||To:||"email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Subject:|| Linux is a thing of magic for RFID
||Date:|| Wed, 19 Jan 2005 03:56:45 -0500
Power to today's BI: From database engines to business-intelligence
applications, key vendors for the Fortune 100 such as Cognos are getting
behind the Linux on POWER platform. Read why Cognos finds Linux on POWER
in the pSeries a real price-performance value.
January 19, 2005
Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source
You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink. How many
other adages can you come up with that indicate impossible ambitions? Open
dwells on one this week: You can't put a January deadline on RFID. Just
ask the analysts who have been trying to tell the world just that since
2003. So where is RFID on the business drawing boards? We examine the
outlook of RFID trackers as well as strategic goals of one Cambridge,
MA-based company behind a red-hot RFID reader with Linux.
Over in Brazil, Linux and Open Source are hot topics of conversation at
IBM, which is training 980 government workers in the Sao Paulo state
government to manage their IT environments. Open turns to IBM Brazil's
Haroldo Hoffmann for the details on training topics and goals.
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