's Evolution software program, which enables Linux to work with software from Microsoft and Sun.
By ZDNet Staff
| January 23, 2003 -- 23:42 GMT (15:42 PST)
| Topic: Tech & Work
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