Virus attacks prompt Linux switch

Friday, 10 December 2004, 8:02 AM EST

Faced with a growing number of viruses hitting his network, small businessman Ralph Piche decided to switch to a Linux-based operating system for his desktop, rather than upgrade to the latest Windows offering.

By doing so, the president of Webcrew.ca joined a growing number of users looking to a Linux-based platform as an alternative to the Microsoft gorilla.

By Ottawa Business Journal Staff.

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