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IBM Joins Linux Distributors In Attacking Microsoft Windows

The group believes the problems associated with Microsoft Vista have opened the door for Linux distributors to work with hardware makers to offer business level PC’s loaded with Linux and IBM’s Open Collaboration suite that includes a number of Lotus apps.  Two decades ago, Microsoft flexed its muscle and shed its subordinated role to IBM. Big Blue has been looking to reign in the Redmond giant ever since.  As Bill Gates once said, “No tech company stays on top forever.” More