PC World: "Now is a particularly good time to ditch Windows for good, for workstations as well as servers. For instance, now that Microsoft stopped supporting Windows Server 2003 on July 13, you'll need to find something different to use for your servers."
Serverwatch: "The Apache HTTP Web Server is the most widely deployed Web server on the Internet today, which means that vulnerabilities in the open source server can have a devastating impact. That also makes security updates like the new 2.2.15 release critical, since it addresses several security vulnerabilities in Apache's flagship HTTP Web server."
Linux Critic: "I'm an IT guy in what is still largely a Windows world. I've been managing Windows workstations and servers for a living since 1996 or so, and I've always been left shaking my head, wondering how, exactly, Windows is considered �enterprise ready�..."
ServerWatch: "The Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP software of the popular LAMP stack used by Web servers that the SM10000 is optimized around, will run unmodified on the SM10000, no recompile needed. 'We are a LAMP stack crushing machine,' boasted Feldman."