>I can tell you that in general, companies in Europe appears to be more
>open to open-source solutions much more than ones in the US. Of course,
>Europe is comprised of lots of different countries, and each country has
>lots of different companies, so your mileage may vary.
In The Netherlands many people believe M$ creates great products.. I
stopped fighting, upgrading and patching NT pays the rent :-)
One of the reasons open source might be considered an alternative is the
fact that M$ products cost $$$$
In Europe M$ products are more expensive then in the US.
I talked with one of my customers about using Linux instead of Novell or
NT.. he said Linux is to big to be used in a small company.. I don't
understand him and I even stopped trying to understand.
Just my 0,02
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