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Linux Usage on the Rise in Large Companies

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Linux usage in the servers of large companies is continuing to rise. 73% of enterprise companies are running Linux on at least some of their servers. Just six months ago that figure was 67% and a year ago it was 65%, as per Evans Data Corp's latest Enterprise Development Issues Survey.

"We continue to see Linux making deeper inroads into the Enterprise space as it matures to handle more critical business workloads," states John Andrews, President of Evans Data. "We are continuing to see more and more enterprise IT managers make better use of Linux, integrating it into their heterogeneous environments where it makes the best business sense."

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