IBM Ramps Up SMBs Linux Incentives
In its drive to migrate Windows users to Linux, company doubles to $10,000 the incentives for its partners that help small and midsize businesses implement Linux solutions.IBM continues to ramp up its efforts to bring Linux to SMBs and to migrate Windows users to Linux. The company last week doubled to $10,000 the incentives for its partners that help small and midsize businesses implement Linux solutions.
IBM officials said such efforts ease implementations and lower startup costs. "Half of all Linux deployments are going into small and medium businesses," said Scott Handy, vice president of Linux strategy and market development for IBM. "An insurmountable trend shows that Linux is inevitable in the SMB space."