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The Linux Cost Controversy
A recent study found that Linux-based networks require companies to spend more on staffing to keep networks trouble-free. The only bright spot, according to the article, is that it's less expensive to maintain Web servers running Linux due to the Apache Web server. A recent study indicates that Linux-based networks require enterprises to spend more on staffing to keep networks trouble-free.