As part of its “Get The Facts” campaign, Microsoft has argued for years that Linux is more expensive to manage than Windows. A new study out this week from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), sponsored by the Linux backers OSDL and Levanta, asserts that Linux is now in fact cheaper to manage than Windows.
Eighty-eight percent of survey respondents reported that they spend less effort managing Linux than Windows.
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