Linux and Finance at LinuxWorld Expo

Welcome to New York, financial capital of the world. Linux isn't here to run some little web server--banks and other financial institutions are one good proposal and a couple of meetings away from rolling it out in their data centers. Strangely enough, they don't mind saying they're using Linux for development or testing, but nobody wants to be the first to say to a customer, "Your account is on a
Resources

Cisco Development Threatens Coyote Valleyhttp://www.sierraclub.org/chapters/lomaprieta/CiscoThreatensCoyote0899.html

Embedded Linux Journalhttp://embedded.linuxjournal.com/

Free Standards Grouphttp://www.freestandards.org/

ImageStreamhttp://www.imagestream-is.com

openadaptorhttp://www.openadaptor.org/

SourceForge OnSitehttp://www.valinux.com/services/sfos.html

Don Marti is the technical editor of Linux Journal.

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