Despite research that found Vista uptake among businesses is slowing, Michael Dell has predicted that most companies will migrate to the OS within two years.
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The PC manufacturer says that Microsoft's patent-infringement claims have not affected sales of its Linux servers.
Dell is targeting small business with a series of laptops, desktop and associated services to cure integration blues for organisations with less than 10 employees.The Vostro range of hardware and services will be aimed at small businesses without an IT department, the company said in a statement.
in brief Dell desktops loaded with Ubuntu Linux will cost US$50 less than Microsoft Windows-based systems but it is still unclear if and when they will be available in Australia.The figure applies to Dell's Inspiron 1420 notebook, which offers the Ubuntu Linux distribution pre-installed.