The State of Linux: Substantial Growth in Asia-Pacific

Mark Rais, senior editor reallylinux.com has posted new article about The State of Linux in India and rest of Asia pacific.

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FTA “…Nearly every day we read about another major migration, adoption, or engagement of Linux in Asia-Pacific — and with good reason. After visiting the region, I find that most of the leading I.T. nations in Asia-Pacific are experiencing substantive Linux growth. I saw definitive signs of strong growth in the leading I.T. nations including: Australia, China, India, and New Zealand…“. Read the complete article online

Indeed demand for Linux professional is very high. When I started this tiny site I was alone today we have 4 contributing members. Half the traffic to our site comes from India and Asia.

Another reason is the cost of Microsoft operating system. Many IT companies/ Banks/ Government/ Public and private sectors prefer to use Legal software with Linux you do not have to pay much for software.

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