This week: Making the Switch
It’s tempting to want to adopt the latest, greatest systems ASAP. Whether it’s based on need or want, though, you need to proceed with caution. There’s a lot of factors that need to be considered. This week, we took a look at making the switch from Windows to Linux, moving to virtualized desktops, and proprietary versus open source.
It’s still preferred OS of the enterprise, but more organizations are moving to Linux, the signature open source OS. Before you hop on the bandwagon, here’s what you need to know about moving to Linux.
We all love our desktops and laptops. But the costs add up and they take up space. What if you address both of those issues with one fell swoop? You should consider a virtualized desktop infrastructure.
Open source is much more accepted than it was even five years ago — even Microsoft has embraced Linux. Still, there’s plenty of debate around open source and proprietary. Here’s the pros and cons of each.