Special report: Can Windows and Linux peacefully coexist?

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It is clear to most, including Microsoft, that Linux is not a flash-in-the-pan technology. The real question now is where IT organizations will ultimately take the popular open source operating system, and whether there's room for both Linux and Windows to live under the same roof.

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