The IT headlines this week were dominated by both security and Linux, as LinuxWorld took place in Boston and RSA Conference had it's annual occurrence in San Francisco.
But yesterday the two events came together when two academics put Windows and Linux head to head in a security test. Microsoft Server 2003 kicks some Red Hat Linux 3 butt.
Next the spin doctors come in and start validating/battering the research methodology and accusing the researchers of being partial. But until the next study comes to claim something else, this one stands.
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