Seeking Alpha: Microsoft's Triple Play for 2008

The traditional press and some trade press hacks think open source databases and applications are written exclusively for Linux. In many cases, that’s not true. One prime example: SugarCRM, the open source CRM system, is wildly popular on Windows servers. And you can safely assume, I hear, that SugarCRM and other open source application developers will firmly embrace Windows Server 2008 (formerly code-named Longhorn) as a new platform opportunity.

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