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IDC Perspective: The Business Case for Standardizing on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
IDC analyst Al Gillen will provide an objective look at the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) comparison of using Red Hat Enterprise Linux compared to the use of non-paid Linux distributions.More
Based on recent primary research conducted by IDC and commissioned by Red Hat, the result of this analysis is clear: organizations that have standardized on Red Hat Enterprise Linux recover up-front subscription costs through more efficient operations, higher ratios of servers and users per administrator, and a significantly lower downtime cost annually when compared to organizations that maintain a Linux server infrastructure that is primarily nonpaid and/or low cost.
To learn more about IDC's findings, register now.
Date: April 26, 2011
- Available on-demand