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Compaq Partners with Red Hat in Linux Support Deal
Compaq Computer Corp. and Red Hat, Inc. announced that Compaq will provide call center support for the Red Hat Linux operating system.

linux support  with Red Hat in Linux Support Deal Compaq Partners with Red Hat in Linux Support Deal R.A. Krause - October 20th, 1999 Event Summary October 18, 1999 Red Hat (R), Inc., the leading provider of open source Linux-based operating system (OS) solutions (>65% of market) and Compaq Computer Corp. today expanded their strategic partnership to provide call center support for worldwide users of the Official Red Hat Linux OS. Under the agreement, Compaq's Customer Services organization, which serves hundreds of Read More...
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The Linux Box
The Linux Box is a project management and consulting practice, specializing in open source technology and the Linux platform. The company helps its customers

linux support  open source solutions. The Linux Box concentrates on knowledge transfer and training, applications development and porting, and network support services. The Linux Box was formed in 1999 and is headquartered in Michigan, USA. Read More...
Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.

linux support  of its laptops with Linux preinstalled. The products, the Latitude CPX and the Inspiron 7500, come with Red Hat Linux 6.1 and are certified by Linuxcare. The Inspirons with Linux are available now, but the Latitudes will be available Feb. 4, according to a company representative. The move has been expected since last August. The CPX is the top-of-the-line model of Dell's Latitude line, slimmer and more expensive than the Inspirons, which are designed to be more like replacements for desktop computers. Read More...
Red Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens
Red Hat still controls the Linux market, but now it’s getting some competition from SuSE, Caldera, and TurboLinux.

linux support  Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens Red Hat's Linux Domination Weakens R. Krause - September 13, 2000 Event Summary According to recently figures from IDC, Red Hat was still the #1 distributor of the Linux operating system in 1999 by a wide margin, with a 48% share of the copies shipped. Trailing Red Hat were German vendor SuSE with a 15% share, and Caldera Systems and TurboLinux with 10% each. (See Figure 1) Bringing up the rear were MandrakeSoft (4%) and Corel (1%). Figure 1. A potential area of concern Read More...
VA Linux Releases NAS Server
Trying to break into the growing Network-Attached Storage market, Linux-based hardware manufacturer VA Linux has announced the release of its 9205 NAS storage

linux support  Linux Systems. All VA Linux NAS products feature an extensive service and support package - VA's award-winning Total Linux Coverage (TLC) for NAS - including one year of unlimited 24x7 technical support and onsite service and three years of comprehensive warranty coverage. Market Impact VA Linux is trying to cash in on a confluence of two key trends: the rising popularity of Linux, and the growth of the Network-Attached Storage market. While NAS market leader Network Appliance is focusing on the Read More...
Support and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's
Support and maintenance (S&M) contracts mean very different things to vendors and to users. With user enterprises' growing awareness of how these S&M agreements

linux support  and Maintenance: No Longer the Software Industry's Best Kept Secret ? For the longest time, the traditional pricing strategies of software vendors have included a reliance on support and maintenance (S&M) contracts, which is where most vendors could be assured of meeting, if not surpassing, their margins. The sizable profit made from S&M contracts (with customers paying more over time) has been one of the software industry's best kept secrets. Furthermore, user enterprises have not had the option Read More...
Infor Continues Significant Investments to Support Healthcare Industry Vertical
Infor is one of the leading solution providers making significant investments in its offerings for the healthcare industry vertical. Infor’s solutions have

linux support  Continues Significant Investments to Support Healthcare Industry Vertical Verticalization is one of the biggest themes that providers of enterprise application software solutions are touting these days—the solution providers plug rapid deployment, minimized customization, and reduced time to value for ___________ (fill in your vertical industry). Though the messaging and marketing is right on target for organizations looking to purchase these solutions, the current offerings from the providers Read More...
SAP Support - From Reactive to Proactive
I recently attended the SAP Active Global Support (AGS) Analyst Summit in Costa Mesa, California, along with a member of TEC’s software selection services team.

linux support  Support - From Reactive to Proactive I recently attended the SAP Active Global Support (AGS) Analyst Summit in Costa Mesa, California, along with a member of TEC’s software selection services team. At the November event, attendees were presented with the AGS Strategy for 2012 and in-depth reviews of SAP’s customer support offerings.  There were a number of different themes presented by the members of AGS, but the theme that really caught our attention is SAP’s commitment to moving from reactive Read More...
Support for Old Releases-Good for the User but Is It Good for the Vendor?
The decision to support older releases is like any other business decision, it is all about the money and profitability. If the vendor can make money at

linux support  for Old Releases-Good for the User but Is It Good for the Vendor? Introduction A slew of recent announcements and vendor analyst briefings might be showing an interesting trend. Namely, enterprise software vendors are becoming more amenable to pledging support for older (even quite antiquated) product releases, much to the delight of anxious users who still rely on those releases. Until very recently, these users were faced with vendors' more or less subtle ultimatums and deadlines by which they sho Read More...
Minimizing the Total Cost of Technical Support for Enterprise Applications
Many organizations don’t follow formalized processes for technical support evaluation. However, technical support is a vital component of any enterprise

linux support  the Total Cost of Technical Support for Enterprise Applications Originally published - November 20, 2006 Enterprise software selection is a big decision for any organization. Licensing fees are costly, and choosing the software that matches the company’s business model can be a daunting decision. If the enterprise decides to go with a particular vendor, and the vendor does not deliver, the company will incur a large financial loss. Thus, when selecting an enterprise software solution, there Read More...
Is There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider?
Although Rimini Street's client base is still budding, the third party provider of support and maintenance has been quite bullish, owing to the accelerating

linux support  There a Street Corner for a Vendor-neutral Third Party Support and Maintenance Provider? While enterprise application vendors continue to relentlessly raise annual support and maintenance (S&M) fees year over year, and report ever higher S&M revenues and profit margins, some dismayed or conservative customers might consider turning to the likes of Rimini Street ( http://www.riministreet.com ). Such third party S&M providers are enabling, at this stage, mostly some of the disconcerted Siebel , PeopleSoft Read More...
Salesforce.com Unveils Service Cloud SOS Button for Mobile In-app Support
Salesforce.com recently launched the Salesforce1 Service Cloud SOS feature that aims to revolutionize customer service and support by putting an SOS button

linux support  com Unveils Service Cloud SOS Button for Mobile In-app Support Salesforce.com recently launched the Salesforce1 Service Cloud SOS feature that aims to revolutionize customer service and support by putting an SOS button (similar to the Amazon Kindle Mayday button) directly inside any mobile app. With new live interactive video support and on-screen guided assistance, companies will be able to deliver instant and personalized customer service within any mobile app.   Last year, salesforce.com Read More...
How Performance Support Creates High-performance Employees
Performance support helps keep workers on track. But truly effective performance support communicates company-specific “when, what, and how” information, in the

linux support  Performance Support Creates High-performance Employees Performance support helps keep workers on track. But truly effective performance support communicates company-specific “when, what, and how” information, in the fastest, clearest, and easiest way possible—like a GPS unit issuing personalized directions for the specific task at hand. Performance support won’t teach you how to drive, but it will help you get to where you want to go. Read More...

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